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Voltaire's quotes
« More religion is divine, less it belongs to human control. If God made it, God will support it without you. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Can all men remember that they are brothers, they have hated tyranny exercised on the souls. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« God point gave us a heart to hate us and hands to cut our throats. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Less dogma, fewer disputes; less hassles, less of misfortunes. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« It would be the height of madness to pretend to bring all men to think in a uniform way. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Superstition is to religion what astrology is to Astronomy: a very wise mother's crazy daughter. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« When the men have no healthy notions of divinity, misconceptions are supplement. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Fanaticism today means a crazy religious, dark and cruel. It is a disease of the mind which is earned as smallpox. Books communicate it to much less than the meetings and speeches. »
Voltaire (l'Encyclopédie, 1771)

« There... the play with a majestic enthusiasm, well morguer the public and treat it with the latest insolence. »
Voltaire (Correspondance)

« All of Europe is full-bodied. »
Voltaire (Lettre à Marie Louise Denis)

« There are people who argue that humanity, indulgence and freedom of conscience are terrible things; but in good faith, would they produce calamities? »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Philosophy, this sister of religion, disarmed hands that superstition had so long bloody. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« The human mind, in the awakening of his drunkenness, is surprised by the excesses where fanaticism had prevailed. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Point seek to hinder the hearts, and all hearts will be to you. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Our whole continent shows us that we should announce or exercise intolerance. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Excess the largest where can go tolerance was never followed by the slightest dissent. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Tolerance has never excited about civil war, intolerance has covered the land of carnage. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« This is not to give immense privileges, the places of safety to a faction, but to let live a peaceful people. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« The reason is soft, she's human, she inspired indulgence, she smothers the discord, it strengthens the virtue, she makes nice obedience to the laws. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Ridicule is a powerful barrier against the extravagance of the sectarians. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« God commands you to never do your duty, as soon as you fear injustice. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« It is unclear how a man could say to another: believe what I believe or you endgame. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« The great principle of the Roman people was: it's the gods only caring about the offending the gods. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« It served the confession, communion and all the sacraments to commit the most horrible crimes. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Because religion is divine, must rule by hate, torture, the murders? »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« Can all men remember that they are brothers. »
Voltaire

« All the misfortunes of our Peresne have point undeceived us; We experience the miseries which our sons will be affected. »
Voltaire (Précis de l'Ecclésiaste)

« Nothing prevents to be a good judge, a brave warrior, a skilled statesman, when we had a good father calculator. »
Voltaire (Le monde comme il va)

« There is no harm that he was born a good. »
Voltaire (Zadig ou la destinée)

« Short letters and long friendships, this is my motto. »
Voltaire

« Everything is physical in all species: this is not beef who fights, is the Bull. »
Voltaire (Essai sur les moeurs)

« In this country it is good to kill an Admiral from time to time to encourage others. »
Voltaire (Candide, XXII)

« So that is the human condition that wish the greatness of his country, but wish hard to its neighbors. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique portatif)

« A good year fixing the damage of two bad ones. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique (1764))

« I am sure that if a Peacock could talk, it boast to have a soul, and it looks like his soul is in its tail. »
Voltaire (Zadig ou la Destinée)

« Where danger and advantage are equal, the wonder ceases, and pity even weakens. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« The weakness of our reason and the inadequacy of our laws are felt every day. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« The abuse of the most holy religion product of major crimes. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« It is in the interest of mankind to consider whether religion should be charitable or barbaric. »
Voltaire (Traité sur la Tolérance, 1763)

« To make a good book, it takes a prodigious time and the patience of a saint. »
Voltaire (Lettre à Madame du Deffant - 1er Novembre 1773)

« It is the fate of a hero of persecution. »
Voltaire (Tancrède)

« Without variety, no beauty. »
Voltaire (Lettre à Thiriot - 6 Décembre 1738)

« The mouth badly obeys when the heart murmur. »
Voltaire (Tancrède)

« The genius of our language is the clarity. »
Voltaire (France-français)

« We die in detail. »
Voltaire (Lettre à Madame de Champbonin - 17 Novembre 1764)

« Home is where the soul is chained. »
Voltaire (Le fanatisme)

« The great pleasures, in all the arts, are only for connoisseurs. »
Voltaire (Lettre à Monsieur de Saint-Lambert - 7 Mars 1769)

« That immortal health come down from heaven to take care of all your life! »
Voltaire (Zadig ou la destinée)

« The study has that good that it frees us from the burden of our idleness, and that it prevents us from running off to us, to say and listen to things, from one end of town to the other. »
Voltaire (Lettre à Madame du Deffand - 19 Février 1766)

« Has not the spirit of his age his age has all the unhappiness. »
Voltaire (Stances)

