Brutes Quotes

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Categories: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
when-men-make-themselves-into-brutes-it-is-just-to-treat-them-like-brutes
all-men-are-brutes-beatriz-williams
racism-is-doctrine-by-for-brutes-ayn-rand
outing-is-brutal-it-should-be-reserved-for-brutes-dan-savage
civilization-does-not-have-to-perish-the-brutes-are-winning-only-by-default-ayn-rand
for-if-we-take-ages-into-our-account-may-there-not-be-civilization-going-on-among-brutes-as-well-as-men-henry-david-thoreau
what-is-denominated-discretion-in-man-we-call-cunning-in-brutes-jean-de-la-fontaine
who-can-guess-how-much-industry-providence-affection-we-have-caught-from-pantomime-brutes-ralph-waldo-emerson
the-pythagoreans-degrade-impious-men-into-brutes-if-one-is-to-believe-empedocles-even-into-plants-giovanni-pico-della-mirandola
laughter-prayer-are-two-noblest-habits-man-they-mark-us-off-from-brutes-christopher-morley
consider-your-origins-you-were-not-made-to-live-as-brutes-but-to-follow-virtue-and-knowledge
consider-your-origin-you-were-not-born-to-live-like-brutes-but-to-follow-virtue-and-knowledge
boys-are-marvellous-creatures-perhaps-they-will-sink-below-brutes-perhaps-they-will-attain-to-womans-tenderness-em-forster
the-lord-learning-who-upraised-mankind-from-being-silent-brutes-to-singing-men-charles-godfrey-leland
there-is-touch-divinity-even-in-brutes-special-halo-about-horse-that-should-forever-exempt-him-from-indignities-herman-melville
switzerland-is-curst-selfish-swinish-country-brutes-placed-in-most-romantic-region-world-lord-byron
the-instinct-brutes-insects-can-be-effect-nothing-else-than-wisdom-skill-powerful-everliving-agent-isaac-newton
the-selfesteem-one-acquires-wellearned-feeling-ones-strength-are-only-consolation-in-this-world-income-after-all-most-brutes-have-that-paul-gauguin
the-first-essential-character-civilization-i-should-say-is-forethought-this-i-would-say-is-what-distinguishes-men-from-brutes-adults-from-children-bertrand-russell
i-cannot-explain-nor-must-artist-defend-his-work-elucidate-in-such-way-reeling-audience-can-fathom-brutes-that-they-are-laird-barron
the-worship-god-is-only-thing-which-renders-men-superior-to-brutes-makes-them-aspire-to-immortality-jean-calvin
ive-always-known-lot-bad-people-destructive-brutes-certain-kind-then-ive-seen-these-lovely-impulses-what-not-theyve-stayed-with-me-comforted-me
brutes-by-their-natural-instinct-have-produced-many-discoveries-whereas-men-by-discussion-conclusions-reason-have-given-birth-to-few-none-francis-bacon
human-brutes-like-other-beasts-find-snares-poison-in-provision-life-are-allured-by-their-appetites-to-their-destruction-jonathan-swift
education-makes-us-more-stupid-than-the-brutes-a-thousand-voices-call-to-us-on-every-hand-but-our-ears-are-stopped-with-wisdom
mans-chief-difference-from-brutes-lies-in-exuberant-excess-his-subjective-propensities-prune-his-extravagance-sober-him-you-undo-him-william-james
men-act-like-brutes-in-far-as-sequences-their-perceptions-arise-through-principle-memory-only-like-those-empirical-physicians-who-have-mere-gottfried-leibniz
but-i-do-not-admit-comparison-between-your-slaves-even-lowest-class-european-free-labourers-for-former-are-allowed-exercise-no-faculties-but-those-which-they-enjoy-in-common-with
without-education-what-is-man-but-splendid-slave-reasoning-savage-vacillating-between-dignity-intelligence-derived-from-god-degradation-passion-participated-with-brutes-chukwudif
o-woman-lovely-woman-nature-made-thee-to-temper-man-we-had-been-brutes-without-you-thomas-otway
for-its-guns-this-guns-that-chuck-em-out-brutes-but-theyre-savior-our-loved-ones-when-thugs-begin-to-loot-rudyard-kipling
he-saw-communism-for-sham-that-it-was-bunch-brutes-who-seized-power-in-name-people-only-to-repress-people-they-claimed-to-champion-vince-flynn
thanks-to-words-we-have-been-able-to-rise-above-brutes-thanks-to-words-we-have-often-sunk-to-level-demons-aldous-huxley
the-brave-man-seeks-not-popular-applause-nor-overpowerd-with-arms-deserts-his-cause-unshamd-though-foild-he-does-best-he-can-force-is-brutes-but-john-dryden
