Marcus Tullius CiceroMarcus Tullius Cicero, (106-43 B.C.) Roman Statesman, Philosopher and Orator

Marcus Tullius Cicero Quote

“By doubting we all come at truth.”

Marcus Tullius CiceroMarcus Tullius Cicero
~ Marcus Tullius Cicero

Ratings and Comments


Question, and question again - we so blindly accept what we are told, and the consequence of this may lead to our demise

J Carlton, Calgary

Truth is not something you'll find in media or government. They seem to think that "Ignorance is Strength"....for them, it is...

E Archer, NYC

A healthy skeptism helps to keep myths in their proper place.

Mike, Norwalk

I think a healthy dose of doubting is necessary to keep lies to a minimum but, I don't think that it leads to the door that truth, liberty, or freedom are hiding behind.

Dave Wilber

We cannot seek the truth until we doubt that we have it,

Ronw13, ID
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Ronw13, ID    3/9/23

Seeing Cicero was counted as an enemy of the state for wishing to return to the Republican form of government, I would say his statement lends light to the struggles of his time. Question all authority when tyranny rules. Such as the current state of affairs in the U.S.A. 


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