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Philosophy

Remembering past pain without caring namely brings joy.



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Society

The
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
is a madhouse.



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Love

A letter does not blush.



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Happiness

If you have a garden in a library, you will not be missing anything.



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Philosophy

Work is pleasant when it is done.



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Philosophy

Foods spice is the hunger, thirst the drinks, so I hear Socrates say.



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Philosophy

The beginnings of all
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
are in fact small.



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Love

Every living
beingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
loves itself.



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Sexuality

Even the debauchers ... say, that initially only pleasure is sought, then, through habit, a second
natureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
is created.



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Philosophy

But because I have said a moment ago, our ancestors should serve us as a model, so be regarded as the first exception, that one should not imitate their mistakes.



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Philosophy

All mine I carry with me.



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Arts

Honour promotes the arts.



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Character

All crimes and wrongdoings arise from greed.



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Spirituality

The face is an image of the soul.



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Society

The fatherland is where it is
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
.



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Friendship

So that's not
friendshipDefinition of friend: Someone to which you have a relationship based on mutual affection. It is characterized by trust and familiarity.
, that if one does not want to hear the
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
, the other is ready to lie.



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Philosophy

The highest justice [is also] the highest injustice.



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Society

We only obey the law in order to be
freeDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
.



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Philosophy

The sleep, take as the image of death.



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Politics

The soil of the fatherland be dear to all.



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Philosophy

ManDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
believes, that nothing
humanDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
be strange to him.



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Politics

The state ... is matter of the
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
; but the people is not any arbitrarily thrown together conglomeration of
menDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
, but the incorporation of a larger number, becoming a society by a unified legal order and a common national
objectiveDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
.



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Philosophy

Knowing the causes brings about the realization of the results.



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Money

PeopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
do not realize how large a revenue frugality is.



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Philosophy

The
natureDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
is the
bestDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
guide of
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
.



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Politics

The arms should give way to the toga, the laurel to
politicalDefinition of politics: Politics is the determination of the way of living together in a community by enforced guidelines or instructions.
reputation.



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Philosophy

Future does not come suddenly, but is just the repetition of what has already happened.



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Philosophy

The true medicine of the
spiritDefinition of spirit: The essence of the non-physical nature of life. Also: the sophisticated, refined expression of life.
is philosophy.



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Friendship

Those who remove
friendshipDefinition of friend: Someone to which you have a relationship based on mutual affection. It is characterized by trust and familiarity.
from their
livesDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
, actually seem to remove the sun from the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
.



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Philosophy

Glory be the reward of virtue.



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Philosophy

A room without books is like a body without a soul.



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Friendship

You recognize a certain
friendDefinition of friend: Someone to which you have a relationship based on mutual affection. It is characterized by trust and familiarity.
in a uncertain situation.



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Spirituality

It is
betterDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
to suffer injustice than to commit it.



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Philosophy

Laziness is fear of upcoming work.



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Happiness

Fortuna is blind.



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Philosophy

FreeDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
are our
thoughtsDefinition of mind: The ability to think, so instead of just concrete objects, to spiritually consider abstract principles.
.



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Friendship

Happiness becomes more radiant through
friendshipDefinition of friend: Someone to which you have a relationship based on mutual affection. It is characterized by trust and familiarity.
.



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Philosophy

Big is the power of habit.



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Money

Maximum parsimony, maximum diligence.



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Military

I relentlessly urge for peace; it is, even an unfair one,
betterDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
than the most just war.



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Philosophy

In our processes, at least in criminal cases, the defence usually consists of denial.



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Character

By
beingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
silent, they are shouting.



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Philosophy

Every
humanDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
makes mistakes, but only fools persist in error.



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Character

Each to their own.



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Philosophy

No debt is more urgent than that of expression of thanks.



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Money

Nothing is so
wellDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
protected that it can not be conquered with money.



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Philosophy

Doing nothing and
beingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
completely idle is pleasant.



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Philosophy

Oh, [what]
timesDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
! Oh, [what] customs!



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Arts

Often I have heard - they say that it was left by Democritus and Plato in their writings - not one
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
poet could
liveDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
without his
passionDefinition of passion: A focus on something or someone, that captures mind and spirit in its entirety, and can take on fanatical forms.
beingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
inflamed and without some touch of madness.



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Character

Often, a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
himself is his greatest
enemyDefinition of enemy: An adversary. In contrast to the opponent, who is an adversary in the case of sporty, playful, or legal issues, an enemy is linked to a (also physical) mutual threat.
.



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Philosophy

Often, also beneath dirty clothes there is wisdom.



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Friendship

Without
friendshipDefinition of friend: Someone to which you have a relationship based on mutual affection. It is characterized by trust and familiarity.
,
lifeDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
is nothing.



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Society

Bad examples do more harm than sins.



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Character

Because quickly the tear dries, especially with foreign disaster.



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Philosophy

Games and a diversion may be enjoyed, but as it is with sleep and other recreations, when we have done enough significant and serious
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
.



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Military

Under arms, the laws remain silent.



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Friendship

Kin can be imagined without benevolence, but
friendshipDefinition of friend: Someone to which you have a relationship based on mutual affection. It is characterized by trust and familiarity.
not.



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Freedom

Of all branches that serve for the acquisition of any profit, nothing is
betterDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
than farming, nothing more profitable, nothing more pleasant, nothing more worthy of a
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
, of a
freeDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
.



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Politics

What concerns all, must be discussed by all.



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Politics

What else does this mean, than that the
enemyDefinition of enemy: An adversary. In contrast to the opponent, who is an adversary in the case of sporty, playful, or legal issues, an enemy is linked to a (also physical) mutual threat.
is served with weapons for civil war, first, the vitality of the war, unlimited amounts of money, as he needs, second cavalry, as much as he may desire?



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Philosophy

Don't do what is done!



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Philosophy

What be
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
, cheap, happy and blessed!



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Philosophy

The
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
that misbelief can do!



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Philosophy

Neither do we ask for shameful
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
yet they do when we are
beingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
asked.



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Politics

If the law has to be broken, then only in order to seize power, otherwise it is to be kept holy.



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Society

If an exception causes a
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
to be not allowed, it must necessarily, if no such exception
existsDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
, be allowed.



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Freedom

If it is allowed, I am pleased with the recovery of
freedomDefinition of freedom: The possibility of a person to decide, unaffected from outside, within the limits of one's own possibilities and respect for the rights of others.
. If not, what has this change of the master given me, except the joy, when I had the just the end of a tyrant in before my eyes?



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Friendship

Who sees a true
friendDefinition of friend: Someone to which you have a relationship based on mutual affection. It is characterized by trust and familiarity.
, in some way sees the image of himself.



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Politics

How long, Catilina, will you keep trying our patience?



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Politics

Like our body without
spiritDefinition of spirit: The essence of the non-physical nature of life. Also: the sophisticated, refined expression of life.
, so is a state without law.



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