« The good news is always delayed, and the bad ones have wings. »
Voltaire (Lettre à Madame Denis - 16 Mars 1752)

« It is hard to hate those that would love. »
Voltaire (Mahomet)

« One bad example, once given, is capable of corrupting an entire nation, and the habit becomes a tyranny. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Wise woman is more than beautiful woman. »
Voltaire

« Titles are nothing for posterity: the name of a man who did great things requires more respect than all epithets. »
Voltaire (Le siècle de Louis XIV)

« It is fitting that the people be guided and not educated. When the populace mixes to reason, all is lost. »
Voltaire (Damilaville - 1766)

« Our ideas are no more of us in sleep than in the previous day. »
Voltaire (Contes en vers et en prose - II)

« A nascent and fought passion erupts; a happy love knows how to hide. »
Voltaire (La jalousie)

« When the truth is obvious, it is impossible that it amounts to parties and factions. We haven't played is day at noon. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« It always that that is great is attacked by small minds. »
Voltaire (Le Siècle de Louis XIV)

« Every sect of some kind it may be, is the rallying of doubt and the error. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Who do not like to be a dry and heavy. »
Voltaire (Epîtres)

« It's cheerful morning, we're hanging at night. »
Voltaire (Charlot)

« Our temperament is the virtues of our soul. »
Voltaire (Le siècle de Louis XIV)

« For everyone to go to God by the way which pleases! »
Voltaire

« When once the slander came into the mind of a King, she is like a drop in a prelate: she no longer dislodges. »
Voltaire (Lettre du 1er Octobre 1752)

« If we do not find pleasant things, we will at least find new things. »
Voltaire (Candide ou l'optimisme)

« There, dying, let repentance marks of friendship to his friends, his enemies, and his reputation among the hands of the public. »
Voltaire (Lettre à Monsieur Koenig - Juin 1753)

« The joke explained ceases to be fun. »
Voltaire

« Your fates are a man and your vows are to God. »
Voltaire (Discours en vers sur l'homme)

« Fair praise have a scent that we reserve for embalming the dead. »
Voltaire

« A dead lion is not worth a gnat that breathes. »
Voltaire

« Infallible proof of the superiority of a nation in the arts of the mind, it is the culture advanced poetry. »
Voltaire (Essai sur l’histoire générale)

« Four beautiful verses are better in a room with a regiment of cavalry. »
Voltaire (Sémiramis)

« Writing is the painting of the voice. »
Voltaire

« Ever the nature is so debased, when superstitious ignorance is armed with the power. »
Voltaire

« If it's the best of all possible worlds, that are the others? »
Voltaire

« Our priests are not what a vain people think, our credulity made all their science. »
Voltaire (Oedipe)

« The first homework, no doubt, is to be fair; And the first property is the peace in our hearts. »
Voltaire (Poème sur la loi naturelle)

« Is not that suicide is always crazy. But in general, is not in a fit of reason that one kills himself. »
Voltaire (Lettre à M. Mariott - 26 Février 1767)

« If one is not sensitive, we're never sublime. »
Voltaire (Lettre à M. de la Harpe - 11 Août 1766)

« What can be explained in many ways deserve to be explained any. »
Voltaire (Le siècle de Louis XIV)

« Most of the great captains have become such by degrees. »
Voltaire (Le siècle de Louis XIV)

« Our imperfect senses, given by nature, our property, our ills are the only measure. »
Voltaire (Discours en vers sur l’homme)

« Man is born to live in the convulsions of anxiety or lethargy of boredom. »
Voltaire

« The way to annoy is to mean everything. »
Voltaire

« Those who seek metaphysical causes laughter are not gay. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Of all the republics, the letters is, without a doubt, the most ridiculous. »
Voltaire (Lettre au censeur marin)

« I only know of serious down here the cultivation of the vine. »
Voltaire

« The amazement is followed by silence. »
Voltaire (La pucelle d'Orléans)

« Doctors administer drugs that they know very little, to patients which they know less, to cure the diseases which they know nothing. »
Voltaire

« We got older, a great pleasure that should not be overlooked, it is to count the impertinent and impertinent we saw die, and the crowd of ridiculous who passed in front of the eyes. »
Voltaire (Madame du Deffand)

« When a question raises violently conflicting views, we can ensure that it belongs to the field of belief and not to the knowledge. »
Voltaire

« We don't know exactly where the angels stand, if it is in the air, in a vacuum, in the planets: God did not we were educated. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire Philosophique)

« I die adoring God, loving my friends, not hating my enemies, in Matt superstition. »
Voltaire

« When we lost everything, when there is no hope, life is a disgrace and a death duty. »
Voltaire (Mérope)

