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Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “For she belike hath drunken deep Of all the blessedness of sleep.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Motives by excess reverse their very nature and instead of exciting, stun and stupefy the mind.”
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: “An undevout poet is an impossibility.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The primary notion i hold to be the Living Power.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The three great ends which a statesman ought to propose to himself in the government of a nation, are one, Security to possessors; two, facility to acquirers; and three, hope to all.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “We should manage our thoughts as shepherds do their flowers in making a garland: first, select the choicest, and then dispose them in the most proper places, that every one may reflect a part of its color and brightness on the next.”
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: “The Reformation in the sixteenth century narrowed Reform. As soon as men began to call themselves names, all hope of further amendment was lost.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The form of truth will bear exposure, as well as that of beauty herself.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The present system of taking oaths is horrible. It is awfully absurd to make a man invoke God’s wrath upon himself, if he speaks false; it is, in my judgment, a sin to do so.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Oh, the difficulty of fixing the attention of men on the world within them!”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “A people are free in proportion as they form their own opinions.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Moral obligation is to me so very strong a Stimulant, that in 9 cases out of ten it acts as a Narcotic. The Blow that should rouse, stuns me.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Happiness can be built only on virtue, and must of necessity have truth for its foundation.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Intellect really exists in its products; its kingdom is here.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Men of genius are rarely much annoyed by the company of vulgar people.”
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: “Every other science presupposes intelligence as already existing and complete: the philosopher contemplates it in its growth, and as it were represents its history to the mind from its birth to its maturity.”
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: “Praises of the unworthy are felt by ardent minds as robberies of the deserving.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The paternal and filial duties discipline the heart, and prepare it for the love of all mankind. The intensity of private attachment encourages, not prevents, universal benevolence.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “If you would stand well with a great mind, leave him with a favorable impression of yourself; if with a little mind, leave him with a favorable impression of himself.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “As long as there are readers to be delighted with calumny, there will be found reviewers to calumniate.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “As long as we have to administer the law we must do so according to the law as it is. We are not here to make the law.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Mr. Lyell’s system of geology is just half the truth, and no more. He affirms a great deal that is true, and he denies a great deal which is equally true; which is the general characteristic of all systems not embracing the whole truth.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “A great poet must have the ear of a wild Arab listening in the silent desert, the eye of a North American Indian tracing the footsteps of an enemy upon the leaves that strew the forest, the touch of a blind man feeling the face of a darling child.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Fear gives sudden instincts of skill.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Thou rising Sun! thou blue rejoicing Sky! Yea! every thing that is and will be free! Bear witness for me, whereso’er ye be, With what deep worship I have still adored The spirit of divinest Liberty.”
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: “We are now Courts of equity, and must decide the thing according to all the rights.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “A Court has no right to strain the law because it causes hardship.”
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: “Why look’st thou so?‘ – With my cross-bow I shot the ALBATROSS.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “I do not wish you to act from these truths; no, still and always act from your feelings; only meditate often on these truths that sometime or other they may become your feelings.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “We must follow the old authorities and precedents in criminal matters.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Men, I think, have to be weighed, not counted.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Why aren’t more gems from our great authors scattered over the country? Great books aren’t within everybody’s reach.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Is duty a mere sport, or an employ! Life an entrusted talent or a toy!”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Oh worse than everything, is kindness counterfeiting absent love.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Rage is essentially vulgar.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The first great requisite is absolute sincerity. Falsehood and disguise are miseries and misery-makers.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “It is a dull and obtuse mind, that must divide in order to distinguish; but it is a still worse that distinguishes in order to divide.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Fellows of colleges in the universities are in one sense the recipients of alms, because they receive funds which originally were of an eleemosynary character.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “The history of all the world tells us that immoral means will ever intercept good ends.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “Indignation at literary wrongs I leave to men born under happier stars. I cannot afford it.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “We have to administer the law whether we like it or no.”
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Quote: “I never knew a trader in philanthropy who was not wrong in his head or heart somewhere or other.”
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