Talk:Joxe Azurmendi

From Wikiquote
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Unsourced translations[edit]

If these are self-translated, original text must be provided and translations must be reviewed by other editors.

  • Is not true that, in this world, before being paper citizens we are our mother's sons in the flesh. What is a human being in reality? To start from the beginning: What are peoples, cultures and what are then custom-houses, parliaments and states? Everybody carries a nursery rhyme in the soul, but nobody carries a passport or a custom-house in the soul.
  • Indifferent culture loves praetorian order.
  • The philosopher is not someone who has thought instead of us but rather someone who makes us think.
  • Tyranny, when they are strong, and democracies, when they are weak, can not tolerate criticism.