Tag Archives: Marcus Tullius Cicero

First Principles: What Is Morally Wrong Can Never Be Advantageous, Even When It Enables You To Make Some Gain You Believe To Be To Your Advantage

“What is morally wrong can never be advantageous, even when it enables you to make some gain that you believe to be to your advantage. The mere act of believing that some wrongful course of action constitutes an advantage is … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The More Laws, the Less Justice

“The more laws, the less justice.” – Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 BC)

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Thought For the Day: Do Not Hold the Delusion That Your Advancement Is Accomplished By Crushing Others

 “Do not hold the delusion that your advancement is accomplished by crushing others.” – Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 BC)

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Thought For the Day: We Are Obliged To Respect, Defend and Maintain the Common Bonds of Union and Fellowship That Exist Among All Members of the Human Race

“We are obliged to respect, defend and maintain the common bonds of union and fellowship that exist among all members of the human race.” – Marcus Tullius Cicero

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First Principles: A Bureaucrat Is the Most Despicable Person – Often Petty, Dull and Not To Be Trusted

 “A bureaucrat is the most despicable of men, though he is needed as vultures are needed, but one hardly admires vultures whom bureaucrats so strangely resemble. I have yet to meet a bureaucrat who was not petty, dull, almost witless, … Continue reading

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