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No well-informed person ever imputed inconsistency to another for changing his mind. — Marcus Tullius Cicero

Preachers in pulpits talked about what a great message is in the book. No matter what you do, somebody always imputes meaning into your books. — Dr. Seuss

The power of fortune is confessed only by the miserable, for the happy impute all their success to prudence or merit. — Jonathan Swift

I am an Epicurean. I consider the genuine (not the imputed) doctrines of Epicurus as containing everything rational in moral philosophy which Greek and Roman leave to us. — Thomas Jefferson

It is very natural for young men to be vehement, acrimonious and severe. For as they seldom comprehend at once all the consequences of a position, or perceive the difficulties by which cooler and more experienced reasoners are restrained from confidence, they form their conclusions with great precipitance. Seeing nothing that can darken or embarrass the question, they expect to find their own opinion universally prevalent, and are inclined to impute uncertainty and hesitation to want of honesty, rather than of knowledge. — Samuel Johnson

This imputation of inconsistency is one to which every sound politician and every honest thinker must sooner or later subject himself. The foolish and the dead alone never change their opinion. — James Russell Lowell

All this pitting of sex against sex, of quality against quality; all this claiming of superiority and imputing of inferiority, belong to the private-school stage of human existence where there are sides and it is necessary for one side to beat another side, and of the utmost importance to walk up to a platform and receive from the hands of the Headmaster a highly ornamental pot. As people mature, they cease to believe in sides or in Headmasters or in highly ornamental pots. — Virginia Woolf

No liberal man would impute a charge of unsteadiness to another for having changed his opinion. — Marcus Tullius Cicero