those-who-are-destitute-learning-penance-knowledge-good-disposition-virtue-benevolence-are-brutes-wandering-earth-in-form-men-they-are-burdensome-to-earth-chanakya
my-great-forte-in-killing-buffaloes-was-to-get-them-circling-by-riding-my-horse-at-head-herd-shooting-their-leaders-thus-brutes-behind-were-crowded-to-left-that-they-were-soon-go
face-brutes-that-is-lesson-for-all-lifeface-terrible-face-it-boldly-like-monkeys-hardships-life-fall-back-when-we-cease-to-flee-before-them-swami-vivekananda
opinion-involves-belief-for-without-belief-in-what-we-opine-we-cannot-have-opinion-in-brutes-though-we-often-find-imagination-we-never-find-belief-aristotle
I'm sorry, but I don't want to be an emperor. That's not my business. I don't want to rule or conquer anyone. I should like to help everyone if possible; Jew, Gentile, black man, white. We all want to help one another. Human beings are like that. We want to live by each other's happiness, not by each other's misery. We don't want to hate and despise one another. In this world there is room for everyone, and the good earth is rich and can provide for everyone. The way of life can be free and beautiful, but we have lost the way. Greed has poisoned men's souls, has barricaded the world with hate, has goose-stepped us into misery and bloodshed. We have developed speed, but we have shut ourselves in. Machinery that gives abundance has left us in want. Our knowledge has made us cynical; our cleverness, hard and unkind. We think too much and feel too little. More than machinery, we need humanity. More than cleverness, we need kindness and gentleness. Without these qualities, life will be violent and all will be lost. The airplane and the radio have brought us closer together. The very nature of these inventions cries out for the goodness in men; cries out for universal brotherhood; for the unity of us all. Even now my voice is reaching millions throughout the world, millions of despairing men, women, and little children, victims of a system that makes men torture and imprison innocent people. To those who can hear me, I say, do not despair. The misery that is now upon us is but the passing of greed, the bitterness of men who fear the way of human progress. The hate of men will pass, and dictators die, and the power they took from the people will return to the people. And so long as men die, liberty will never perish. Soldiers! Don't give yourselves to brutes, men who despise you, enslave you; who regiment your lives, tell you what to do, what to think and what to feel! Who drill you, diet you, treat you like cattle, use you as cannon fodder. Don't give yourselves to these unnatural men - machine men with machine minds and machine hearts! You are not machines, you are not cattle, you are men! You have the love of humanity in your hearts! You don't hate! Only the unloved hate; the unloved and the unnatural. Soldiers! Don't fight for slavery! Fight for liberty! In the seventeenth chapter of St. Luke, it is written that the kingdom of God is within man, not one man nor a group of men, but in all men! In you! You, the people, have the power, the power to create machines, the power to create happiness! You, the people, have the power to make this life free and beautiful, to make this life a wonderful adventure. Then in the name of democracy, let us use that power. Let us all unite. Let us fight for a new world, a decent world that will give men a chance to work, that will give youth a future and old age a security. By the promise of these things, brutes have risen to power. But they lie! They do not fulfill that promise. They never will! Dictators free themselves but they enslave the people. Now let us fight to fulfill that promise. Let us fight to free the world! To do away with national barriers! To do away with greed, with hate and intolerance! Let us fight for a world of reason, a world where science and progress will lead to all men's happiness. Soldiers, in the name of democracy, let us all unite!

