To know all about anything is to know how to deal with it under all circumstances.
It is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence.
If a belief is not realized immediately in open deeds, it is stored up for the guidance of the future.
Nor is it that truly a belief at all which has not some influence upon the actions of him who holds it.
To sum up: it is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence.
No simplicity of mind, no obscurity of station, can escape the universal duty of questioning all that we believe.
We may always depend on it that algebra, which cannot be translated into good English and sound common sense, is bad algebra.
Our lives our guided by that general conception of the course of things which has been created by society for social purposes.
When an action is once done, it is right or wrong for ever; no accidental failure of its good or evil fruits can possibly alter that.
He who truly believes that which prompts him to an action has looked upon the action to lust after it, he has committed it already in his heart.