« We are born, we live, Shepherdess, we die without knowing how; Each went from nothing: where is he going? God knows, my dear. »
Voltaire

« You should know to learn in the gaiety. The sad knowledge is dead. Intelligence is joy. »
Voltaire

« He must be careful, but not shy. »
Voltaire

« An author is little own to correct the leaves of his own works: it always reads as he wrote and not as it is printed. »
Voltaire

« We love life, but nothingness does not leave for good. »
Voltaire

« The art of governing is to take as much money as possible to a category of citizens in order to give it to another. »
Voltaire

« The hypocrite smiled, the character barks. »
Voltaire

« Point of name-calling, a lot of irony and cheerfulness: name-calling revolt, irony to get people in themselves, the gaiety disarms. »
Voltaire (Lettre à d'Argental)

« No, if you want to make the friendly Christian religion, never talk about martyrs; We had one hundred times more than the Gentiles. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« When gravity is in keeping, as very often happens, said seriously to nonsense. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« As despotism is the abuse of royalty, anarchy is the abuse of democracy. »
Voltaire

« It is the superstition that did sacrifice human victims, is the need that made them eat. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« The people gets religion, laws, such as currency, without looking at it. »
Voltaire (Le Sottisier)

« Many errors were born of a truth abused. »
Voltaire

« The Savages don't point decide to kill himself by disgust for life; It is a refinement of minded people. »
Voltaire

« Life is that of boredom or whipped cream. »
Voltaire

« The french genius is lost; He wants to become English, Dutch and German. We are monkeys who have renounced our pretty gambols, for poorly imitate oxen and bears. »
Voltaire (Madame du Boccage)

« Men are like animals: the big eat the small and the small bite them. »
Voltaire

« Time, that fact alone the reputation of men, at the end makes their respectable defects. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« We teach all men, virtue, religion. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« It is the love of ourselves who attends the love of others; It is through our mutual needs that we are useful to the human race. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Who wants to destroy the passions, rather than settle them, wants to make the Angel. »
Voltaire (Lettres Philosophiques)

« Metaphysics is the novel of the spirit. »
Voltaire

« You die twice in this low world first by losing the favor of Venus.peu matter to me the second. It's good when you love more. »
Voltaire

« The theatre is the first and the last trades. »
Voltaire

« The flirtatious woman is the approval of others and the evil that possesses it. »
Voltaire (Epîtres)

« The men, with wise laws, have always been senseless customs. »
Voltaire (Essais sur les moeurs)

« Responding to a man who says he likes better obey God than men and that, accordingly, is sure to merit heaven in you invoke? »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Talkers are more discreet men: they speak to say nothing. »
Voltaire

« The first soothsayer was the first rogue who met a fool. »
Voltaire

« There is an another scoundrel that we sacrifice everything, and this scoundrel is the people. »
Voltaire (Lettre au marquis de Condorcet)

« The heart does not age, but it is painful to live a God in ruins. »
Voltaire

« Hide, according to King and Maid. »
Voltaire

« There is a chance; everything is trial, punishment, reward, or foresight. »
Voltaire (L’Ermite)

« Not be busy and does not exist it is the same thing. »
Voltaire

« By any country, the dominant religion, when she persecutes point, engulfs the long all the others. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« In court, my son, art the most Necessairen' is not to speak well, but be quiet. »
Voltaire (L’Indiscret)

« It's a mechanical instinct, which is the majority of men, that we have all the arts, and in no way healthy philosophy. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« It took centuries to do justice to humanity, to feel that it is horrible that the large number semât and the small number gathered. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« It's certainly not know the human heart to think you can stir it through fiction. »
Voltaire (Sémiramis)

« In works of taste, music, poetry, painting, it is the taste that takes the place of watch; and who is to judge by judge evil rules. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« It soon blush of its decisions, if you wanted to reflect on the reasons for which determines itself. »
Voltaire (Lettre - 1719)

« The most amazing inventions and useful are not those who make as much honor to the human spirit. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Philosophers will never a sect of religion. What for? It's that he write point to the people, and there are no enthusiasm. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« If men were unfortunate enough to not take care of the present, one view point, you'd point, you lose, we don't pourvoirait nothing: we miss everything in the middle of this false enjoyment. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Among those who read, there are twenty who read novels, to one who is studying philosophy. The number of those who think is exceedingly small, and those don't decide not to disturb the world. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« If it was in England that a religion, despotism would be to fear; If there were two, they will cut the throat; but there are thirty, and they live in peace and happy. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Who still believes the crime seems too capable. »
Voltaire (Eriphile)

« Any mortal to the pleasure must have its existence; The body is by him, the heart feels, the mind thinks. »
Voltaire (Discours en vers sur l’homme)

