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Danske citater:

  • Alle genrer er tilladt, blot ikke den kedelige.
  • Alle mennesker elsker friheden og synes at stræbe efter at knuse den.
  • Den mand er hĂĄrd, som kun er retfærdig, og den mand er alvorlig, som kun er klog.
  • Den store trøst her i livet er at sige, hvad man tænker.
  • Den, som testamenterer sine penge til velgørenhed, giver bare det væk, som ikke længere tilhører ham.
  • Det skønne bør være sjældent, ellers ville det ophøre at være skønt
  • Døm en mand pĂĄ hans spørgsmĂĄl, frem for pĂĄ hans svar.
  • Er politik andet end kunsten at lyve i rette tid?
  • Fordom er tĂĄbernes argument.
  • God er en komiker, som spiller for et publikum, der er for bange for at le.
  • Han mĂĄ være meget uvidende, thi han svarer pĂĄ alle spørgsmĂĄl, han stiller.
  • Hvert menneske er skyldig i alt det gode, det ikke gjorde.
  • Hvis Gud ikke eksisterede, ville det være nødvendigt at opfinde ham, men hele naturen rĂĄber til os, at han eksisterer.
  • Hvor jeg er, er paradis pĂĄ jord.
  • HĂĄrdt arbejde bortjager de tre store onder, kedsomhed, last og fattigdom.
  • Intet er efter min mening mere latterligt end at blive besejret af latterlige fjender
  • Intet er sĂĄ ubehageligt som at blive hængt i stilhed
  • Jeg rĂĄder dig til at fortsætte md at leve udelukkende for at irritere dem, som betaler din pension. Det er den eneste glæde, jeg har tilbage.
  • Jeg ved intet latterligere end en læge, som ikke dør af alderdom.
  • Jeg vil bekæmpe dine meninger, men jeg vil dø for din ret til at have dem
  • Kvinder ligner vejrhaner; de stopper først op, nĂĄr de ruster.
  • Kærligheden er den stærkeste af alle lidenskaberne, fordi den pĂĄ samme tid angriber hovedet, hjertet og sanserne.
  • Lægekunst er at holde patienten beskæftiget, mens naturen kurerer sygdommen.
  • Læger er folk der giver medikamenter, som de ved lidt om, til at helbrede sygdomme, de ved mindre om, til mennesker, som de intet ved om.
  • Man mĂĄ begynde med at kende tingene for at lære at dømme om dem.
  • Menneskene vil altid være afsindige, og de, som tror, de kan helbrede dem, er de vanvittigste af alle
  • Midt i alle mine lidenskaber har jeg altid næret afsky for utaknemmelighed. Hvis jeg stod i taknemmelighedsgæld til fanden, ville jeg tale pænt om hans horn.
  • Mænds svagheder fostrer kvindernes styrke.
  • NĂĄr lægerne ikke kan helbrede en sygdom, giver de den i hvert fald et smukt navn
  • Patriotisme? En blanding af egenkærlighed og fordomme
  • Selvbedrag er den største af alle glæder.
  • Statistik kan ikke erstatte dømmekraft.
  • Under troens maske forfølges fornuften ofte, og den kloge har alle tider uret, nĂĄr han taler med dosmere.
  • Universet forvirrer mig, og jeg kan ikke tænke mig, at dette ur eksisterer uden en urmager.
  • Uretfærdighed fremkalder til sidst uafhængighed.
  • Venskab er en stiltiende overenskomst mellem to fornuftige og retskafne personer
  • Vi lever aldrig, men er altid fyldt med forventninger til livet
  • Ægteskab er det eneste eventyr, som ligger ĂĄbent for kujonen.

 

Engelske citater:

  • A long dispute means both parties are wrong
  • A multitude of laws in a country is like a great number of physicians, a sign of weakness and malady.
  • A witty saying proves nothing.
  • Animals have these advantages over man: they have no theologians to instruct them, their funerals cost them nothing, and no one starts lawsuits over their wills.
  • Anything too stupid to be said is sung
  • Ask a toad what is beauty?. . . a female with two great round eyes coming out of her little head, a large flat mouth, a yellow belly and a brown back.
  • By appreciation we make excellence in others our own property
  • Canada: a few acres of snow
  • Christianity must be divine, since it lasted 1,700 years despite the fact that it is so full of villainy and nonsense
  • Common sense is not so common
  • Doubt is not a pleasant condition but certainty is an absurd one
  • Every abuse ought to be reformed, unless the reform is more dangerous than the abuse itself
  • Every man is guilty of all the good he didn't do
  • Every style that is not boring is a good one
  • God is a comedian playing to an audience too afraid to laugh
  • He must be very ignorant for he answers every question he is asked
  • I disapprove of what you say, but will defend to the death your right to say it
  • I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous. And God granted it
  • Ideas are like beards; men do not have them until they grow up.
  • If God made us in his image, we have certainly returned the compliment
  • If there had been a censorship of the press in Rome we should have had today neither Horace nor Juvenal, nor the philosophical writings of Cicero
  • It is as impossible to translate poetry as it is to translate music
  • Let us work without theorizing - it is the only way to make life endurable
  • Love truth, but pardon error
  • Madness is to think of too many things in succession too fast, or of one thing too exclusively
  • Man is free at the moment he wishes to be
  • Marriage is the only adventure open to the cowardly
  • Minds differ still more than faces
  • Nature has always had more power than education
  • One great use of words is to hide our thoughts
  • Our wretched species is so made that those who walk on the well-trodden path always throw stones at those who are showing a new road.
  • Rest is a good thing, but boredom is its brother
  • Superstition sets the whole world in flames, philosophy extinguishes them.
  • The human brain is a complex organ with the wonderful power of enabling man to find reasons for continuing to believe whatever it is that he wants to believe.
  • The public is a ferocious beast - one must either chain it up or flee from it.
  • The secret of being a bore . . . is to tell everything.
  • The world embarrasses me, and I cannot dream
  • That this watch exists and has no watchmaker.
  • There is a pleasure in not being pleased.
  • To belive in God is impossible - not to believe in him is absurd.
  • To hold a pen is to be at war.
  • To make a vow for life is to make oneself a slave.
  • To succeed in the world it is not enough to be stupid, you must also be well-mannered
  • We owe respect to the living; to the dead we owe only truth.
  • What is madness? To have erroneous perceptions and to reason correctly from them.
  • Whoever serves his country well has no need of ancestors
  • Work banishes those three great evils, boredom, vice and poverty.

 

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