Edmund Burke was an eminent Irish statesman, philosopher, orator, author and political theorist. He served as the Member of Parliament in the House of Commons with the Whig Party between 1766 and 1794. His thoughts, views, writings, books and opinions covered varied subjects that included manners in society and significance of religion if moral life. He also strongly opposed the British treatment of the American colonies which also included taxation policies. He also encouraged Catholic emancipation and supported the rights of the colonists. He strongly opposed the French Revolution. We have compiled some notable quotable quotations by Edmund Burke which are till date quoted extensively. Read through the quotes and thoughts by Edmund Burke on power, abuse, dangerous, education, tyranny, service, people, will, freedom, despair, wisdom, freedom, unjust, superstition, religion, arrogance, welfare and more.