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"Always bear in mind that our own resolution to succeed is more important than any other one thing." - Abraham Lincoln6/26"One must have strategies to execute dreams." - Azim Premji

"I also know that every person faces adversity in life. Abraham Lincoln held this seat in Congress in one term. But few faced as many defeats in his personal, business and public life as he did," - Aaron Schock

"Our self (Soul) is maya (an illusion) where it is merely individual and finite, where it considers its separateness as absolute; it is satyam (truth) where it recognizes its essence in the universal and infinite, in the Supreme Self, in paramatman (God). This is what Christ means when he says, "Before Abraham was, I am" (i.e. before Abraham was God, who is the same that is in my soul - I am That.)" - Rabindranath Tagore

"I'm a big fan of pirates in general." - Mike Leach

"Gorbachev's stance contrasts admirably with the policy of the sainted Abraham Lincoln, who used massive force and mass murder to force the seceding Southern states to remain in the Union." - Murray Rothbard

"The land promised to Abraham and his descendants is once again theirs. God always keeps His promises. Even in times of cataclysmic upheaval and change, God's love and faithfulness are unchanging." - Lynn Austin

"Most of the leading figures of the Old Testament were polygamists. Abraham had several wives and concubines. If they wanted, they could say this was approved in the Bible." - Desmond Tutu

"The blood of Abraham, God's father of the chosen, still flows in the veins of Arab, Jew, and Christian, and too much of it has been spilled in grasping for the inheritance of the revered patriarch in the Middle East. The spilled blood in the Holy Land still cries out to God-an anguished cry for peace." - Jimmy Carter

"The Shield was another of the Fear's names. According to Laughter, it means he shields the seed of Abraham the way a man starting a fire shields the flame. When Sarah was about to die childless, the Fear gave her a son. When Abraham was about to slaughter the son, the Fear gave him the ram. He is always shielding us like a guttering wick, Laughter said, because the fire he is trying to start with us is a fire that the whole world will live to warm its hands at. It is a fire in the dark that will light the whole world home." - Frederick Buechner

"It's easier to know people in general than one person in particular" - Francois de La Rochefoucauld

"The world is an excellent judge in general, but a very bad one in particular." - Sir Fulke Greville

"The fact that an African American sits in the White House at the helm of government in the United States of America on this 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation represents both phenomenal political symbolism and a victory of faith in democracy that should not be lost on any American." - Aberjhani

"All the great spiritual leaders in history were people of hope. Abraham, Moses, Ruth, Mary, Jesus, Rumi, Gandhi, and Dorothy Day all lived with a promise in their hearts that guided them toward the future without the need to know exactly what it would look like. Let's live with hope." - Henri Nouwen

"I knew, however, that it would cost ten times what I had available in order to build a molecular beam machine. I decided to follow a byway, rather than the highway. It is a procedure I have subsequently recommended to beginning scientists in this country, where research strategy is best modelled on that used by Wolfe at the Plains of Abraham." - John Charles Polanyi

"We see in Islam a religion that traces its origins back to God's call on Abraham. We share your belief in God's justice, and your insistence on man's moral responsibility. We thank the many Muslim nations who stand with us against terror. Nations that are often victims of terror, themselves." - George W Bush

"Since Obama has expressed admiration for the portrait of Abraham Lincoln that Doris Kearns Goodwin paints in Team of Rivals, he could do the 16th president one better: He should name Hillary Clinton as his running mate in 2012. That would be both needed change and audacious." - Douglas Wilder

"How inimitably graceful children are in general-before they learn to dance." - Samuel Taylor Coleridge

"Always to see the general in the particular is the very foundation of genius." - Arthur Schopenhauer

"Take mankind in general, they are vicious-their passions may be operated upon." - Alexander Hamilton

"A certain grasp of military affairs is vital for those in charge of general policy." - Carl Von Clausewitz

"The General was essentially a man of peace, except in his domestic life." - Oscar Wilde

