” A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it. “


” Taking something from one man and making it worse is plagiarism. “


” A man of letters never objects to a slum. He sharpens his pen there. “


” The right of property holds good in all society, but in the West, ethics invade the personal life in a manner unknown to the East, so much so that the Oriental stands agape at our folly, knowing well that every man brings different instincts and ideas into the world with him. “


” To what better purpose can a man’s energy be devoted, and his talents, than the resuscitation of his country’s language? “


” You will find in me a middle aged man with a career behind me sufficiently brilliant to enable me to talk about many things interestingly, and I am not an unkindly soul, I believe. “



All 6 George A. Moore Quotes about Man in picture


A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.
Taking something from one man and making it worse is plagiarism.
A man of letters never objects to a slum. He sharpens his pen there.
The right of property holds good in all society, but in the West, ethics invade the personal life in a manner unknown to the East, so much so that the Oriental stands agape at our folly, knowing well that every man brings different instincts and ideas into the world with him.
To what better purpose can a man
You will find in me a middle aged man with a career behind me sufficiently brilliant to enable me to talk about many things interestingly, and I am not an unkindly soul, I believe.

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