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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: “A man may devote himself to death and destruction to save a nation; but no nation will devote itself to death and destruction to save mankind.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The genius of Coleridge is like a sunken treasure ship, and Coleridge a diver too timid and lazy to bring its riches to the surface.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The whole faculties of man must be exerted in order to call forth noble energies; and he who is not earnestly sincere lives in but half his being, self-mutilated, self-paralyzed.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Heart-chilling superstition! thou canst glaze even Pity’s eye with her own frozen tear.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Farewell, farewell! but this I tell To thee, thou Wedding-Guest! He prayeth well, who loveth well Both man and bird and beast. He prayeth best, who loveth best All things both great and small; For the dear God who loveth us He made and loveth all. The Mariner, whose eye is bright, Whose beard with age is hoar, Is gone: and now the Wedding-Guest Turned from the bridegroom’s door.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Of no agenor of any religion, or party or profession. The body and substance of his works came out of the unfathomable depths of his own oceanic mind.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Humor is consistent with pathos, whilst wit is not.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “For I often please myself with the fancy, now that I may have saved from oblivion the only striking passage in a whole volume, and now that I may have attracted notice to a writer undeservedly forgotten.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “This is the course of every evil deed, that, propagating still it brings forth evil.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Dryden ’s genius was of that sort which catches fire by its own motion; his chariot wheels get hot by driving fast.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Conscience is the pulse of reason.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Intense study of the Bible will keep any writer from being vulgar, in point of style.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Men, I think, have to be weighed, not counted.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “An undevout poet is an impossibility.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “How did the atheist get his idea of that God whom he denies?”
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: “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: “Whenever philosophy has taken into its plan religion, it has ended in skepticism; and whenever religion excludes philosophy, or the spirit of free inquiry, it leads to willful blindness and superstition.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “We ought not to extract pernicious honey from poison blossoms of misrepresentation and mendacious half-truth, to pamper the course appetite of bigotry and self-love.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Bells, the poor man’s only music.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Farce is nearer tragedy in its essence than comedy is.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “We are now Courts of equity, and must decide the thing according to all the rights.”
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: “Oh worse than everything, is kindness counterfeiting absent love.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “But I do not doubt that it is beneficial sometimes to contemplate in the mind, as in a picture, the image of a grander and better world; for if the mind grows used to the trivia of daily life, it may dwindle too much and decline altogether into worthless thoughts.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Poetry is certainly something more than good sense, but it must be good sense, at all events, just as a palace is more than a house, but it must be a house, at least.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Reviewers are usually people who would have been, poets, historians, biographer, if they could. They have tried their talents at one thing or another and have failed; therefore they turn critic.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Men of genius are rarely much annoyed by the company of vulgar people, because they have a power of looking at such persons as objects of amusement of another race altogether.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “What a scream of agony by torture lengthened out that lute sent forth!”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Party men always hate a slightly differing friend more than a downright enemy.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The rules of prudence, like the laws of the stone tables, are for the most part prohibitive. “Thou shalt not” is their characteristic formula.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Seldom can philosophic genius be more usefully employed than in thus rescuing admitted truths from the neglect caused by the very circumstance of their universal admission.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Genius of the highest kind implies an unusual intensity of the modifying power.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The more sparingly we make use of nonsense, the better.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Death but supplies the oil for the inextinguishable lamp of life.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Oh, the difficulty of fixing the attention of men on the world within them!”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Enlist the interests of stern Morality and religious Enthusiasm in the cause of Political Liberty, as in the time of the old Puritans, and it will be irresistible.”
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: “The faults of great authors are generally excellences carried to an excess.”
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: “There are errors which no wise man will treat with rudeness while there is a probability that they may be the refraction of some great truth still below the horizon.”
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: “By thy long grey beard and glittering eye, Now wherefore stopp’st thou me?”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Is duty a mere sport, or an employ! Life an entrusted talent or a toy!”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Little is taught by contest or dispute, everything by sympathy and love.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The wise only possess ideas; the greater part of mankind are possessed by them.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “We have to administer the law whether we like it or no.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The fastidious taste will find offence in the occasional vulgarisms, or what we now call slang, which not a few of our writers seem to have affected.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Men, I still think, ought to be weighed, not counted. Their worth ought to be the final estimate of their value.”
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