"Romances, in general are calculated rather to fire the imagination than to inform the judgment." - Samuel Richardson

"Of mankind in general, the parts are greater than the whole." - Aristotle

"Statesmanship is developed in the hard knocks of general experience, private and public." - Dwight D Eisenhower

"Men, in general, are not this or that, they are what they are made to be." - Jean-Jacques Rousseau

"One of the things that you learn, having been in this [President's] office for four years, is the old adage of Abraham Lincoln's. That with public opinion there's nothing you can't do and without public opinion there's very little you can get done." - Barack Obama

"The aims of scientific thought are to see the general in the particular and the eternal in the transitory." - Alfred North Whitehead

"There are no greater wretches in the world than many of those whom people in general take to be happy." - Seneca the Younger

"Increases in money supply are what constitute inflation, and a general rise in prices is the symptom." - Walter E. Williams

"I don't believe in weak women, I believe women in general are pretty powerful beings. I don't know anything else." - Stana Katic

"Prior to the meeting, there was a prayer. In general, in the United States there was always praying." - Friedrich Durrenmatt

"Then the American flag was saluted. In general, in the United States people always salute the American flag." - Friedrich Durrenmatt

"The fields of clinical psychology and psychiatry exist specifically to help the emotionally unstable become more stable and lead happier, healthier lives. Unlike in the eras of Vincent Van Gogh and Abraham Lincoln, there is now professional help available for those who suffer from emotional illness. Treatment may require therapy or even medication, but hope is now available every single day in practically every city in the civilized world." - David J. Lieberman

"Men, in general, seem to employ their reason to justify prejudices...rather than to root them out." - Mary Wollstonecraft

"Commercials and sometimes other guests - it's the down side of TV. Other people - it's the downside of life in general." - Fran Lebowitz

"A basic rule of baking is that, in general, it's almost impossible to make an inedible batch of brownies." - Linda Sunshine

"There's a general consensus of opinion that people in love are apt to look silly - except to each other." - Patricia Wentworth

"In general those parents have the most reverence who most deserve it; for he that lives well cannot be despised." - Samuel Johnson

"Good breeding consists in having no particular mark of any profession, but a general elegance of manners." - Samuel Johnson

"I've always been struck by how unsuspicious people are in general, if you tell them what you're about." - Bill Vaughan

"In general, with things unpleasant, the rule is: The sooner you hit bottom, the faster you surface." - Joseph Brodsky

"Even though I'm English, I've all my life been heavily exposed to American television and culture in general." - Dominic West

"To act, in its most general sense, means to take an initiative, to begin... to set something into motion." - Hannah Arendt

"I guess there were fewer differences between me and social psychologists than between me and other people in general" - John Turner

"We are excited about Internet access in general. With better access to the Internet, people do more searches." - Larry Page

"Thus is Jesus in all respects fitted for his mighty work of redeeming. He is very man and very God. He is the seed of the woman, the seed of Abraham, the seed of David, the son of Mary, yet God over all, blessed forever. Thus He can bear our sins; He can sympathize with our sorrows; He can fight our battles; He can love as a man, a fellow man, bone of our bone, and flesh of our flesh." - Horatius Bonar

"Secularists are wrong when they ask believers to leave their religion at the door before entering into the public square. Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, Williams Jennings Bryan, Dorothy Day, Martin Luther King - indeed, the majority of great reformers in American history - were not only motivated by faith, but repeatedly used religious language to argue for their cause. To say that men and women should not inject their "personal morality" into public policy debates is a practical absurdity." - Barack Obama

"When will it begin, anyway?" Sirus held his gaze for a moment, his eyes full of concern- a concern that Joss didn't understand. "Probably sooner than you're ready for." "When's that?" "Well." Sirus sighed, as if doing the math in his head."It'll take us about three minutes to gather this stuff and get to the cabin, and another two or three for Abraham to realize you're here. So I'd say you have about seven more minutes of freedom left." - Heather Brewer