« Happiness is a good sells to us by nature. »
Voltaire (Discours en vers sur l’homme)

« If my friends are happy, I'll be less miserable. »
Voltaire (Sur l’usage de la vie)

« Women are like weather vanes: they bind when they rust. »
Voltaire

« A moment of happiness is worth a thousand years in history. »
Voltaire (Commentaire historique)

« The earthly paradise is where I am. »
Voltaire (Satires)

« I'm not agree with what you say, but I will fight to the end so that you can tell. »
Voltaire

« The resurrection is a natural idea; It is no more surprising to be born twice than once. »
Voltaire

« My friend means my slave. My dear friend means you're more than indifferent. »
Voltaire

« A geometric point is an abstraction of the mind. »
Voltaire

« If fools still want Acorn, let them eat; but find it good that they are presented with bread. »
Voltaire

« Men are wrong, great men admit they are wrong. »
Voltaire (Le Sottisier)

« Woe to the makers of literal translations, who by translating each word upset the sense! This is, indeed, you could say that the letter kills and the spirit gives life. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« It is the censorship of violent to accredit the opinions she attacks. »
Voltaire (Poème sur le désastre de Lisbonne)

« The art of the quote is the art of those who do not think by them - even. »
Voltaire

« Prejudices, friend, are the Kings of the vulgar. »
Voltaire (Le fanatisme ou Mohamed le prophète)

« The pleasure gives what wisdom promises. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« God has put in the hearts of all consciousness of good with some inclination to evil. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Use, don't overuse; Neither abstinence nor excess make a happy man. »
Voltaire

« Engineering is a century, after which, to that it degenerates. »
Voltaire (Le siècle de Louis XIV)

« It is the privilege of true genius, and especially engineering that opens a career to do away with big mistakes. »
Voltaire (Le siècle de Louis XIV)

« We all also men, but not equal members of society. »
Voltaire (Pensées sur l'administration)

« It is not our condition, is the caliber of our soul that makes us happy. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Happiness was once a most happy hour. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« Ask a toad that's that beauty: he says it's his Toad with two big round eyes out of her little head... Ask the devil he will tell you that beauty is a pair of horns, four claws and a tail. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Happiness is an abstract word composed of some ideas of fun. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« The pleasure is faster than happiness and bliss happiness. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« A dictionary without quotes is a skeleton. »
Voltaire

« Pleasure is the object, the duty is the goal. Of all reasonable. »
Voltaire (Stances)

« This world, this theater and pride and error, is full of unfortunates who speak of happiness. »
Voltaire

« Superstition is to religion what astrology is to astronomy, the crazy girl of a very wise mother. »
Voltaire (Politique et législation)

« It is the fate of the monarchies that their prosperity depends on the character of one man. »
Voltaire (Le siècle de Louis XIV)

« It is called (the opinion) the Queen of the world. She did so well, that when the right wants to fight it, the reason is sentenced to death. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« I think, all reflections, that he should never think of death; This thought is good than to poison the life; the big deal is to not suffer. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Politeness is the espritCe grace is at the face. »
Voltaire (Stances)

« Mortals are equal; It is not the naissanceC' is the only virtue that makes the difference. »
Voltaire (Eriphile)

« The homeland is where it lives happy. »
Voltaire (Le siècle de Louis XIV)

« God made the repentance of mortal virtue. »
Voltaire (Olympie)

« Such shines in second place who disappeared on the first. »
Voltaire (La Henriade)

« Home is where the soul is chained. »
Voltaire (Le Fanatisme ou Mohamed le prophète)

« Love. It's the stuff of nature that the imagination has embroidered. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« If man is created free, it must govern themselves; If the man has bullies, must dethrone. »
Voltaire (Sept discours en vers sur l'homme)

« A Republic is point based on virtue; It is the ambition of every citizen, which contains the ambition of others. »
Voltaire (Politique et législation)

« Do you think we can make love without uttering a Word? »
Voltaire

« The time is long enough for anyone who gains; Who works and who thinks extends the limit. »
Voltaire (Discours en vers sur l'homme)

« Love truth, but forgive the error. »
Voltaire (Discours en vers sur l'homme)

« The clever man is one who makes great use of what he knows; the able can, and the skillful runs. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« The glory is the reputation attached to self-esteem; It is at the climax, when admiration joined. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Untamed courage, in the heart of mortals, makes great heroes or serious criminals. »
Voltaire (Rome sauvée)

« Atrocious insults have never done harm to those who say them. »
Voltaire (Conseil à Louis Racine)

« The art of war is, like that of medicine, deadly and conjectural. »
Voltaire (Le Sottisier)

