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CICERO (MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO) (OFTEN CALLED "TULLY" FOR SHORT)
Roman philosopher, statesman and orator
(106 BC - 43 BC)
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The whole life of a philosopher is the meditation of his death.
      - [Death]

The whole of virtue consists in its practice.
      - [Virtue]

The wise are instructed by reason, ordinary minds by experience; the stupid by necessity; and brutes by instinct.
      - [Instruction]

The world has not yet learned the riches of frugality.
      - [Frugality]

Their silence cries aloud.
      - [Proverbs]

There are more men ennobled by study than by nature.
      - [Study]

There is a certain virtue in every good man, which night and day stirs up the mind with the stimulus of glory, and reminds it that all mention of our name will not cease at the same time with our lives, but that our fame will endure to all posterity.
      - [Praise]

There is no moment without some duty.
      - [Duty]

There is no mortal whom pain and disease do not reach.
      - [Pain]

There is not a moment without some duty.
      - [Moments]

There is nothing so absurd as not to have been said by a philosopher.
  [Lat., Nihil tam absurdum, quod non dictum sit ab aliquo philosophorum.]
      - [Absurdity : Philosophy]

There is nothing so charming as the knowledge of literature; of that branch of literature, I mean, which enables us to discover the infinity of things, the immensity of Nature, the heavens, the earth, and the seas; this is that branch which has taught us religion, moderation, magnanimity, and that has rescued the soul from obscurity; to make her see all things above and below, first and last, and between both; it is this that furnishes us wherewith to live well and happily, and guides us to pass our lives without displeasure and without offence.
      - [Knowledge]

There is sufficient reward in the mere consciousness of a good action.
      - [Proverbs]

There is, I know not how, in the minds of men, a certain presage, as it were, of a future existence; and this takes the deepest root, and is most discoverable, in the greatest geniuses and most exalted souls.
      - [Eternity : Future]

They condemn that which they cannot comprehend.
      - [Proverbs]

They who dare to ask anything of a friend, by their very request seem to imply that they would do anything for the sake of that friend.
      - [Friends]

This is the part of a great man, after he has maturely weighed all circumstances, to punish the guilty, to spare the many, and in every state of fortune not to depart from an upright, virtuous conduct.
      - [Greatness]

This, therefore, is a law not found in books, but written on the fleshly tablets of the heart, which we have not learned from man, received or read, but which we have caught up from Nature herself, sucked in and imbibed; the knowledge of which we were not taught, but for which we were made; we received it not by education, but by intuition.
      - [Intuition]

Though laughter is allowable, a horse-laugh is abominable.
      - [Laughter]

Thus in the beginning the world was so made that certain signs come before certain events.
      - [Symbols]

Time destroys the speculations of man, but it confirms the judgment of nature.
      - [Time]

Time is the herald of truth.
      - [Time]

Time puts an end to speculation in opinions, and confirms the laws of nature.
      - [Proverbs]

To be content with what we possess is the greatest and most secure of riches.
      - [Contentment]

To be endowed with strength by nature, to be actuated by the powers of the mind, and to have a certain spirit almost divine infused into you.
      - [Genius]


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