Mary Ritter Beard Quotes

Top 14 wise famous quotes and sayings by Mary Ritter Beard

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Mary Ritter Beard quotes: The origin of the labor movement lies in self-defense ... The origin of the labor movement lies in self-defense ...
Mary Ritter Beard quotes: Action without study fatal. Study without action is futile ... Action without study fatal. Study without action is futile ...
Mary Ritter Beard quotes: Leisure for reverie, gay or somber, does much to enrich life. Leisure for reverie, gay or somber, does much to enrich life.
Mary Ritter Beard quotes: It's only very recently that women have succeeded in entering those professions which, as Muses, they typified for the Greeks. It's only very recently that women have succeeded in entering those professions which, as Muses, they typified for the Greeks.
Mary Ritter Beard quotes: In matters pertaining to the care of life there has been no marked gain over Greek and Roman antiquity. In matters pertaining to the care of life there has been no marked gain over Greek and Roman antiquity.
Mary Ritter Beard quotes: Unless one's philosophy is all-inclusive, nothing can be understood. Unless one's philosophy is all-inclusive, nothing can be understood.
Mary Ritter Beard quotes: Democracy cannot sustain itself amid a high degree of violence. Democracy cannot sustain itself amid a high degree of violence.
Mary Ritter Beard quotes: Could anyone fail to be depressed by a book he or she has published? Don't we always outgrow them the moment the last page has been written? Could anyone fail to be depressed by a book he or she has published? Don't we always outgrow them the moment the last page has been written?
Mary Ritter Beard quotes: The 'public' - a term often used in America to indicate the great metropolitan newspapers. The 'public' - a term often used in America to indicate the great metropolitan newspapers.