Meaningful Quotes about Prejudice
Prejudice is the child of ignorance.—Hazlitt.
As those who believe in the visibility of ghosts can easily see them, so it is always easy to see repulsive qualities in those we despise and hate.—Frederick Douglass.
Prejudice squints when it looks, and lies when it talks.—Duchess d'Abrantes.
Human nature is so constituted that all see and judge better in the affairs of other men than in their own.—Terence.
To all intents and purposes, he who will not open his eyes is, for the present, as blind as he who cannot.—South.
The prejudices of ignorance are more easily removed than the prejudices of interest; the first are all blindly adopted, the second willfully preferred.—Bancroft.
Prejudice may be considered as a continual false medium of viewing things, for prejudiced persons not only never speak well, but also never think well, of those whom they dislike, and the whole character and conduct is considered with an eye to that particular thing which offends them.—Butler.
Prejudice is the twin of illiberality.—G.D. Prentice.
Remember, when the judgment is weak the prejudice is strong.—Kane O'Hara.
Prejudice and self-sufficiency naturally proceed from inexperience of the world and ignorance of mankind.—Addison.
How immense to us appear the sins we have not committed.—Madame Necker.