George Edward Moore Love Quotes and Sayings
Excerpt from Wikipedia: George Edward Moore Order of Merit, usually known as G. E. Moore, (4 November 1873 – 24 October 1958) was a distinguished and influential English philosopher. He was, with Bertrand Russell, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and (before them) Gottlob Frege, one of the founders of the analytic tradition in philosophy.
Sayings by George Edward Moore
1. Reality can destroy the dream; why shouldn’t the dream destroy reality?
2. A man travels the world in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.
3. The difficulty in life is the choice.
4. A very slight change in our habits is sufficient to destroy our sense of our daily reality, and the reality of the world about us; the moment we pass out of our habits we lose all sense of permanency and routine.
5. It does not matter how badly you paint so long as you don’t paint badly like other people.
6. After all, there is but one race: humanity.
7. Remorse: beholding heaven and feeling hell.
8. The mind petrifies if a circle be drawn around it, and it can hardly be that dogma draws a circle round the mind.
9. The wrong way always seems the more reasonable.
10. No man, however great, is known to everybody and no man, however solitary, is known to nobody.
11. The lot of critics is to be remembered by what they failed to understand.
12. There is nothing so consoling as to find one’s neighbor’s troubles are at least as great as one’s own.
13. It’s going to take years before we can get into a good routine of growing timber at the rate we are harvesting timber.
14. I’m glad to see that we can help, but I want them to help themselves.