Salvador De Madariaga Quotes

Top 17 wise famous quotes and sayings by Salvador De Madariaga

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Salvador De Madariaga quotes: Literature is an art, and the essence of all art is mood. Literature is an art, and the essence of all art is mood.
Salvador De Madariaga quotes: The best pastimes for a true enjoyer of leisure who has to stay at home ... : reading by the fireside ... Listening to music. The best pastimes for a true enjoyer of leisure who has to stay at home ... : reading by the fireside ... Listening to music.
Salvador De Madariaga quotes: No one has ever succeeded in keeping nations at war except by lies. No one has ever succeeded in keeping nations at war except by lies.
Salvador De Madariaga quotes: Considering how bad men are, it is wonderful how well they behave. Considering how bad men are, it is wonderful how well they behave.
Salvador De Madariaga quotes: The arts which need interpretation are the arts of time music and poetry and not the arts of space sculpture and painting. The arts which need interpretation are the arts of time
music and poetry
and not the arts of space
sculpture and painting.
Salvador De Madariaga quotes: A general must be shot or befriended - but never hurt. A general must be shot or befriended - but never hurt.
Salvador De Madariaga quotes: Liberty of thought means liberty to communicate one's thought. Liberty of thought means liberty to communicate one's thought.
Salvador De Madariaga quotes: Inequality is the inevitable consequence of liberty. Inequality is the inevitable consequence of liberty.
Salvador De Madariaga quotes: The criminal excesses of unlimited capitalistic liberty had soon been checked thanks to the unlimited liberty of the press. The criminal excesses of unlimited capitalistic liberty had soon been checked thanks to the unlimited liberty of the press.
Salvador De Madariaga quotes: Art is the conveyance of spirit by means of matter. Art is the conveyance of spirit by means of matter.
Salvador De Madariaga quotes: Sermons seldom convert sinners; they sometimes goad them into more sin. Sermons seldom convert sinners; they sometimes goad them into more sin.
Salvador De Madariaga quotes: Circumstances are the seeds of literature. Circumstances are the seeds of literature.