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|The wisest man is generally he who thinks himself the least so. — Boileau. The |
wisdom of one generation will be folly in the next. — Priestley. Who then is free?
The wise man who can govern himself. — Horace. It is easier to be wise for
|Cicero. Quis nam igitur liber? Sapiens qui sibi impeiiosus. Who then is free? The |
wise man who can govern himself. d. Horace. Sapere aude. Dare to be wise. e.
Horace. Victrix fortune sapientia. Wisdom is the conqueror of fortune. J. Juvenal.
|Quis nam igitur liber? -Sapiens qui sibi Imperiosus. Who then is free? The wise |
man who can govern himself. ci. HOBACE. Sapere aude. Dare to be wise. e.
HORACE. Victrix fortnnœ sapientia. Wisdom is the conqueror of fortune. /.
|What I call self-mastery means that my nature and life abide where they are |
secure. ~ Book of the Huainan Masters, 2nd C. BCE ~ Who, then, is free? The
wise man who can govern himself. ~ Horace, 65-8 BCE ~ No man is free who is
|Horace Who then is free? The wise man who can govern himself. - Horace He |
gains everyone's approval who mixes the pleasant with the useful. - Horace Help
a man against his will and you do the same as murder him. - Horace Nothing is ...
|Horace Who then is free? The wise man who can govern himself. - Horace |
Freedom begins as we become conscious of it. - Howard, Vernon We clearly
realize that freedom's inner kingdom cannot be touched by exterior attacks. -
|There was a philosopher of ancient Rome, Horace (no doubt you've heard of him|
), who wrote: 'Who, then is free? The wise man who can govern himself.' Now
that's philosophy all over!” “More to the point, he said: Hic murus aeneus esto, ...
|Chapter 11 NEUROPOLITICS Who then is free? The wise man who can govern |
himself. Your own safety is at stake when your neighbor's house is in flames. One
wanders to the left, another to the right. Both are equally in error, but are ...
|2 Some people are more nice than wise. Cowper — Mutual ... 9 Man thinks |
Brutes have no wisdom, since they know not his: Can we divine their world?
George Eliot — The ... Who then is free? The wise man who cam govern himself.
|Perhaps we may add to this routine Shaw's dictum that "Men are wise in |
proportion not to their experience but to their capacity for ... Horace, in one of his
satires, asked "Who then is free?" and answered "The wise man who can govern