« What we call luck is and can only be ignored cause of a known effect. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« The real passions give strength, giving courage. »
Voltaire (Correspondance)

« In philosophy, we distrust what you believe you hear things you don't hear too easily, as well. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« It's not to pay his debts but to deny fair praise. »
Voltaire

« Anyone who thinks reminds. »
Voltaire (Fragments sur l'histoire)

« Those who argued that everything is said a folly: to say that all is for the best. »
Voltaire (Candide ou l'optimisme)

« A too quick judgment is often without justice. »
Voltaire (Catalina)

« All power, in a Word, perished by the indulgence. »
Voltaire (Alzire)

« Never use a new Word, unless it has these three qualities: be necessary, intelligible and sound. »
Voltaire (Conseils à un journaliste)

« All genres are good off the boring kind. »
Voltaire (L’enfant prodigue)

« A merit of poetry, it's says more than taking, and in less words than the prose. »
Voltaire

« In your youth do love, and your salvation in your old age. »
Voltaire

« I stop to die if he came me a good word. »
Voltaire

« Men never have remorse for the things they are use to. »
Voltaire

« Must this man could be a big ignorant, because it responds to everything asked of him. »
Voltaire

« When a man speaks to another man, who doesn't, and who speaks does not understand, they are metaphysics. »
Voltaire

« Politics is the art of lying about. »
Voltaire

« The vices of the spirit can be corrected; When the heart is bad, nothing can change it. »
Voltaire (Charlot)

« Know that the secret of the arts to correct nature. »
Voltaire (Épître à monsieur de Verrière)

« The discord is the biggest lot of mankind, and tolerance is the only cure. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« We can't live in the world without illusions; and as soon as we had a little, all illusions vanish. »
Voltaire (Correspondance)

« The countries where trade is more free will always be the richest and most successful, relatively speaking. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Rudder which can; and when it came to be the master, we govern as can be. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« When you read to learn, we see what has escaped, when we read with the eyes. »
Voltaire (Correspondance)

« The reason is the daughter of time, and she expects everything from his father. »
Voltaire (L'homme aux quarante écus)

« The sentence has its pleasures, the risk has its charms. »
Voltaire (La Henriade)

« If the opinion is the Queen of the world, philosophers govern this Queen. »
Voltaire (Lettre à D'Alembert)

« Men have been, are and will be carried out by events. »
Voltaire (Lettre au Duc de Choiseul du 13 Juillet 1761)

« The truth is a fruit that must be picked up unless it is quite mature. »
Voltaire (Lettre à la Comtesse de Barcewitz)

« In the opinion that there is a God there may be difficulties, but in the contrary view is nonsense. Also recognize that there is a God is the more likely that men might think. »
Voltaire

« God? We welcome us, but we don't speak. »
Voltaire (Correspondance)

« Why is there so much evil, all being formed by God that all theists agreed to appoint good? »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« What point money? And ambition! Poor unwary! Learn that in this royaumeTous honors are based on good, nothing is nothing, that nothing is worth nothing. »
Voltaire (Satires)

« Philosophy clearly shows us that there is a God, but is powerless to teach us what it is, how and why it does. It would be itself to know. »
Voltaire (Mélanges de philosophie)

« You must spend your life to love and thinking; This is the true life of the spirits. »
Voltaire (Micromégas)

« Must be fun to govern big, since so many people want to get involved. »
Voltaire

« So, what is the destiny of the human race? Almost no big people is ruled by himself. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« The French are not made for freedom. They in abusing. »
Voltaire (Lettre au prince de Prusse - Octobre 1737)

« Nature made us frivolous to console us in our misery. »
Voltaire

« The soldiers put on their knees when they shoot: apparently to ask forgiveness for the murder. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« Pray to God it's boast that with words, we'll change the nature. »
Voltaire (Le Sottisier)

« Bed discovers secrets. »
Voltaire (Le Sottisier)

« Grammarians are for authors which a luthier for a musician. »
Voltaire (Pensées, remarques et observations)

« Fanaticism is a monster who dares to say the son of religion. »
Voltaire

« It is not to be good for nothing than to be good about yourself. »
Voltaire

« Happiness is often the only thing that we can give without having and it's giving it acquires it. »
Voltaire

« In terms of taste, each must be the master at home. »
Voltaire (Discours historique et critique)

« A doctor is someone who pays drugs he knows little in a body he knows less. »
Voltaire (Epigrammes)

« The french speak quickly and act slowly. »
Voltaire (Lettre au Comte d'Argental)

« Half of the Switzerland is hell, and the other half heaven. »
Voltaire (Lettre à James Mariott)

« The fable is the older sister of history. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Know revenge, to suffer. »
Voltaire (Mérope)

