Matthew Arnold

1822 - 1888

A Quote by Matthew Arnold on greatness, spirituality, and spiritual

Greatness is a spiritual condition.

Matthew Arnold (1822 - 1888)

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A Quote by Matthew Arnold on science, god, fulfill, and meaning

For science, God is simply the stream of tendency by which all things seek to fulfill the law of their being.

Matthew Arnold (1822 - 1888)

Source: Literature and Dogma

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A Quote by Matthew Arnold on women, healing, time, and era

"If ever there comes a time when the women of the world come together purely and simply for the benefit of {hu}mankind, it will be a force such as the world has never known."

Matthew Arnold (1822 - 1888)

Source: British poet and philosopher (1822-1888)

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A Quote by Matthew Arnold on death

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Wandering between two worlds,-one dead, The other powerless to be born.

Matthew Arnold (1822 - 1888)

Source: Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse.

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A Quote by Matthew Arnold on disease and life

This strange disease of modern life, With its sick hurry.

Matthew Arnold (1822 - 1888)

Source: The Scholar-Gipsy

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A Quote by Matthew Arnold on thought

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The kings of modern thought are dumb.

Matthew Arnold (1822 - 1888)

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A Quote by Matthew Arnold on birth and time

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A wanderer is man from his birth. He was born in a ship On the breast of the river of Time.

Matthew Arnold (1822 - 1888)

Source: The Future

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A Quote by Matthew Arnold on death, men, and truth

Truth sits upon the lips of dying men.

Matthew Arnold (1822 - 1888)

Source: Sohrab and Rustum

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A Quote by Matthew Arnold on art, knowledge, and questions

Others abide our question. Thou art free. We ask and ask. Thou smilest and art still, Out-topping knowledge.

Matthew Arnold (1822 - 1888)

Source: Shakespeare.

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A Quote by Matthew Arnold on argument, heart, mind, and women

With women the heart argues, not the mind.

Matthew Arnold (1822 - 1888)

Source: Merope

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