"Never have I witnessed such sincere hospitality and the overwhelming spirit of true brotherhood as is practiced by people of all colours and races here in this ancient Holy Land, the home of Abraham, Muhammad, and all the other prophets of the Holy Scriptures. For the past week, I have been utterly speechless and spellbound by the graciousness I see displayed all around me by people of all colours." - Malcolm X

"Our [Republicans'] object is to avoid having stupid candidates who can't win general elections, who are undisciplined, can't raise money, aren't putting together the support necessary to win a general election campaign, because this money is too difficult to raise to be spending it on behalf of candidates who have little chance of winning in a general election." - Karl Rove

"The Civil Rights movement should thank God for Bull Connor. He's helped it as much as Abraham Lincoln." - John F Kennedy

"God is not in the vastness of greatness. He is hid in the vastness of smallness . He is not in the general. He is in the particular." - Pearl S Buck

"We shall never see much change for the better in our churches in general till the prayer meeting occupies a higher place in the esteem of Christians." - Charles Spurgeon

"The rise of salsa was such an important time in musical history, not just in Latin music but music in general, because these guys created a new sound." - Jennifer Lopez

"[this element], the seat of the appetites and of desire in general, does in a sense participate in principle, as being amenable and obedient to it" - Aristotle

"I lifted the white cloth from the white face of the man that I had worshipped as an idol-looked upon as a demi-god. Notwithstanding the violence of the death of the President, there was something beautiful as well as grandly solemn in the expression of the placid face. There lurked the sweetness and gentleness of childhood, and the stately grandeur of godlike intellect. I gazed long at the face, and turned away with tears in my eyes and a choking sensation in my throat. Ah! never was man so widely mourned before. The whole world bowed their heads in grief when Abraham Lincoln died." - Elizabeth Keckley

"Government has hardened into a tyrannical monopoly, and the human race in general becomes as absolutely property as beasts in the plow." - John Dickinson

"I have often thought that the nature of women was interior to that of men in general, but superior in particular." - Sir Fulke Greville

"A general philosophy of the female characters in my films is they all want something to believe in, and not having anything." - Woody Allen

"Poetry, in a general sense, may be defined to be 'the expression of the imagination': and poetry is connate with the origin of man." - Percy Bysshe Shelley

"Do not always scrupulously confine yourself to certain rules, or particular forms of devotion, but act with a general confidence in GOD, with love and humility." - Brother Lawrence

"It is not great wealth in a few individuals that proves a country is prosperous, but great general wealth evenly distributed among the people. . ." - Victoria Woodhull

"Too frequent rewards indicate that the general is at the end of his resources; too frequent punishments that he is in acute distress." - Sun Tzu

"It is only persons of firmness that can have real gentleness. Those who appear gentle are, in general, only a weak character, which easily changes into asperity." - Francois de La Rochefoucauld

"What is popular is not necessarily vulgar; and that which we try to rescue from fatal obscurity had in general much better remain where it is." - William Hazlitt

"The surgeon general warned today that saliva causes stomach cancer. But apparently only when swallowed in small amounts over a long period of time." - George Carlin

"It is only possible through the fact that sympathy for the general life and suffering of mankind is very weakly developed in the individual." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"Phantoms in general are nothing more than trifling disorders of the spirit; images we cannot contain within the bounds of sleep." - Luigi Pirandello

"Well, my favorite band is Radiohead. But, you know, I am pretty fascinated in general with music. I love music. It is definitely an interest." - Steve Nash

"The error is in the assumption that the General Government is a party to the constitutional compact. The States ... formed the compact, acting as sovereign and independent communities." - John C Calhoun

"Certainly, no power to prescribe any religious exercise, or to assume authority in religious discipline, has been delegated to the General Government." - Thomas Jefferson

"There is not a shadow of right in the general government to intermingle with religion. Its least interference with it would be a most flagrant usurpation." - James Madison

"I can't understand how anyone is able to paint without optimism. Despite the general pessimistic attitude in the world today, I am nothing but an optimist." - Hans Hofmann

