Katharine Elizabeth Fullerton - Quotes

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All violations of essential privacy are brutalizing. ---->>>

Simplicity is an acquired taste. Mankind, left free, instinctively complicates life. ---->>>

The real drawback to the simple life is that it is not simple. If you are living it, you positively can do nothing else. There is not time. ---->>>

Educational legislation nowadays is largely in the hands of illiterate people, and the illiterate will take good care that their illiteracy is not made a reproach on them. ---->>>

There is no morality by instinct. There is no social salvation in the end without taking thought; without mastery of logic and application of logic to human experience. ---->>>

Civilization is merely an advance in taste: accepting, all the time, nicer things, and rejecting nasty ones. ---->>>

Ignorance of what real learning is, and a consequent suspicion of it; materialism, and a consequent intellectual laxity, both of these have done destructive work in the colleges. ---->>>

Most men have always wanted as much as they could get; and possession has always blunted the fine edge of their altruism. ---->>>

Originality usually amounts only to plagiarizing something unfamiliar. ---->>>

The insidiousness of science lies in its claim to be not a subject, but a method. ---->>>

It is a poor cause which has to be lied for regularly. ---->>>

No fashion has ever been created expressly for the lean purse or for the fat woman: the dressmaker's ideal is the thin millionaires. ---->>>

Conventional manners are a kind of literacy test for the alien who comes among us. ---->>>

Social distinctions concern themselves ultimately with whom you may and may not marry. ---->>>

One of the reasons, surely, why women have been credited with less perfect veracity than men is that the burden of conventional falsehood falls chiefly on them. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 1879
Die: 06-21, 2015
Occupation: Writer