„To reform the world - means to reform upbringing…“

Última actualización 3 de Junio de 2021. Historia
Janusz Korczak Foto
Janusz Korczak11
1878 - 1942

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„The world will not reform for all your meddling.“

—  Molière, El misántropo

Et c’est une folie, à nulle autre, seconde,
De vouloir se mêler de corriger le monde.
As published in Le Misanthrope, Molière, tr. Curtis Hidden Page, G.P. Putnam’s Sons (1913), p. 12
Variant translation: Of all follies there is none greater than wanting to make the world a better place.
As contained in The Columbia Dictionary of Quotations, ed. Robert Andrews, Columbia University Press (1993), p.772 : ISBN 0231071949
Act I, sc. 1, lines 155-156 (Philinte)
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„Reform the world within thyself, which is thy proper world.“

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„The free world should not wait for dictatorial regimes to consent to reform.“

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Page 278.
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„I must strive to reform myself and people of the entire world.“

—  Muhammad Ilyas Qadri Founder of Dawat-e-Islami 1950

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„On law reform …“

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„Evils we have had continually calling for reformation, and reformations more grievous than any evils.“

—  Edmund Burke, libro A Vindication of Natural Society

A Vindication of Natural Society (1756)
Contexto: We scarce ever had a prince, who by fraud, or violence, had not made some infringement on the constitution. We scarce ever had a parliament which knew, when it attempted to set limits to the royal authority, how to set limits to its own. Evils we have had continually calling for reformation, and reformations more grievous than any evils. Our boasted liberty sometimes trodden down, sometimes giddily set up, and ever precariously fluctuating and unsettled; it has only been kept alive by the blasts of continual feuds, wars, and conspiracies.

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„Reform, that we may preserve.“

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