Conscience in the soul is the root of all true courage. If a man would be brave, let him learn to obey his conscience. James Freeman Clarke
Conscience is a blushing, shamefaced spirit that mutinies in a man's bosom; it fills one full of obstacles. Shakespeare
Conscience is a clock which, in one man, strikes aloud and gives warning; in another, the hand points silently to the figure, but strikes not. Meantime, hours pass away, and death hastens, and after death comes judgment. Jeremy Taylor
Conscience is a coward; and those faults it has not strength enough to prevent it seldom has justice enough to accuse. Goldsmith
Conscience is a cut-throat.
Conscience is a great ledger book in which all our offences are written and registered, and which time reveals to the sense and feeling of the offender. Burton
Conscience is a judge in every man's breast, which none can cheat or corrupt, and perhaps the only incorrupt thing about him; yet, inflexible and honest as this judge is (however polluted the bench on which he sits), no man can, in my opinion, enjoy any applause which is not there adjudged to be his due. Fielding
Conscience is a thousand swords. Shakespeare
Conscience is as a thousand witnesses.
Conscience is as good as a thousand witnesses.
Conscience is but a word that cowards use, Devised at first to keep the strong in awe. Shakespeare
Conscience is doubtless sufficient to conduct the coldest character into the road of virtue; but enthusiasm is to conscience what honor is to duty; there is in us a superfluity of soul, which it is sweet to consecrate to the beautiful when the good has been accomplished. Madame de Staël
Conscience is God's presence in man.
Conscience is harder than our enemies, Knows more, accuses with more nicety. Spanish Gypsy, GEORGE ELIOT.
Conscience is its own counsellor. South
Conscience is its own readiest accuser. Chapin
Conscience is justice's best minister. Lady Montagu
Conscience is merely our own judgment of the moral rectitude or turpitude of our own actions. Locke
Conscience is only another name for truth.
Conscience is that peculiar faculty of the soul which may be called the religious instinct. Samuel Smiles
Conscience is the chamber of justice.
Conscience is the dog that can't bite, but never stops barking.
Conscience is the living law, and honor is to this law what piety is to religion. Boufflers
Conscience is the mirror of our souls, which represents the errors of our lives in their full shape. Bancroft
Conscience is the nest where all good is hatched.
Conscience is the reason employed about questions of right and wrong. Whewell
Conscience is the sentinel of virtue. Johnson
Conscience is the voice of God in the soul. Aughey
Conscience is the voice of the soul, the passions are the voice of the body. Is it astonishing that often these two languages contradict each other, and then to which must we listen? Too often reason deceives us; we have only too much acquired the right of refusing to listen to it; but conscience never deceives us; it is the true guide of man; it is to man what instinct is to the body, which follows it, obeys nature, and never is afraid of going astray. Rousseau
Conscience is the voice of the soul.
Conscience is too great a power in the nature of man to be altogether subdued; it may be for a time repressed and kept dormant; but conjectures there are in human life which awaken it, and when once reawakened, it flashes on the sinner's mind with all the horrors of an invisible ruler and a future judgment. Blair
Conscience is what tells you not to do what you have just done.
Conscience is, at once, the sweetest and most troublesome of guests. It is the voice which demanded Abel of his brother, or that celestial harmony which vibrated in the ears of the martyrs, and soothed their sufferings. Madame Swetchine
Conscience makes cowards of us all.
Conscience makes us betray, accuse, and fight against ourselves. Michel De Montaigne
Conscience never commands nor forbids anything authentically, but there is some law of God which commands and forbids it first. South
Conscience serves for a thousand witnesses.
Conscience serves us especially to judge of the actions of others. J. Petit-Senn
Conscience serveth for a thousand witnesses.
Conscience signifies that knowledge which a man hath of his own thoughts and actions; and because, if a man judgeth fairly of his actions by comparing them with the law of God, his mind will approve or condemn him; this knowledge or conscience may be both an accuser and a judge. Swift
Conscience vaut en essence, de mille témoins la présence.
Conscience warns us as a friend before it punishes us as a judge. Stanislaus
Conscience, that boon companion who sets a man free under the strong breastplate of innocence, that bids him on and fear not. Dante
Conscience, which we pretend to be derived from nature. Michel De Montaigne
Consciência é a capacidade de discernir o bem e o mal. Celso Magalhães
Consciência é uma palavra usada pelos covardes para incutir medo aos fortes. Autor Desconhecido
Consciência manchada faz o homem tímido.
Conscientemente defendi uma série de homens culpados. Mas os culpados nunca escapam impunemente, pois meus honorários são uma excelente punição para qualquer um. (F. Lee Bailey)
Conscientia bene actae vitae jucundissima est. de] Der Abend des Guten ist labend.