Richard Weaver Quotes


7 Richard Weaver quotes:



"Man is a mixture of good and evil, and he can never be perfected in this life. The notion of his natural goodness is a delusive theory which will blow up any social order that is predicated upon it."
Author: Weaver Quotes Category: Evil Quotes
"Equality is a disorganizing concept in so far as human relations mean order."
Author: Weaver Quotes Category: Equality Quotes
"In the last analysis, provincialism is your belief in yourself, in your neighborhood, in your reality. It is patriotism without belligerence. Convincing cases have been made to show that all great art is provincial in the sense of reflecting a place, a time, and a Zeitgeist."
Author: Weaver Quotes Category: Belief Quotes
"The assertion of purpose in a world we felt to be purposeless would be a form of sentimentality."
Author: Weaver Quotes Category: Purpose Quotes
"People who give up their own land too readily need careful weighing, exactly as do those who are so with their convictions. Even Solomon said that the eyes of a fool are in the ends of the earth. One gives up the part for the whole only to discover that without parts there is no whole."
Author: Weaver Quotes Category: Land Quotes
"The Southerner tends to look upon nature as something which is given and something which is finally inscrutable. This is equivalent to saying that he looks upon it as the creation of a Creator."
Author: Weaver Quotes Category: Nature Quotes
"Where simple massness exists, everyone is in everyone else's way, and a certain perilious liberty has been traded for stultification."
Author: Weaver Quotes Category: Liberty Quotes



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