„Here’s the pay paradox that Why Men Earn More explains: Men earn more money, therefore men have more power; and men earn more money, therefore men have less power (earning more money as an obligation, not an option). The opposite is true for women: Women earn less money, therefore women have less power; and women earn less money, therefore women have more power (the option to raise children, or to not take a hazardous job).“
— Warren Farrell author, spokesperson, expert witness, political candidate 1943
„We are the sum of our achievements, nothing more and nothing less. The mountain road which led us here was built by a dead people none of us would remember otherwise. What we create is the only part of us which can survive, or has the right to. Man is nothing, except to other men.“
— Tanith Lee British writer 1947 - 2015
Book Two, Part V “Tower-Eshkorek”, Chapter 3 (p. 303)
„There is nothing man desires more than a heroic life: there is nothing less common to men than heroism.“
— Jacques Maritain French philosopher 1882 - 1973
True Humanism (1938), p. xi.
„I shall work for the Republican party and call on all women to join me, precisely... for what that party has done and promises to do for women, nothing more, nothing less.“
— Susan B. Anthony American women's rights activist 1820 - 1906
Letter to Elizabeth Cady Stanton (Autumn 1872)
— Sir Henry Hobart, 1st Baronet English politician 1554 - 1625
Bruton v. Morris (1614), Lord Hobart's Rep. 182.
„But in reason if one man has no right to command all other men--the expedient of despotism--neither has he any right to command even one other man; nor yet have ten men, or a million, the right to command even one other man, for ten times nothing is nothing, and a million times nothing is nothing.“
— Isabel Paterson author and editor 1886 - 1961
— Pedro Muñoz Seca Spanish writer 1879 - 1936
— Livy Roman historian -59 - 17 a.C.
Book X, sec. 28
„Nothing is so discreet as a young face, for nothing is less mobile; it has the serenity, the surface smoothness, and the freshness of a lake. There is no character in women’s faces before the age of thirty.“
— Honoré de Balzac French writer 1799 - 1850
Ch. VI: The Old Age of a Guilty Mother
— George Savile, 1st Marquess of Halifax English politician 1633 - 1695
Princes (their Rewards of Servants).
— Mignon McLaughlin American journalist 1913 - 1983