Since the social victim has been oppressed by society, he comes to feel that his individual life will be improved more by changes in society than by his own initiative. Without realizing it, he makes society rather than himself the agent of change. The power he finds in his victimization may lead him to collective […]
We cannot hope for a society in which formal organized religion dies out. But we can stop behaving as if it was worthy of our collective respect.
Society is madhouse whose wardens are the officials and the police.
One great society alone on earth: the noble living and the noble dead.
Society is a madhouse whose wardens are the officials and police.
Society is like air; very high up, it is sublimated – too low down, a perfect choke-damp.
Society, my dear, is like salt water, good to swim in but hard to swallow.
Keep not ill men company lest you increase the number.
There is no such thing as society: there are individual men and women, and there are families.
He keeps his road well enough who gets rid of bad company.