George Berkeley quotes

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Religion is the centre which unites, and the cement which connects the several parts of members of the political body.
All those who write either explicitly or by insinuation against the dignity, freedom, and immortality of the human soul, may so fa ...
A man needs no arguments to make him discern and approve what is beautiful: it strikes at first sight, and attracts without a reas ...
A mind at liberty to reflect on its own observations, if it produce nothing useful to the world, seldom fails of entertainment to ...
The love of truth, virtue, and the happiness of mankind are specious pretexts, but not the inward principles that set divines at w ...
Others indeed may talk, and write, and fight about liberty, and make an outward pretence to it; but the free-thinker alone is trul ...
Casting an eye on the education of children, from whence I can make a judgment of my own, I observe they are instructed in religio ...
The most ingenious men are now agreed, that [universities] are only nurseries of prejudice, corruption, barbarism, and pedantry.
It seems, Euphranor..., that there is nothing so singularly absurd as we are apt to think, in the belief of mysteries; and that a ...
Of all men living [priests] are our greatest enemies. If it were possible, they would extinguish the very light of nature, turn th ...
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