And it will often happen that a man with wealth in the form of coined money will not have enough to eat; and what a ridiculous kind of wealth is that which even in abundance will not save you from dying with hunger!

Aristotle

Aristotle

Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: Greek

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We laugh at inferior or ugly individuals, because we feel a joy at feeling superior to them.

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Any polis which is truly so called, and is not merely one in name, must devote itself to the end of encouraging goodness. Otherwise, political association sinks into a mere alliance.

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Justice is the loveliest and health is the best, but the sweetest to obtain is the heart's desire.

Envy is pain at the good fortune of others.

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Law is mind without reason.

Hence, in a constitutional government the fighting-men have the supreme power, and those who possess arms are the citizens.

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Democracy arises out of the notion that those who are equal in any respect are equal in all respects; because men are equally free, they claim to be absolutely equal.

For instance, it is not the function of medicine to restore a patient to health, but only to promote this end as far as possible; for even those whose recovery is impossible may be properly treated.