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Category: Poetry

The distinction between historian
and poet is not in the one writing
prose and the other verse... the
one describes the thing that has
been, and the other a kind of thing
that might be.  Hence poetry is
something more philosophic and of
graver import than history, since
its statements are of the nature
rather of universals, whereas those
of history are singulars.

Aristotle

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Category: Mothers

Mothers are fonder than fathers of
their children because they are
more certain they are their own.

Aristotle

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Category: Heart

The heart is the perfection of the
whole organism. Therefore the
principles of the power of
perception and the soul's ability
to nourish itself must lie in the
heart.

Aristotle

Category: Friendship

What is a friend? A single soul
dwelling in two bodies.

Aristotle

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Category: Sanity

No excellent soul is exempt from a
mixture of madness.

Aristotle

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Soul Music

Category: Graduation

Education is the best provision for
old age.

Aristotle

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Education Age Old Science Time History

It is better to rise from life as
from a banquet - neither thirsty
nor drunken.

Aristotle

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Category: Property

Democracy is when the indigent, and
not the men of property, are the
rulers.

Aristotle

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Men

Category: Leisure

We give up leisure in order that we
may have leisure, just as we go to
war in order that we may have
peace.

Aristotle

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War Peace war Society Forgiveness Equality Patriotism Government

Category: Nature

If one way be better than another,
that you may be sure is Nature's
way.

Aristotle

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