Milan Kundera Quotes and its meanings

Milan Kundera has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Anger Attitude Beauty Business Change Fear Freedom Great Happiness Imagination Jealousy Knowledge Love Music Peace Pet Power Respect Truth Wisdom

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What does Milan Kundera write about?

Milan Kundera has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about anger, attitude, beauty, business, change, fear, freedom, great, happiness, imagination, jealousy, knowledge, love, music, peace, pet, power, respect, truth & wisdom. People always share Anger quotes, Attitude quotes, beauty, business, change, fear, freedom, great, happiness & imagination from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Milan Kundera?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Milan Kundera.

  • He took over anger to intimidate subordinates, and in time anger took over him.
  • Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view), consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy: animals. And in this respect mankind has suffered a fundamental debacle, a debacle so fundamental that all others stem from it.
  • The novelist teaches the reader to comprehend the world as a question. There is wisdom and tolerance in that attitude. In a world built on sacrosanct certainties the novel is dead.
  • How goodness heightens beauty!
  • Without realizing it, the individual composes his life according to the laws of beauty even in times of greatest distress.
  • Business has only two functions - marketing and innovation.
  • No great movement designed to change the world can bear to be laughed at or belittled. Mockery is a rust that corrodes all it touches.
  • Mysticism and exaggeration go together. A mystic must not fear ridicule if he is to push all the way to the limits of humility or the limits of delight.
  • True human goodness, in all its purity and freedom, can come to the fore only when its recipient has no power.
  • Happiness is the longing for repetition.