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Phaedrus (15 BC - 50 AD)
Roman author of fables [more author details]
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Aggression unchallenged is aggression unleashed.
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It is destruction to the weak man to attempt to imitate the powerful.
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Men in however high a station ought to fear the humble.
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The humble suffer when the mighty disagree.
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The mind ought sometimes to be diverted that it may return the better to thinking.
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There is danger in both belief and unbelief.
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To add insult to injury.
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Showing quotations 1 to 7 of 7 total.
 
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