Ethics And Morals Quotes

 A thing moderately good is not so good as it ought to be. Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice. 
Author: Thomas Paine
Nationality: American
b. 29 January 1737  - d. 8 June 1809
  
 Action and care will in time wear down the strongest frame, but guilt and melancholy are poisons of quick dispatch. 
Author: Thomas Paine
Nationality: American
b. 29 January 1737  - d. 8 June 1809
  
 Any system of religion that has anything in it that shocks the mind of a child, cannot be a true system. 
Author: Thomas Paine
Nationality: American
b. 29 January 1737  - d. 8 June 1809
  
 For some days I quietly worked out in my own mind the metaphysics of Cosmic Unity. The more I thought about it, the more convinced I became that it was the living truth. It was logically incontrovertible. It provided for the first time a firm foundation for ethics. It offered mankind the radical change of heart and mind that was our only hope of peace at a time of desperate danger. Only one small problem remained. I must find a way to convert the world to my way of thinking. 
Author: Freeman John Dyson
Nationality: English
b. December 1923
  
 Man must be disciplined, for he is by nature raw and wild. 
Author: Immanuel Kant
Nationality: German
b. 22 April 1724  - d. 12 February 1804
  
 Nothing is ever lost by courtesy. It is the cheapest of the pleasures; costs nothing and conveys much. It pleases him who gives and him who receives, and thus, like mercy, it is twice blessed. 
Author: Erastus Wiman
Nationality: Canadian
b. 21 April 1834  - d. 9 February 1904
  
 She must know all the needs of a rational being, Be skilled to keep counsel, To comfort, To coax And, above all things else, Be accomplished at seeing My jokes. 
Author: Sir Owen Seaman
Nationality: British
b. 18 September 1861  - d. 2 February 1936
  
 It is not necessary that whilst I live I live happily; but it is necessary that so long as I live I should live honourably. 
Author: Immanuel Kant
Nationality: German
b. 22 April 1724  - d. 12 February 1804
  
  It was important that they were supposedly untreated, and it would be undesirable to go ahead and use large amounts of penicillin to treat the disease, because you'd interfere with the study.  
Author: John Charles Cutler
Nationality: American
b. 29 June 1929  - d. 08 February 2003
  
 The Tuskegee study has been grossly misunderstood and misrepresented this way. And the fact was that it was concern for the black community, trying to set the stage for the best public health approach possible and best therapy, that led to the study being carried out. My regret is in terms of the study, I have none, as a scientist, and say, one would like to have seen an ideal scientific study, but we're dealing with human beings over a long period of time, and this is impossible. 
Author: John Charles Cutler
Nationality: American
b. 29 June 1929  - d. 08 February 2003
  
 Some will die. Itís in the interest of the total society. These men in Tuskegee helped us learn how to treat syphilis among blacks. They were serving their race. 
Author: John Charles Cutler
Nationality: American
b. 29 June 1929  - d. 08 February 2003
  
 It is becoming just as clear to us as it appears to be to you that it would not be advisable to have too many people concerned with this work in order to keep down talk and premature writing. We are just a little bit concerned about the possibility of having anything said about our program that would adversely affect its continuation. 
Author: John Charles Cutler
Nationality: American
b. 29 June 1929  - d. 08 February 2003
  




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