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Who reasons wisely is not therefore wise;
His pride in reasoning, not in acting lies.

Who reasons wisely is not therefore wise;
His pride in reasoning, not in acting lies.

by Alexander Pope Found in: Reason Quotes,
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This is our chief bane, that we live not according to the light
of reason, but after the fashion read more

This is our chief bane, that we live not according to the light
of reason, but after the fashion of others.
[Lat., Id nobis maxime nocet, quod non ad rationis lumen sed ad
similitudinem aliorum vivimus.]

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If we would guide by the light of reason we must let our minds be bold.

If we would guide by the light of reason we must let our minds be bold.

by Louis Brandeis Found in: Reason Quotes,
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Reasons are not like garments, the worse for wearing.
- Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex,

Reasons are not like garments, the worse for wearing.
- Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex,

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Reason can in general do more than blind force.

Reason can in general do more than blind force.

by Gallus Found in: Reason Quotes,
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If we knew what we were doing, it wouldn't be could reserach, now would it?

If we knew what we were doing, it wouldn't be could reserach, now would it?

by Albert Einstein Found in: Reason Quotes,
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Anger is never without a reason, but seldom with a good one

Anger is never without a reason, but seldom with a good one

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Reason is the mistress and queen of all things.
[Lat., Domina omnium et regina ratio.]

Reason is the mistress and queen of all things.
[Lat., Domina omnium et regina ratio.]

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For comic writers charge Socrates with making the worse appear
the better reason.
[Lat., Nam et Socrati objiciunt read more

For comic writers charge Socrates with making the worse appear
the better reason.
[Lat., Nam et Socrati objiciunt comici, docere eum quomodo
pejorem causam meliorem faciat.]

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