"[T]he obverse of facile emotion in the 14th century was a general insensitivity to the spectacle of pain and death." - Barbara Tuchman

"Marxists have more than once pointed out that the capitalist world economic system contains in itself the seeds of a general crisis and of warlike clashes." - Joseph Stalin

"Credit expansion can bring about a temporary boom. But such a fictitious prosperity must end in a general depression of trade, a slump." - Ludwig Von Mises

"People in general want to build somebody up and then try to knock them down. They always root for the underdog." - Wayne Gretzky

"In general, we are sort of conditioned to see a different body type as acceptable and maybe look away when the other body type arrives." - Leonard Nimoy

"With YouTube - with the Internet in general - you have information overload. The people who dont necessarily get credit are the curators." - Chad Hurley

"That is the way of youth and life in general: that we do not understand the strategy until after the campaign is over." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"Sex in general, for me, is a lot of different aspects of humanity, not just my relationships. It's my relationship to myself and my body." - Margaret Cho

"Actors in general are pretty good bullshit artists; we're good at just chewing the fat, interacting with people. So we're good ambassadors for movies." - John C Reilly

"The most general deficiency in our sort of culture and education is gradually dawning on me: no one learns, no one strives towards, no one teaches-enduring loneliness." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"I never knew a man who deserved to be thought well of for his morals who had a slight opinion of our Sex in general." - Samuel Richardson

"One of the many dreadful aspects of the Kennedy 'legacy' is the now-unbreakable grip of celebrity politics, image-doctoring, stage management, and "torch-passing" rhetoric in general." - Christopher Hitchens

"Colin had always preferred baths; one of his general policies in life was never to do anything standing up that could just as easily be done lying down" - John Green

"A general never shows despair. He instills confidence in his troops. He leads them forward, even into the mouth of death." - Rick Riordan

"And we're also remembering the guiding light of our Judeo-Christian tradition. All of us here today are descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, sons and daughters of the same God. I believe we are bound by faith in our God, by our love for family and neighborhood, by our deep desire for a more peaceful world, and by our commitment to protect the freedom which is our legacy as Americans. These values have given a renewed sense of worth to our lives. They are infusing America with confidence and optimism that many thought we had lost..." - Ronald Reagan

"I think enormous harm is done by religion - not just in the name of religion, but actually by religion. ... Many people do simply awful things out of sincere religious belief, not using religion as a cover the way that Saddam Hussein may have done, but really because they believe that this is what God wants them to do, going all the way back to Abraham being willing to sacrifice Isaac because God told him to do that. Putting God ahead of humanity is a terrible thing." - Steven Weinberg

"Columbus was an Abraham, for he went out not knowing whither he went. Columbus was a Moses, for he endured as seeing Him who is invisible. Only the man of faith is the man of power. Only he who can see the invisible can do the impossible. God grant that to-day in that bark we may be wafted by God's blessing, and may land at last on the shores of Heaven, where we shall sing a sweeter Te Deum than that which awoke the echoes on the soil of virgin America, or those amid the splendors of the court at Barcelona." - Robert Stuart MacArthur

"I think, a general anxiety, after the end of the Cold War, to find a new basis for affirming American nationhood. And perhaps another, in plainer terms, is the lure of the approaching Abraham Lincoln bicentennial has been made a resurgence in interest in Lincoln." - Allen C. Guelzo

"The other General Welfare Clause is in the first of the authorities given to the Congress and it's not a grant, it's a restriction. By which I mean it doesn't say Congress can legislate for the general welfare, it means that everything Congress must do has to enhance the general welfare of the United States of America. It can't grant things to individuals, it can only legislate for the government." - Andrew Napolitano

"My general impression about people like Steve Gould and Carl Sagan and so on is that when they disappear as individuals and are no longer appearing on the stage and they are no longer writing, that their lifetime of acknowledgement by the general reading public is not very long.There were many people in the 19th century who were equally famous people who gave working man's lectures, supporters of Darwin, we as scholars know their names but the general public never heard of them." - Richard Lewontin