« Humility is the antidote to pride. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Backbiting is daughter of self-love and idleness. »
Voltaire (Epîtres)

« Courage is not a virtue, but a quality common to the scoundrels and great men. »
Voltaire

« Although there are many books, believe me, few people read; and among those who read, there are many who don't use their eyes. »
Voltaire

« You have a religion and do not believe the priests; as you need plan and does not believe in doctors. »
Voltaire

« I approach slowly from the moment of philosophers and fools have the same destiny. »
Voltaire

« This is one of the superstitions of the human mind to have imagined that the virginity could be a virtue. »
Voltaire

« It is not God who created man, but the man who created God. »
Voltaire

« The man must be cheering to be frivolous; If it was not, it dry of pain, thinking that he was born for a day, between two eternities, and suffer eleven hours at least twelve. »
Voltaire

« The alphabet was the origin of all knowledge of the man and all his nonsense. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« The Kings are with their Ministers as cuckolds with their wives: they never know what is happening. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« A historian is a bulletin board that makes harassment to the dead. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« Hope is a food of our soul, always mixed with the poison of fear. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« The Incas had palaces inlaid with gold and covered with straw: emblem of many Governments. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« The words are thoughts that gold is to diamonds; It is necessary to implement, but it takes so little. »
Voltaire (Le Sottisier)

« I count more on the zeal of a man hoping a great reward on a man the have received. »
Voltaire (Remarques sur les pensées de Pascal)

« We found, in good policy, the secret to starve those who, by cultivating the Earth, live the others. »
Voltaire (Le Sottisier)

« If you see a banker jumping out of the window, jump behind him: you can be sure that there is some profit taking. »
Voltaire

« What is worse, is that war is an inevitable evil. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« When it comes to money, everyone is of the same religion. »
Voltaire

« That the torture of criminals are useful. A hanged man is no good, and a man sentenced to public works still serves the homeland and is a living lesson. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Who knows love and caring is above everything. »
Voltaire (Lettre à Mme Denis (sa nièce))

« Work away from us three great evils: boredom, vice, and need. »
Voltaire (Candide ou l'optimisme)

« Exterminate, great gods of the Earth where we are, anyone who with pleasure spreading the blood of men! »
Voltaire

« Repeat daily to all men: morality is one, it comes from God; dogmas are different, they come to us. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« There is perhaps nothing so crazy to believe always being right. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Any joke must be short, and even seriously should be short too. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Men hate the miser because there is nothing to win with him. »
Voltaire

« Notice that the more superstitious times have always been those of the most horrible crimes. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« The specific woes make the general good; so that more private misfortunes there and more all is well. »
Voltaire

« I decided to be happy because it's good for the health. »
Voltaire

« This world is a vast shipwreck: run for your life! »
Voltaire

« Politics has its source in the perversity more than in the greatness of the human spirit. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« We see of course that all religions have borrowed all their dogmas and their rituals from the other. »
Voltaire (De l'acoran et de la loi musulmane)

« The truths are fruits that should be picked as well walls. »
Voltaire (Correspondance)

« The misfortune of some makes the happiness of others. »
Voltaire (Candide ou l'optimisme)

« I lose my teeth. I die in detail. »
Voltaire

« The art of medicine is to distract the patient while nature heals. »
Voltaire

« Doubt is an unpleasant state of mind, but the certainty is ridiculous. »
Voltaire

« The Pope is an idol to which we tie the hands and who we fuck feet. »
Voltaire (Le Sottisier)

« The superfluous, if necessary. »
Voltaire

« Any law to be clear, uniform and precise: interpreting it, it is almost always corrupt. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Fanaticism is a thousand times more dangerous than philosophical atheism Monster. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« Who supports his madness by the murder, is a fanatic. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« This is usually a difficult task: it neglects what precedes and what follows the place one calls, and are exposed to a thousand quarrels. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« It is still little defeat gotta seduce. »
Voltaire

« We're sometimes more criminal than you think. »
Voltaire (Oedipe)

« And forgiving the crime becomes an accomplice. »
Voltaire (Brutus)

« The Jewish religion, mother of Christianity, Mohammedanism grandmother, beaten by his son and his grandson. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« Could never succeed in the world, revenge by to gossip. »
Voltaire (L'envieux)

« So many books made on paint by experts educate not so much a student than the mere sight of a head of Raphael. »
Voltaire (Oedipe)

« The world with slow walk towards wisdom. »
Voltaire (Les Lois de Minos)

« Variety, that's my motto. »
Voltaire (Correspondance)

« Woe to the details, posterity neglect them all. »
Voltaire (Correspondance)

« Great things are often easier than you might think. »
Voltaire (Correspondance)

