The young are permanently in a state resembling intoxication.

-Aristotle
Aristotle

Virtue makes us aim at the right end, and practical wisdom makes us take the right means.

Aristotle
He who takes his fill of every pleasure ... becomes depraved; while he who avoids all pleasures alike ... becomes insensible.
Aristotle

Hippodamus, son of Euryphon, a native of Miletus, invented the art of planning and laid out the street plan of Piraeus.

Aristotle
Bad men are full of repentance.
Aristotle

Women should marry when they are about eighteen years of age, and men at seven and thirty; then they are in the prime of life, and the decline in the powers of both will coincide.

Aristotle
Laws, when good, should be supreme; and that the magistrate or magistrates should regulate those matters only on which the laws are unable to speak with precision owing to the difficulty of any general principle embracing all particulars.
Aristotle

For imagining lies within our power whenever we wish . . . but in forming opinons we are not free . . .

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Probable impossibilities are to be preferred to improbable possibilities. Arist
Aristotle

The wise man knows of all things, as far as possible, although he has no knowledge of each of them in detail

Aristotle
We have divided the Virtues of the Soul into two groups, the Virtues of the Character and the Virtues of the Intellect.