131 Short Philosophical Thoughts

More than 130 Philosophical thoughts Of Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, Saint Thomas Aquinas, Pythagoras and many more philosophers.

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1-Know thyself to improve thyself.-Auguste Comte.

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2-Ideas rule over the world, or throw it into chaos.-Auguste Comte.


3-As the soul, which is air, preserves us in life, breath and air envelop and maintain the world.-Anaximenes.


4-All things originated by the degree of consideration or thinning of the air, because of the cold and the heat.-Anaximenes.


5-The more alternatives, the more difficult the choice.-Anaximenes.


6-The sage does not say everything he thinks, but he always thinks everything he says.-Aristotle.


7-The ignorant affirms, the wise doubt and reflects.-Aristotle.


8-The true disciple is the one who surpasses the master.-Aristotle.


9-Friendship is a soul that dwells in two bodies; A heart that dwells in two souls.-Aristotle.


10-The most powerful man is the one who is totally master of himself.-Aristotle.


11-The only real life is the collective life of the race; The individual life has no existence except as an abstraction.-Auguste Comte.

12-To understand a science it is necessary to know its history.-Auguste Comte.

13-The dead rule the living.-Auguste Comte.

14-Human glory is nothing but a great rumble of wind in the ears.-Boethius.

15-In any adversity of fortune, the greatest unhappiness is to have been happy.-Boethius.

16-To be really great, one has to be with people, not over them.-Charles de Montesquieu.

17-Freedom is the right to do what the law allows.-Charles de Montesquieu.

18-The less man thinks, the more he speaks.-Charles de Montesquieu.

19-An empire founded on war must be maintained by itself with war.-Charles de Montesquieu.

20. There is no tyranny more cruel than that which is perpetuated under the shield of the law and in the name of justice.-Charles de Montesquieu.

21. The rules of morality are not the conclusion of our reason.-David Hume.

22-The beauty of things exists in the mind that contemplates them.-David Hume.

23-Hating, loving, thinking, feeling, seeing; They are nothing more than perceiving.-David Hume.

24-Reason is not the guide of life, but custom.-David Hume.

25-He is happy is that whose circumstances suit his temperament; But it is more excellent that he adjusts his temperament to any circumstance.-David Hume.

26-Nothing exists except atoms and empty space; Everything else is opinion.-Democritus.

27-Happiness resides not in possessions or gold, happiness resides in the soul.-Democritus.

28-There are men who work as if they were to live eternally.-Democritus.

29-Who proceeds unjustly is more unfortunate than the victim of his injustice.-Democritus.

30-The friendship of a wise man is better than that of all fools.-Democritus.

31-The little that I have learned is worthless compared to what I do not know and not the despair of learning.-Democritus.

32-Two things contribute to progress: to go faster than the others or to go in the right way.-Descartes.

33-It is not enough to have good wit; The main thing is to apply it well.-Descartes.

34-I would give everything I know, half of what I do not know.-Descartes.

35-I would give everything I know, half of what I do not know.-Descartes.

36-To live without philosophizing is, properly, to keep our eyes closed, without trying to open them ever.-Descartes.

37-It is impossible for anything to become what it is not at all. -Empedocles.

38-There is no mixing and separation of what has been mixed.-Empedocles.

39-The monkeys are too good for man to descend from them.-Friedrich Nietzsche.

40-The destiny of men is made of happy moments, all life has them, but not of happy times.-Friedrich Nietzsche.

41-Hope is the worst of evils, because it prolongs the torment of man.-Friedrich Nietzsche.

42-The maturity of man is to have found again the seriousness with which he played when he was a child.-Friedrich Nietzsche.

43-Only the one who builds the future has the right to judge the past.-Friedrich Nietzsche.

44-Measure what can be measured; And what not, make it measurable.- Galileo Galilei .

"I've never met anyone so ignorant of whom I could not learn anything."Galileo Galilei.

46. ​​Mathematics is the alphabet with which God has written the universe.-Galileo Galilei.

"You can not teach a man anything; It can only be helped to discover it in its interior.-Galileo Galilei.

48-To know oneself is the greatest knowledge.-Galileo Galilei.

49-Nothing great in the world has ever been achieved without passion.-Hegel.

50-Being independent of public opinion is the first formal condition to achieve something great.-Hegel.

51-Whoever desires nothing really wants nothing, and can do nothing. -Hegel.

52. Everything rational is real; And everything real is rational.-Hegel.

53-The drama is not choosing between good and evil, but between good and good.-Hegel.

54-The sun is new every day.-Heraclitus.

55-There is nothing permanent except change.-Heraclitus.

56-Great results require great ambitions.-Heraclitus.

57-Our envy always lasts longer than the happiness of those we envy.-Heraclitus.

58. Character is destiny.-Heraclitus.

"You can not enter the river twice.""Heraclitus.

60-Science is organized knowledge. Wisdom is organized life.-Immanuel Kant.

61-Two things astonish me more, the starry sky above me and the moral law within me.-Immanuel Kant.

62. Experience without theory is blind, but theory without experience is mere intellectual play.-Immanuel Kant.

63-Live your life as if all your acts were to become a universal law.-Immanuel Kant.

64. Happiness is not an ideal of reason, but of the imagination.-Immanuel Kant.

65-Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.-Jean-Jacques Rousseau.

