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While moral rules may be propounded by authority the fact that these were so propounded would not validate them. — Sir Alfred Jules Ayer

I do not have, nor do I believe I have seen, a vision capacious and convincing enough to propound as an organizing principle for the next phase in the law of our Constitution. — Laurence Tribe

The irrepressible conflict propounded by abolitionism has produced now its legitimate fruits - disunion. — John H. Reagan

My beloved church misunderstood me. It preached the corruptibility of humanity when I came to demonstrate its potential for incorruptibility. It propounded the sinfulness of humanity when I suffered to reveal your godliness and to overcome your guilt by demonstrating that you can totally rise above the death of the body. — Barbara Marx Hubbard

All methods and techniques - and of course all human beings who propound them - are merely instruments to help the student obtain a methodless, technique-free, teacherless state. — Paul Brunton

You should not put too much trust in any unproved conjecture, even if it has been propounded by a great authority, even if it has been propounded by yourself. You should try to prove it or disprove it. — George Polya

I have discovered that man is superior to the system he propounds. — Mahatma Gandhi

The sceptics end in the infidelity which asserts the problem to be insoluble, or in the atheism which denies the existence of any orderly progress and governance of things: the men of genius propound solutions which grow into systems of Theology or of Philosophy, or veiled in musical language which suggests more than it asserts, take the shape of the Poetry of an epoch. — Thomas Huxley