's Socrates Quotes
When I left him, I reasoned thus with myself: I am wiser than this man, for neither of us appears to know anything great and good; but he fancies he knows something, although he knows nothing; whereas I, as I do not know anything, so I do not fancy I do. In this trifling particular, then, I appear to be wiser than he, because I do not fancy I know what I do not know.
I was really too honest a man to be a politician and live.
Remember, no human condition is ever permanent. Then you will not be overjoyed in good fortune nor too scornful in misfortune.
Employ your time in improving yourself by other men's writings, so that you shall gain easily what others have labored hard for.
By all means marry; if you get a good wife, you'll be happy. If you get a bad one, you'll become a philosopher.
Otto von Bismarck
George Bernard Shaw
Leonardo da Vinci
How to Win Friends and Influence People
On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense
Pale Blue Dot
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Thus Spoke Zarathustra
The World As I See It
What Life Means to Einstein
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Only Then Shall We Find Courage
Out of My Later Years
Ideas and Opinions
God Bless You Dr. Kevorkian
The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
Picasso on Art