"Abraham Lincoln suggested never presume to know what God's will is, and I would never presume to know God's will or to speak God's words." - Sarah Palin

"A large stone presented by the archangel Gabriel to the patriarch Abraham, and preserved at Mecca. The patriarch had perhaps asked the archangel for bread." - Ambrose Bierce

"As for me, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are now only the subtlest imaginable essences, which would not stain the morning sky." - Henry David Thoreau

"The convention is the voice, the bone and the sinews of a political party-and sometimes it even nominates an Abraham Lincoln." - Fletcher Knebel

"How many honest men do you know? Take the sinners away from the saints, you're lucky to end up with Abraham Lincoln." - Paul Newman

"If men would avoid that general language and general manner in which they strive to hide all that is peculiar, and would say only what was uppermost in their own minds, after their own individual manner, every man would be interesting." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"One of the strong principles that I believe in is that you're always learning, whether you're a commissioner, a current general manager, a president or an owner, or somebody that's trying to become a general manger or a coach in the NFL." - Roger Goodell

"Abraham Lincoln, in order to maintain the unity of the United Statesresorted to the use of force.so, I think Abraham Lincoln, president, is a model, is an example." - Zhu Rongji

"The general that hearkens to my counsel and acts upon it, will conquer: let such a one be retained in command! The general that hearkens not to my counsel nor acts upon it, will suffer defeat: - let such a one be dismissed!" - Sun Tzu

"In the course of individual development, inherited characters appear, in general, earlier than adaptive ones, and the earlier a certain character appears in ontogeny, the further back must lie in time when it was acquired by its ancestors." - Ernst Haeckel

"What we need in this country is a general improvement in eating. We have the best raw materials in the world, both quantitatively and qualitatively, but most of them are ruined in the process of preparing them for the table." - H L Mencken

"The general will is always right." - Jean-Jacques Rousseau

"The seat of the soul and the control of voluntary movement - in fact, of nervous functions in general, - are to be sought in the heart. The brain is an organ of minor importance." - Aristotle

"In general, a fact is worth more than theories in the long run. The theory stimulates, but the fact builds. The former in due time is replaced by one better but the fact remains and becomes fertile." - Theobald Smith

"The independent project, in a general way, requests a constant work to spread, in the traditional way and in the alternative circuit. It is a fight... but I believe that it is the way." - Katya Chamma

"The general government is proscribed from the interfering, in any manner whatsoever, in matters respecting religion; and it may be thought to do this, in ascertaining who, and who are not, ministers of the gospel." - James Madison

"And always remember, Abraham Lincoln only served one term in Congress, too." - Allen West

"The story of Abraham and the sacrifice of Isaac are nowhere in any other tradition." - Elie Wiesel

"I have read where Abraham Lincoln said he wasn't interested in freeing the slaves." - Malcolm X

"If I have erred, I err in company with Abraham Lincoln." - Theodore Roosevelt

"The significance of a fact is relative to [the general body of scientific] knowledge. To say that a fact is significant in science, is to say that it helps to establish or refute some general law; for science, though it starts from observation of the particular, is not concerned essentially with the particular, but with the general. A fact, in science, is not a mere fact, but an instance. In this the scientist differs from the artist, who, if he deigns to notice facts at all, is likely to notice them in all their particularity." - Bertrand Russell

"It is a general principle of human nature, that a man will be interested in whatever he possesses, in proportion to the firmness or precariousness of the tenure by which he holds it..." - Alexander Hamilton

"The task is not to overcome opponents in general but only those opponents against whom one has to summon all one's strength, one's skill and one's swordsmanship-in fact to master opponents who are one's equals." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"So in regard to mental qualities, their transmission is manifest in our dogs, horses and other domestic animals. Besides special tastes and habits, general intelligence, courage, bad and good tempers. etc., are certainly transmitted." - Charles Darwin

