sounds like a huge number, but was an ancient Roman educator, known for his influential work on and education, ‘Institutio Oratoria.'

His teachings emphasized not only the skills of speaking but also the moral integrity of the .

believed that an effective orator must be a good person, arguing that justice is the foundation of effective speech. This concept is still relevant today, reminding us that credibility and ethical communication are crucial for impactful public speaking.

Quintilian would advise modern speakers to on honing their arguments and delivery while ensuring their message is ethically sound and socially responsible.

Today, quintilian is used as an adjective as in “Deliver a quintilian message—one that inspires others to do good.”