« Work without reason; It is the only way to make life bearable. »
Voltaire (Candide ou l'optimisme)

« All sizes of this world are not worth a good friend. »
Voltaire (Jeannot et Colin)

« The history of the greatest princes often is the story of the faults of men. »
Voltaire (Le siècle de Louis XIV)

« I would always prefer things to words, and thinking to rhyme. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« When you travel by the way, we're taking the abuse for the laws of the country. »
Voltaire (Le Sottisier)

« Human reason is so little able to demonstrate by itself the immortality of the soul that the religion has been forced to reveal it to us. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Time softens everything. »
Voltaire (L'Ingénu)

« The men watered strong liquor all have embittered and adult blood which makes them crazy in a hundred different ways. »
Voltaire (La princesse de Babylone)

« Reading enlarges the soul, and a friend informed the console. »
Voltaire (L'Ingénu)

« Each profession has a vice and a danger attached. »
Voltaire (L'ingénu)

« The Greeks wrote so many phrases and so little. »
Voltaire (La princesse de Babylone)

« It's one that dominates on the spirits with the force of truth, not to those who are slaves by violence, we have to pay our respects. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Enthusiasm is a disease that is earned. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« The superstitious are in society what cowards are in an army: they have, and give panic terrors. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« There is no country on Earth where love has rendered the poets lovers. »
Voltaire (L'ingénu)

« Poetry is a kind of music: you have to hear to judge. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Cheat at the game without winning is a fool. »
Voltaire (Eloge de l'hypocrisie)

« No one would want to die, no one would want to be reborn. »
Voltaire (Poème sur le désastre de Lisbonne)

« I play with life, madame; She is good at it. »
Voltaire (Correspondance)

« Virtue is demeans for justification. »
Voltaire (Oedipe)

« Perhaps we do not know the reports that may be between a spider and the ring of Saturn, and continue to examine what is within our reach. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Passions are the winds that swells the sails of the ship; they sometimes overwhelm him, but without them it could sail. »
Voltaire (Zadig ou la destinée)

« We always talk bad when we have nothing to say. »
Voltaire

« Slanderers are like fire that blackens the Green wood, not being able to burn it. »
Voltaire (Le Sottisier)

« We all seek happiness, but without knowing where, like drunks looking for their home, knowing confusedly that they have one. »
Voltaire

« For most men, to correct is to change of defects. »
Voltaire

« Can desire what we do not know. »
Voltaire (Zaïre)

« There is a chance. »
Voltaire (Zadig ou la destinée)

« Beauty like in the eyes, the gentle charm the soul. »
Voltaire

« Fear follows crime, and his punishment. »
Voltaire (Sémiramis)

« The spirit is the opposite of money; less we have, the more satisfied. »
Voltaire

« Self-esteem is an inflated balloon of wind which he storms when you make a shot. »
Voltaire

« If God made us in his image, we him him well made. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« The world resembles an old coquette who disguises his age. »
Voltaire

« We respect the dead than the living. He would have had respect each and others. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire philosophique)

« What man is without error? And what a King without weakness? »
Voltaire (Brutus)

« We prefer his equal as his master. »
Voltaire

« We don't have new discoveries in the human heart. »
Voltaire

« It's not to be worthless to be good about yourself. »
Voltaire

« The secret of boring is to say everything. »
Voltaire (Mélanges)

« It is not for us to be not poor, but it still depends on us to enforce our poverty. »
Voltaire

« If you printed that useful, there is hundred times less books. »
Voltaire

« Nothing is easier to make than a bad book, if not a bad review. »
Voltaire

« The moment we are born is a step toward death. »
Voltaire (Supplément aux Mélanges de Poésie)

« A book is excusable only he learns something. »
Voltaire (Lettre à Damilaville)

« What can be concluded at the end of my long words? Prejudice is the reason of fools. »
Voltaire (Poème sur la Loi Naturelle)

« Men in general are similar to dogs that howl when they hear by far other dogs howl. »
Voltaire (Fragments historiques)

« At all times, in all places, the public is unfair. »
Voltaire (Epître à Melle Clairon)

« The compliments are fools Protocol. »
Voltaire

« Rivers are faster than rushing into the sea than men in error. »
Voltaire

« The weaknesses of men are the strength of women. »
Voltaire

« Almost always the things we say hit less than the way in which they are said. »
Voltaire

« Who cannot sympathize with the pain he has suffered. »
Voltaire

« Love who you love. »
Voltaire

« There's nothing more ridiculous than a doctor who does not die of old age. »
Voltaire

« The present labor, said to be from the future. »
Voltaire

« I pity the man overwhelmed with the weight of his leisure. »
Voltaire

« The beauty is only a trap set by nature to reason. »
Voltaire

« The friendship of a great man is a godsend. »
Voltaire (Oedipe)

