„If teleological study of the world is philosophy, and if the Law commands such a study, then the Law commands philosophy.“

—  Averroes, The Decisive Treatise, FM 44 as cited in: Oliver Leaman (2002) An Introduction to Classical Islamic Philosophy, p. 179
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„Asked what he gained from philosophy, he answered, "To do without being commanded what others do from fear of the laws."“

—  Diogenes Laërtius biographer of ancient Greek philosophers 180 - 240
The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers (c. 200 A.D.), Book 5: The Peripatetics, Aristotle, 9.

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„A Freedom fighter, administrator, and a statesman, attained the status of an internationally acclaimed intellectual in the fields of international relations, rule of law, philosophy, and comparative study of religions.“

—  Shankar Dayal Sharma Indian politician 1918 - 1999
Commissions and Omissions by Indian Presidents and Their Conflicts with the Prime Ministers Under the Constitution: 1977-2001, P.A.Sangama in: p. 233.

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„Philosophy stands in the same relation to the study of the actual world as masturbation to sexual love.“

—  Karl Marx, The German Ideology
(1845/46), The German Ideology, International Publishers, ed. Chris Arthur, p. 103.

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„If I had followed the multitude, I should not have studied philosophy.“

—  Chrysippus ancient Greek philosopher -281 - -208 a.C.
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„When we study law we are not studying a mystery but a well-known profession.“

—  Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. United States Supreme Court justice 1841 - 1935
1890s, The Path of the Law (1897), Context: When we study law we are not studying a mystery but a well-known profession. We are studying what we shall want in order to appear before judges, or to advise people in such a way as to keep them out of court. The reason why it is a profession, why people will pay lawyers to argue for them or to advise them, is that in societies like ours the command of the public force is intrusted to the judges in certain cases, and the whole power of the state will be put forth, if necessary, to carry out their judgments and decrees. People want to know under what circumstances and how far they will run the risk of coming against what is so much stronger than themselves, and hence it becomes a business to find out when this danger is to be feared. The object of our study, then, is prediction, the prediction of the incidence of the public force through the instrumentality of the courts.

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