Marcus Fabius Quintilianus Quotes

The gifts of nature are infinite in their variety, and mind differs from mind almost as much as body from body.

Whenever we crucify the guilty, the most, crowded roads are chosen, where most people can see and be moved by this fear. For penalties relate not so much to retribution as to their exemplary effect.

Above all things we must take care that the child, who is not old enough to love his studies, does not come to hate them and dread the bitterness which he once tasted, even when the years of infancy are left behind. His studies must be made an amusement.