Thus conscience does make cowards of us all... and enterprises of great pitch and moment.. lose the name of action."

Who is the speaker and significance, Hamlet-Act II and III

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Hamlet is commenting on how conscience makes men fail to act strongly thus rendering them cowards. When the time comes for a man to step up to action, the gravity of the situation often makes him back down.