Benedict Spinoza
Quotations


Statesman are suspected of plotting against mankind, rather than consulting their interests, and are esteemed more crafty than learned.

Everyone has as much right as he has might.

The most tyrannical governments are those which make crimes of opinions, for everyone has an inalienable right to his thoughts.

Freedom is absolutely necessary for progress in science and the liberal arts.

He who would distinguish the true from the false must have an adequate idea of what is true and false.

Will and intellect are one and the same.

Man is a social animal.



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