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Jean-Jacques Rousseau Quotes: Those people who treat politics and morality separately will never understand either of them.
         

Those people who treat politics and morality separately will never understand either of them.


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People in their natural state are basically good. But this natural innocence,however, is corrupted by the evils of society.

People in their natural state are basically good. But this natural innocence,however, is corrupted by the evils of society.



I prefer liberty with danger than peace with slavery.

I prefer liberty with danger than peace with slavery.



There are always four sides to a story: your side, their side, the truth and what really happened.

There are always four sides to a story: your side, their side, the truth and what really happened.



Freedom is the power to choose our own chains

Freedom is the power to choose our own chains



The freedom of Mankind does not lie in the fact that can do what we want, but that we do not have to do that which we do not want.

The freedom of Mankind does not lie in the fact that can do what we want, but that we do not have to do that which we do not want.



People who know little are usually great talkers, while men who know much say little.

People who know little are usually great talkers, while men who know much say little.



Why should we build our happiness on the opinons of others, when we can find it in our own hearts?

Why should we build our happiness on the opinons of others, when we can find it in our own hearts?



I am not made like any of those I have seen. I venture to believe that I am not made like any of those who are in existence. If I am not better, at least I am different.

I am not made like any of those I have seen. I venture to believe that I am not made like any of those who are in existence. If I am not better, at least I am different.



No one is happy unless he respects himself.

No one is happy unless he respects himself.



The person who has lived the most is not the one with the most years but the one with the richest experiences.

The person who has lived the most is not the one with the most years but the one with the richest experiences.





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If we did not look to marriage as the principal source of happiness, fewer marriages would end in tears.

If we did not look to marriage as the principal source of happiness, fewer marriages would end in tears.



Most Englishmen are convinced that God is an Englishman, probably educated at Eton.

Most Englishmen are convinced that God is an Englishman, probably educated at Eton.



Meditation is a half-way house between thinking and contemplating.

Meditation is a half-way house between thinking and contemplating.



The little things? The little moments? They aren't little.

The little things? The little moments? They aren't little.



I love Goodfellows and I love Nick Palleggi, but no, it's The Godfather, 1 and 2.

I love Goodfellows and I love Nick Palleggi, but no, it's The Godfather, 1 and 2.



Be glad today. Tomorrow may bring tears. Be brave today. The darkest night will pass.

Be glad today. Tomorrow may bring tears. Be brave today. The darkest night will pass.



To be happy, make other people happy.

To be happy, make other people happy.



What answer to the meaning of existence should one require beyond the right to exercise one's gifts?

What answer to the meaning of existence should one require beyond the right to exercise one's gifts?




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