Weakness Of Man Quotes

Weakness Of Man Quotes by Clement of Alexandria, Warren Farrell, Arthur Schopenhauer, Martin Luther King, Jr., Ludwig von Mises, Erich Fromm and many others.

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For the Divine Being cannot be declared as it exists: but as we who are fettered in the flesh were able to listen, so the prophets spake to us; the Lord savingly accommodating Himself to the weakness of men.
Clement of Alexandria
The weakness of men is the facade of strength; the strength of women is the facade of weakness.
Warren Farrell
The doctor sees all the weakness of mankind; the lawyer all the wickedness, the theologian all the stupidity.
Arthur Schopenhauer
In this world is a God whose matchless strength is a fit contrast to the sordid weakness of man.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
All people, entrepreneurs as well as non-entrepreneurs, look askance upon any profits earned by other people. Envy is a common weakness of men. People are loath to acknowledge the fact that they themselves could have earned profits if they had displayed the same foresight and judgment the successful businessman did.
Ludwig von Mises
Man’s biological weakness is the condition of human culture.
Erich Fromm