Will Durant, an American philosopher, historian and 1968's Pulitzer Prize winning author co-wrote 'The Story of Civilization', an eleven-volume work with his writer wife, Ariel Durant. He perceived philosophy as a means to unify and humanize historical knowledge. His groundbreaking works- 'The Pleasure of Philosophy' and 'The Story of Philosophy' are contemporary application of his knowledge on American history, the Bible, religion, evolution as well as rebuilding and decline of human civilizations. Both his books are most successful histroriographical editorials in American history. Will, who's a recipient of 'Presidential Medal of Freedom' in 1977, started off as a reported for the New York Evening Journal. Following his graduation at St. Peter's College, Durant began his professional career as a school teacher. Will's life dramatically changed after the wedding. He quit teaching and went on to develop philosophical views regarding the society. He and his wife presented insightful stories of Western life, as it progressed through different ages. Will and Ariel's life is a struggle for equal wages, fair working condition, American labor rights and women security. Due to his revolutionary views and skilled tongue, he'll forever be remembered as an amazingly talented creative genius who inspired younger generations to think beyond the social realms without historical restrictions and boundaries. He had a profound impact on several subjects through his writings and thoughts. We have scanned through his most popular work and life observations to present some of Will Durantâ€™s quotes. Here is a collection of Will Durant Quotes about civilization, books, philosophy, India, history, life, science, failures, mistakes, education, liberty and much more.