Very few of the early Italian humanists were really humane.
Democracy is now going forth on a crusade against imperialism.
The true humanist maintains a just balance between sympathy and selection.
The humanitarian lays stress almost solely upon breadth of knowledge and sympathy.
Anyone who thus looks up has some chance of becoming worthy to be looked up to in turn.
Act strenuously, would appear to be our faith, and right thinking will take care of itself.
Robespierre, however, was not the type of leader finally destined to emerge from the Revolution.
If quantitatively the American achievement is impressive, qualitatively it is somewhat less satisfying.
The human mind, if it is to keep its sanity, must maintain the nicest balance between unity and plurality.
According to the new ethics, virtue is not restrictive but expansive, a sentiment and even an intoxication.