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Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “This is the course of every evil deed, that, propagating still it brings forth evil.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “But oh! each visitation Suspends what nature gave me any my birth, My shaping spirit of Imagination.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “You do not believe, you only believe that you believe.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “A man’s as old as he’s feeling. A woman as old as she looks.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Exclusively of the abstract sciences, the largest and worthiest portion of our knowledge consists of aphorisms: and the greatest and best of men is but an aphorism.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “When a man mistakes his thoughts for persons and things, this is madness.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “To all new truths, or renovation of old truths, it must be as in the ark between the destroyed and the about-to-be renovated world. The raven must be sent out before the dove, and ominous controversy must precede peace and the olive wreath.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “A man of maxims only is like a Cyclops with one eye, and that in the back of his head.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “When a man is unhappy he writes damned bad poetry, I find.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Clergymen who publish pious frauds in the interest of the church are the orthodox liars of God.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Tranquillity! thou better name Than all the family of Fame.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The happiness of life is made up of minute fractions.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Little is taught by contest or dispute, everything by sympathy and love.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Pedantry consists in the use of words unsuitable to the time, place, and company.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “As there is much beast and some devil in man, so is there some angel and some God in him. The beast and the devil may be conquered, but in this life never destroyed.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Perhaps ’tis pretty to force together Thoughts so all unlike each other; To mutter and mock a broken charm, To dally with wrong that does no harm.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The love of indolence is universal, or next to it.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Show me one couple unhappy merely on account of their limited circumstances, and I will show you ten who are wretched from other causes.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “How like herrings and onions our vices are in the morning after we have committed them.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “I believe that obstinacy, or the dread of control and discipline, arises not so much from self-willedness as from a conscious defect of voluntary power; as foolhardiness is not seldom the disguise of conscious timidity.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “I must lay down the law as I understand it, and as I read it in books of authority.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “There are three classes into which all the women past seventy that ever I knew were to be divided: 1. That dear old soul; 2. That old woman; 3. That old witch.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “All powerful souls have kindred with each other.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “A Falsehood is, in one sense, a dead thing; but too often it moves about, galvanized by self-will, and pushes the living out of their seats.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “A poet ought not to pick nature’s pocket. Let him borrow, and so borrow as to repay by the very act of borrowing. Examine nature accurately, but write from recollection, and trust more to the imagination than the memory.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “People of humor are always in some degree people of genius.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “A maxim is a conclusion upon observation of matters of fact, and is merely speculative; a “principle” carries knowledge within itself, and is prospective.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Men of humor are always in some degree men of genius; wits are rarely so, although a man of genius may, amongst other gifts, possess wit, as Shakespeare.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “In your intercourse with sects, the sublime and abstruse doctrines of Christian belief belong to the Church; but the faith of the individual, centred in his heart, is, or may be, collateral to them. Faith is subjective.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Conscience is the pulse of reason.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Death but supplies the oil for the inextinguishable lamp of life.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “A nation to be great ought to be compressed in its increment by nations more civilized than itself.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The necessity for external government to man is in an inverse ratio to the vigor of his self-government. Where the last is most complete, the first is least wanted. Hence, the more virtue the more liberty.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Metaphysics, – the science which determines what can and what cannot be known of being and the laws of being.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Genius must have talent as its complement and implement, just as in like manner imagination must have fancy. In short, the higher intellectual powers can only act through a corresponding energy of the lower.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “I dislike the frequent use of the word virtue, instead of righteousness, in the pulpit; in prayer or preaching before a Christian community, it sounds too much like pagan philosophy.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Party men always hate a slightly differing friend more than a downright enemy.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Heart-chilling superstition! thou canst glaze even Pity’s eye with her own frozen tear.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “As it must not, so genius cannot be lawless; for it is even that constitutes its genius – the power of acting creatively under laws of its own origination.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Often do the spirits stride on before the event; and in today already walks tomorrow.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The words in prose ought to express the intended meaning, and no more; if they attract attention to themselves, it is, in general, a fault.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Call not that man wretched, who whatever else he suffers as to pain inflicted, or pleasure denied, has a child for whom he hopes and on whom he doats.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “As a man without forethought scarcely deserves the name of a man, so forethought without reflection is but a metaphorical phrase for the instinct of a beast.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “How inimitably graceful children are in general-before they learn to dance.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “About, about, in reel and rout the death fires danced at night.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Bells, the poor man’s only music.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “That passage is what I call the sublime dashed to pieces by cutting too close with the fiery four-in-hand round the corner of nonsense.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “A woman in a single state may be happy and may be miserable; but most happy, most miserable, these are epithets belonging to a wife.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The Earth with its scarred face is the symbol of the Past; the Air and Heaven, of Futurity.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Democracy is the healthful lifeblood which circulates through the veins and arteries, which supports the system, but which ought never to appear externally, and as the mere blood itself.”
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