« I was disgusted by the legal profession, it is the profusion of unnecessary things which they tried to charge my brain. By the way! is my motto. »
Voltaire (Lettre au marquis d'Argenson)

« This isn't love needed paint blind, it's self-esteem. »
Voltaire (Lettre - 11 Mai 1764)

« More you meditated, it is in condition to affirm that we know nothing. »
Voltaire

« The ear is the way of the heart. »
Voltaire

« The cautious is good, the righteous to others. »
Voltaire

« Often despair won battles. »
Voltaire (La Henriade)

« I like small streams; they are transparent because they are shallow. »
Voltaire

« Most words are of the repetitions. »
Voltaire

« Education develops the faculties, but does not create them. »
Voltaire

« I count more on the role of a man hoping a great reward on a man the have received. »
Voltaire

« There is that workers who know the value of time; they will always pay. »
Voltaire

« The best Government is one where there is the least amount of useless men. »
Voltaire

« Those who cultivate fertile land have a great advantage over those who are cleared. »
Voltaire

« It is great conqueror point which is not great policy. A conqueror is a man whose head is used, with a happy skill, the arms of others. »
Voltaire (Essai sur les moeurs)

« One can judge the character of the men by their companies. »
Voltaire

« It's better late than evil, and this in any kind. »
Voltaire

« Say the secret of others is a betrayal, say his is foolish. »
Voltaire

« The beautiful minds meet. »
Voltaire

« More men will be informed and they will be free. »
Voltaire

« The only way to force the men to speak well of us, it is to make. »
Voltaire

« The pain is as necessary as death. »
Voltaire

« He should be ashamed of mistakes and not to admit them. »
Voltaire

« Is a good weight weighing only a name too soon famous. »
Voltaire (La Henriade)

« Always fun is not fun. »
Voltaire (Zadig ou la destinée)

« Anyone who is suspicious calls to betray him. »
Voltaire (Zaïre)

« If the man was perfect, it would be God. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Each science, each study has its unintelligible jargon, which seems not to be invented to defend the approaches. »
Voltaire (Essai sur la poésie épique)

« We need ways to the living; We need the dead than the truth. »
Voltaire (Oedipe)

« Men are insects are devouring each other on a tiny atom of mud. »
Voltaire (Zadig ou la destinée)

« Happy is he who enjoys pleasantly in the world! More happy who cares and who runs! »
Voltaire (Lettre)

« God gave us the live; It is to live us to give us the good. »
Voltaire (Le sottisier)

« When have well said you that life is a child it takes to rock until he falls asleep, I'd say what I know. »
Voltaire (Correspondance)

« Can, to debase, to stoop under the gods, fear them and serve them. »
Voltaire (Sémiramis)

« Inveterate abuses are self-correcting over time. »
Voltaire (Eloge funèbre de Louis XV)

« A proverb is not a reason. »
Voltaire

« Some authority on men, to be distinguished from them. That's why the magistrates and priests have square caps. »
Voltaire

« If he had to choose, I'd hate the tyranny of one than many less. A despot has always a few moments; a meeting of bullies has never. »
Voltaire

« Politics is the first of the arts and the last trades. »
Voltaire

« Natural law is the instinct that makes us feel justice. »
Voltaire (Dictionnaire Philosophique)

« Is it not shameful that fanatics have the zeal and the wise do not? »
Voltaire (Pensées détachées de M. l’abbé de Saint-Pierre)

« I did a bit of good, it is my best work. »
Voltaire (Epîtres à Horace)

« The big deal and the only one we have, it's to live happily. »
Voltaire (Lettre)

« Man is born for action, as the fire tends at the top and the stone at the bottom. »
Voltaire (Sur les pensées de M. Pascal)

« The first step, my son, that is in is one that depends on the rest of our days. »
Voltaire (L’Indiscret)

« The world embarrass me and I don't then consider that this clock exists and has no watchmaker. »
Voltaire (Les Cabales)

« The interest I have to believe a thing is not proof of the existence of this thing. »
Voltaire (Lettres philosophiques)

« Nothing happens without a bit of enthusiasm. »
Voltaire (Lettre)

« The human species is the only one who knows that she must die. »
Voltaire

« If God did not exist, it should be invented. »
Voltaire (Epître)

« It is better to risk saving a guilty person than to convict an innocent man. »
Voltaire (Zadig ou la destinée)

« God created women to tame men. »
Voltaire (L’ingénu)

« Someday, everything will be fine, that's our Esperancetout is well today, that's the illusion. »
Voltaire (Poème sur le désastre de Lisbonne)

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