Cicero

106 - 43 BC

A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on discovery and disease

Physicians, when the cause of disease is discovered, consider that the cure is discovered.

Cicero (106 - 43 BC)

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on change, entertainment, and fortune

Nothing contributes to the entertainment of the reader more, than the change of times and the vicissitudes of fortune.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on inconsistency and mind

No well-informed person ever imputed inconsistency to another for changing his mind.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on children, gifts, and providence

What gift has providence bestowed on man that is so dear to him as his children?

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on economics, people, and understanding

People do not understand what a great revenue economy is.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on abuse and argument

When you have no basis for an argument, abuse the plaintiff.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on advice

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No one can give you better advice than yourself.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero

If a man aspires to the highest place, it is no dishonor to him to halt at the second, or even at the third.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on honor

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When you are aspiring to the highest place, it is honorable to reach the second or even the third rank.

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A Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero on arrogance, balance, budgets, control, debt, government, learning, life, people, and work

The national budget must be balanced. The public debt must be reduced; the arrogance of the authorities must be moderated and controlled. Payments to foreign governments must be reduced, if Rome doesn't want to become bankrupt. People must again learn to work, instead of living on public assistance.

Cicero (106 - 43 BC)

Source: 63 B.C.

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