Charles Chaplin
im-sorry-but-i-dont-want-to-be-emperor-thats-not-my-business-i-dont-want-to-rule-conquer-anyone-i-should-like-to-help-everyone-if-possible-jew-gentile-black-man-white-we-all-want
he-acts-like-animal-has-animals-habits-eats-like-one-moves-like-one-talks-like-one-theres-even-something-subhuman-something-not-quite-to-stage-humanity-yet-yes-something-apelike-
And even in the open air the stench of whiskey was appalling. To this fiendish poison, I am certain, the greater part of the squalor I saw is due. Many of these vermin were obviously not foreigners-I counted at least five American countenances in which a certain vanished decency half showed through the red whiskey bloating. Then I reflected upon the power of wine, and marveled how self-respecting persons can imbibe such stuff, or permit it to be served upon their tables. It is the deadliest enemy with which humanity is faced. Not all the European wars could produce a tenth of the havock occasioned among men by the wretched fluid which responsible governments allow to be sold openly. Looking upon that mob of sodden brutes, my mind's eye pictured a scene of different kind; a table bedecked with spotless linen and glistening silver, surrounded by gentlemen immaculate in evening attire-and in the reddening faces of those gentlemen I could trace the same lines which appeared in full development of the beasts of the crowd. Truly, the effects of liquor are universal, and the shamelessness of man unbounded. How can reform be wrought in the crowd, when supposedly respectable boards groan beneath the goblets of rare old vintages? Is mankind asleep, that its enemy is thus entertained as a bosom friend? But a week or two ago, at a parade held in honour of the returning Rhode Island National Guard, the Chief Executive of this State, Mr. Robert Livingston Beeckman, prominent in New York, Newport, and Providence society, appeared in such an intoxicated condition that he could scarce guide his mount, or retain his seat in the saddle, and he the guardian of the liberties and interests of that Colony carved by the faith, hope, and labour of Roger Williams from the wilderness of savage New-England! I am perhaps an extremist on the subject of prohibition, but I can see no justification whatsoever for the tolerance of such a degrading demon as drink.

H.P. Lovecraft
and-even-in-open-air-stench-whiskey-was-appalling-to-this-fiendish-poison-i-am-certain-greater-part-squalor-i-saw-is-due-many-these-vermin-were-obviously-not-foreignersi-counted-
What is the use of beauty in woman? Provided a woman is physically well made and capable of bearing children, she will always be good enough in the opinion of economists. What is the use of music? - of painting? Who would be fool enough nowadays to prefer Mozart to Carrel, Michael Angelo to the inventor of white mustard? There is nothing really beautiful save what is of no possible use. Everything useful is ugly, for it expresses a need, and man's needs are low and disgusting, like his own poor, wretched nature. The most useful place in a house is the water-closet. For my part, saving these gentry's presence, I am of those to whom superfluities are necessaries, and I am fond of things and people in inverse ratio to the service they render me. I prefer a Chinese vase with its mandarins and dragons, which is perfectly useless to me, to a utensil which I do use, and the particular talent of mine which I set most store by is that which enables me not to guess logogriphs and charades. I would very willingly renounce my rights as a Frenchman and a citizen for the sight of an undoubted painting by Raphael, or of a beautiful nude woman, - Princess Borghese, for instance, when she posed for Canova, or Julia Grisi when she is entering her bath. I would most willingly consent to the return of that cannibal, Charles X., if he brought me, from his residence in Bohemia, a case of Tokai or Johannisberg; and the electoral laws would be quite liberal enough, to my mind, were some of our streets broader and some other things less broad. Though I am not a dilettante, I prefer the sound of a poor fiddle and tambourines to that of the Speaker's bell. I would sell my breeches for a ring, and my bread for jam. The occupation which best befits civilized man seems to me to be idleness or analytically smoking a pipe or cigar. I think highly of those who play skittles, and also of those who write verse. You may perceive that my principles are not utilitarian, and that I shall never be the editor of a virtuous paper, unless I am converted, which would be very comical. Instead of founding a Monthyon prize for the reward of virtue, I would rather bestow - like Sardanapalus, that great, misunderstood philosopher - a large reward to him who should invent a new pleasure; for to me enjoyment seems to be the end of life and the only useful thing on this earth. God willed it to be so, for he created women, perfumes, light, lovely flowers, good wine, spirited horses, lapdogs, and Angora cats; for He did not say to his angels, 'Be virtuous, ' but, 'Love, ' and gave us lips more sensitive than the rest of the skin that we might kiss women, eyes looking upward that we might behold the light, a subtile sense of smell that we might breathe in the soul of the flowers, muscular limbs that we might press the flanks of stallions and fly swift as thought without railway or steam-kettle, delicate hands that we might stroke the long heads of greyhounds, the velvety fur of cats, and the polished shoulder of not very virtuous creatures, and, finally, granted to us alone the triple and glorious privilege of drinking without being thirsty, striking fire, and making love in all seasons, whereby we are very much more distinguished from brutes than by the custom of reading newspapers and framing constitutions.

Theophile Gautier
what-is-use-beauty-in-woman-provided-woman-is-physically-well-made-capable-bearing-children-she-will-always-be-good-enough-in-opinion-economists-what-is-use-music-painting-who-wo
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