66-Man is born free and everywhere is chained.-Jean-Jacques Rousseau.

No man has a natural authority over his fellow men.-Jean-Jacques Rousseau.

68-The person who has lived the most is not the one who is older, but the one who has the richest experiences.-Jean-Jacques Rousseau.

"It may not be the best, but at least I'm different."Jean-Jacques Rousseau.

"I have always thought that man's actions are the best interpreters of his thoughts."-John Locke.

"What you care about controls you."-John Locke.

72-We are like chameleons, we take the tone and color of our moral character from those around us.-John Locke.

73-The government has no other purpose than the preservation of property.-John Locke.

74-The knowledge of no man here can go beyond his experience.-John Locke.

75-Reason has always existed, but not always in a reasonable way.-Karl Marx.

76-The dispossessed have a world to win.-Karl Marx.

77-The devaluation of the human world grows in direct reason of the valorization of the world of things.-Karl Marx.

78-The worker has more need of respect than bread. -Karl Marx.

79-The motor of history is the class struggle.-Kar Marx.

80-To know that we know what we know and know that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowledge.-Nicolas Copernicus.

81-As I am not so in love with my own opinions, I do not care what others think of them.-Nicolas Copernicus.

82-As seated on a royal throne, the Sun governs the family of planets revolving around him.-Nicolaus Copernicus.

83. The sky of the fixed stars is the highest of all that is visible.-Nicolas Copernicus.

84. In the first place, we must know that the universe is spherical.-Nicolaus Copernicus.

85-Evil is done all together and good is administered a little.- Nicolás Machiavelli .

86-Men offend before the one they love than the one they fear.-Nicolas Machiavelli.

87-Nothing great was ever achieved without danger.-Nicolás Machiavelli.

88. It is better to be feared than loved, if you can not be both.-Nicolás Machiavelli.

89. If an injury has to be done to a man, it should be so severe that his revenge need not be feared.-Nicolás Machiavelli.

90-Everything there is has always existed. Nothing can come out of nowhere. And something that exists, can not be converted into anything.-Parmenides.

91-The same remains in the same, and rests in itself.-Parmenides.

"The same is thinking and being.-Parmenides.

93. War is the art of destroying men, politics is the art of deceiving them.-Parmenides.

94. First of all, respect yourselves.-Pythagoras.

95. Educate the children and it will not be necessary to punish the men.-Pythagoras.

Do not be afraid to die. Death is nothing more than a stop.-Pythagoras.

97-Measure your desires, ponder your opinions, count your words.-Pythagoras.

98-Music is for the soul what gymnastics for the body.-Plato.

99-The wise man will always want to be with whoever is better than him.-Plato.

100-Looking for the good of our fellow men, we find ours.-Plato.

101-Poverty does not come by the diminution of wealth, but by the multiplication of desires.-Plato.

"There is no such cowardly man whom love does not make brave and transform into a hero."- Plato.

103-The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.-St. Augustine.

104-Faith is believing in what you do not see; The reward of this faith is to see what you believe.-St. Augustine.

105-Love is the beauty of the soul.-St. Augustine.

106-Patience is the companion of wisdom.-St. Augustine.

107-If you want to know a person, do not ask him what he thinks, but what he loves.-St. Augustine.

108-Faith refers to things that are not seen, and hope, to things that are not within reach.-St. Thomas Aquinas.

109-Those beings endowed with intelligence desire to exist always and a natural desire can not exist in vain.-St. Thomas Aquinas.

110-Justice without mercy is cruelty.-St. Thomas Aquinas.

111-Treat others as you wish others to treat you.-St. Thomas Aquinas.

112-There is only one good: knowledge. There is only one evil: ignorance.-Socrates.

113. The notions of good and evil are innate in the human soul.-Socrates.

114-To disembark on the island of wisdom you must navigate in an ocean of afflictions.-Socrates.

115-Only the knowledge that makes us better is useful.-Socrates.

"True wisdom lies in recognizing one's own ignorance.""Socrates.

117-The happiness of the body is founded on health; The one of the understanding, in the knowledge.-Thales.

Many words never indicate wisdom. Thales.

-The most difficult thing in life is to know yourself.-Thales.

120-The supreme pleasure is to obtain what he longs for.-Thales.

121-Hope is the only good common to all men; Those who have lost everything still possess it.-Thales.

122-Experience has shown us that the person is no more difficult to master than his language.-Spinoza.

"If you do not want to repeat the past, study it."Spinoza.

"I do not regret anything. He who repents of what he has done is doubly unhappy.-Spinoza.

125-The most important activity that a human being can achieve is to learn to understand, because to understand is to be free.-Spinoza.

"If honor were profitable, then everyone would be honored.-Thomas More.

An absolutely new idea is one of the strangest things man knows.-Thomas More.

"I would defend the law, if only to protect myself."Thomas More.

God gave us the gift of life; It is up to us to give ourselves the gift of living well.- Voltaire .

130-Faith is to believe when you believe is beyond the power of reason.-Voltaire.

131-Common sense is not so common.-Voltaire.

"Only he who knows how to limit his desires is immensely rich.""Voltaire.

133-Azar is an empty word of meaning. Nothing can exist without cause.-Voltaire.

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