In this post, you will find great Falsehood Quotes from famous people, such as Edmund Burke, Hesiod, Richard Dreyfuss, David Hume, George Eliot. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Falsehood is a perennial spring.
Falsehood is easy, truth so difficult.
The dictum that truth always triumphs over persecution is one of the pleasant falsehoods which men repeat after one another till they pass into commonplaces, but which all experience refutes.
Truth, like light, blinds. Falsehood, on the contrary, is a beautiful twilight that enhances every object.
The greatest truth is honesty, and the greatest falsehood is dishonesty.
We have to challenge lies. We have to challenge falsehoods and conspiracy theories. If you don’t, they fester – unchecked and unchallenged.
When there are falsehoods and ludicrous statements made at briefings, we’ve got to call that out.
One of the greatest falsehoods of American politics over the past several decades is that the Republican party is the party of fiscal responsibility.
The priest is the personification of falsehood.
Truth is so obscure in these times, and falsehood so established, that, unless we love the truth, we cannot know it.
Together, the western elites and Gaddafi helped to lead us into a simplistic two-dimensional vision of the world – full of exaggerations and falsehoods. A fake bubble of certainty that has imprisoned us in the West – and is now preventing us from understanding what is really going on in the world outside.
It is an affront to treat falsehood with complaisance.
Truth is confirmed by inspection and delay; falsehood by haste and uncertainty.
It is astonishing what force, purity, and wisdom it requires for a human being to keep clear of falsehoods.
It’s a falsehood to state that francophone communities are thriving.
The truth cannot be asserted without denouncing the falsehood.
The main cause is a pernicious falsehood propagated against her being, namely that she is inferior by her nature. Inferior in what? What has man ever done that woman, under the same advantages could not do?
Falsehood is invariably the child of fear in one form or another.