category-Truth Quotes

In a time of universal deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act

George Orwell

If one is determined to die for the truth, even a common man can create history.

Vellupillai Pirapakaran

Only one who liberates himself from his psychological desires and fears indeed in truth qualify as liberation hero.

Vellupillai Pirapakaran

The worst enemy of truth and freedom in our society is the compact majority

Henrik Ibsen

An enemy is anyone who tells the truth about you.

Elbert Hubbard

Thus meditating you will no longer strive to build yourself up in your prejudices, but, forgetting self, you will remember only that you are seeking the Truth

James Allen

Briefly, you can only find truth with logic if you have already found truth without it.

Gilbert Keith Chesterton

The aim of flattery is to soothe and encourage us by assuring us of the truth of an opinion we have already formed about ourselves.

Dame Edith Sitwell

Defending the truth is not something one does out of a sense of duty or to allay guilt complexes, but is a reward in itself.

Simone De Beauvoir

Scientific truth is too beautiful to be sacrificed for the sake of light entertainment or money. Astrology is an aesthetic affront. It cheapens astronomy, like using Beethoven for commercial jingles.

Richard Dawkins

The starry vault of heaven is in truth the open book of cosmic projection...

Carl Jung

The truth is that neither British nor American imperialism was or is idealistic. It has always been driven by economic or strategic interests.

Charley Reese

Reason is the natural order of truth; but imagination is the organ of meaning.

C.S. Lewis

Where is the proof, said I, that daemons may not be subjected to the control of men? This truth may be distorted and debased in the minds of the ignorant. The dogmas of the vulgar, with regard to this subject, are glaringly absurd; but though these may justly be neglected by the wise, we are scarcely justified in totally rejecting the possibility that man may obtain supernatural aid.

Charles Brockden Brown

Fallen from his lofty and heroic station; now finally restored to the perception of truth; weighed to earth by the recollection of his own deeds; consoled no longer by a consciousness of rectitude, for the loss of offspring and wife a loss for which he was indebted to his own misguided hand; Wieland was transformed at once into the man of sorrow?

Charles Brockden Brown

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