Top 20 Quotes by Aristotle

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In cases of this sort, let us say adultery, rightness and wrongness do not depend on committing it with the right woman at the right time and in the right manner, but the mere fact of committing such action at all is to do wrong.

Aristotle
Of all the varieties of virtues, liberalism is the most beloved. Aristotl
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All men desire by nature to know.

Aristotle
That body is heavier than another which, in an equal bulk, moves downward quicker.
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1 is not prime, by definition. 2 is an unnatural prime, 4 is an unnatural prime, and 6 is an unnatural prime. All other natural primes cannot be unnatural primes.

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Excellence or virtue in a man will be the disposition which renders him a good man and also which will cause him to perform his function well.
Aristotle

Neither should men study war with a view to the enslavement of those who do not deserve to be enslaved; but first of all they should provide against their own enslavement, and in the second place obtain empire for the good of the governed, and not for the sake of exercising a general despotism, and in the third place they should seek to be masters only over those who deserve to be slaves.

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It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.
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A good character carries with it the highest power of causing a thing to be believed.

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We are what we repeatedly do... excellence, therefore, isn't just an act, but a habit and life isn't just a series of events, but an ongoing process of self-definition.