(444-365 B.C), Greek philosopher
We must not contradict, but instruct him that conradicts us; for a madman is not cured by another running mad also.
A wise man will always be contented with his condition, and will live rather according to the precepts of virtue, than according to the customs of his country.
Observe your enemies, for they first find out your faults.
Observe your enemies for they first find out your faults.
It is better to fall among crows than flatterers; for those devour only the dead—these the living.
That learning is most requisite which unlearns evil.