These written laws are just like spiders’ webs; the small and feeble may be caught and entangled in them, but the rich and mighty force through and despise them.
Play so that you may be serious.
Every man is his own chief enemy.
- Bias of Priene Greek Orator
- Heraclitus Ancient Greek Philosopher
- Laozi Chinese Philosopher
- Pythagoras Greek Philosopher
- Jean-Jacques Rousseau French Philosopher
- Johann Gottfried Herder German Lutheran Philosopher
- Geoffrey Chaucer English Poet
- Lucretius Roman Epicurean Philosopher
- Ludwig Wittgenstein Austrian-born British Philosopher
- Michel de Montaigne French Essayist