Fraternity Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old fraternity quotes, fraternity sayings, and fraternity proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.

A mysterious fraternity born out of smoke and danger of death. Stephen Crane
Exhaustion is the shortest way to equality and fraternity. Friedrich Nietzsche
I wish everyone a wonderful World Cup, played in a spirit of true fraternity. Pope Francis
Olympism is a doctrine of the fraternity between the body and the soul. Pierre de Coubertin
There are different Klans just like there are different fraternities in college. David Duke
I like the religion that teaches liberty, equality and fraternity. B R Ambedkar
We represent a fraternity which believes in justice and truth and honorable action in your community men who are endeavoring to be better citizens and to make a great country greater. This is the only institution in the world where we can meet on the level all sorts of people who want to live rightly. Harry S Truman
Liberty, equality, fraternity, or death the last, much the easiest to bestow, O Guillotine! Charles Dickens
The highest political buzz word is not liberty, equality, fraternity or solidarity; it is service. Arthur Hugh Clough
A tiny and closed fraternity of privileged men, elected by no one, and enjoying a monopoly sanctioned and licensed by government. Spiro T. Agnew
I cannot possibly understand how fraternity can be legally enforced without liberty being legally destroyed… Frédéric Bastiat
The common right is nothing more or less than the protection of all, pouring its rays on each. This protection of each by all, is Fraternity. Albert Pike
If we remain grotesquely unequal, we shall lose all sense of fraternity: and fraternity, for all its fatuity as a political objective, turns out to be the necessary condition of politics itself. Tony Judt
A "fraternity" is the antithesis of fraternity. The first ... is predicated on the idea of exclusion; the second (that is, the abstract thing) is based on a feeling of total equality. E.B. White
Fraternity without absorption, union without fusion. Wilfrid
A fraternity is an association of men, selected in their college days by democratic processes, because of their adherence to common ideals and aspirations. Newton D. Baker
Fraternity has subtleties. Fernando Pessoa
Cooperation called fraternity in the classic French formula is as much a part of the democratic ideal as is personal initiative. That cultural conditions were allowed to develop (markedly so in the economic phase) which subordinated cooperativeness to liberty and equality serves to explain the decline in the two latter. John Dewey
Either fraternity is spontaneous, or it does not exist. To decree it is to annihilate it. The law can indeed force men to remain just; in vain would it would try to force them to be self-sacrificing. Frederic Bastiat
Fraternity among nations, however, touches the deepest desire of human nature. Hjalmar Branting