What More People Have Said About Alexander’s Aphorisms
This extraordinary collection contains a plethora of repeatedly pleasing often provoking perfectly pithy aphorisms.
– Martin Morgan, publisher
An original and dramatic way of linking time past, present and future – i.e. how things were done, are still done and will or should be done in the future.
– Stuart Kaye, retired solicitor
I have always loved short pithy epigrams, quotes and philosophic musings. So I’m delighted to find this wonderful treasure trove of online aphorisms written and curated by Alexander Peter Dukes. A feast of wise and often humorous observations on life’s conundrums.
– Mick Kidd, writer of Biff Cartoons in the Guardian newspaper, City Limits and BBC History, etc.
Everyday yet transcendent philosophy for everyone. Great to dip into.
– Mike Painter, builder, Camden
A collection of sentences enhancing both sentience and sapience.
A useful educational aid for concision and precis.
– Sam Lord, teacher and silkscreen poster creator, Glasgow
Some aphorisms are short and catchy. Others are longer and need thinking about to fathom their meaning. But all are worth the effort. You may not always agree with them. But you will usually find these aphorisms stimulating.
– Norma and David Barnet, Highgate
Due to design as well as wording, each piece of writing makes a bright, dramatic, powerful impact.