"One of the curious effects of a bad hangover is that you think you're wrong whether you are or not. Not wrong in particulars, but wrong in general, wrong about everything." - Jim Harrison

"Nothing perhaps has so retarded the reception of the higher conclusions of Geology among men in general, as ... [the] instinctive parsimony of the human mind in matters where time is concerned." - Charles Lapworth

"I find that, in general, the amount of sharing men do with each other in one year is about the same as what I share with my female friends while we wait for our cars at the valet." - Amy Poehler

"Our own unresolved authority problems from our youth sometimes get transferred to our youthful patients, because we are still "covert adolescent rebels." In subtle ways, we encourage the adolescent patient to rebel towards parents, school authorities, and society in general." - Virgil Miller Newton

"by the general love of scandal and detraction in Dublin, one might reasonably imagine they were all to feed themselves through the holes which they had made in the characters of others." - Laetitia Pilkington

"What people today call inflation is not inflation, i.e., the increase in the quantity of money and money substitutes, but the general rise in commodity prices and wage rates which is the inevitable consequence of inflation." - Ludwig Von Mises

"The knowledge of the soul admittedly contributes greatly to the advance of truth in general, and, above all, to our understanding of Nature, for the soul is in some sense the principle of animal life." - Aristotle

"On the August night in 1933 when General Gerardo Machado, then president of Cuba, flew out of Havana into exile, he took with him five revolvers, seven bags of gold, and five friends, still in their pajamas." - Joan Didion

"The news media in general are liberal. If you want to be a reporter, you are going to see poverty and misery, and you have to be involved in the human condition." - Barbara Walters

"Sometime you just need to be silent, have a drink and crack a smile or somethin', because the human condition, in general, is just overwhelming in so many ways." - Cornel West

"In general, people are afraid to acknowledge hallucinations because they immediately see them as a sign of something awful happening to the brain, whereas in most cases theyre not." - Oliver Sacks

"People like myself say, 'Fix the problem. Put him in the general [prison] population. The moral prisoners will deal with him in a way we don't have the nerve to do.'" - Stockwell Day

"Local television shows do not, in general, supply make-up artists. The exception to this is Los Angeles, an unusually generous city in this regard, since they also provide this service for radio appearances." - Fran Lebowitz

"Surely one of the peculiar habits of circumstances is the way they follow, in their eternal recurrence, a single course. If an event happens once in a life, it may be depended upon to repeat later its general design." - Ellen Glasgow

"The preamble to the Constitution states: "We, the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquillity, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare..." It doesn't say "guarantee the general welfare." And it certainly doesn't say "give welfare benefits to all the people in the country who aren't doing so well even if the reason they aren't doing so well is because they're sitting on their butts in front of the TV"." - P. J. O'Rourke

"To make us one nation as to foreign concerns, and keep us distinct in Domestic ones gives the outline of the proper division of powers between the general [national] and particular [state] governments." - Thomas Jefferson

"If Congress can do whatever in their discretion can be done by money, and will promote the General Welfare, the Government is no longer a limited one, possessing enumerated powers, but an indefinite one...." - James Madison

"There is no kind of false wit which has been so recommended by the practice of all ages, as that which consists in a jingle of words, and is comprehended under the general name of punning." - Joseph Addison

"Unhappy is the fate of one who tries to win his battles and succeed in his attacks without cultivating the spirit of enterprise, for the result is waste of time and general stagnation." - Sun Tzu

"Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion. General recognition of this fact is shown in the proverbial phrase "It is the busiest man who has time to spare."" - C Northcote Parkinson

"We shouldn't build a technology to colour, or grey out, what people say. The media in general is balanced, although there are a lot of issues to be addressed that the media rightly pick up on." - Tim Berners-Lee

"The rub is that the pursuit of happiness, as an end in itself, tends automatically, and widely, to be replaced by the pursuit of pleasure with a consequent general softening of the fibers of will, intelligence, spirit." - Whittaker Chambers

"Liberty is not just an idea, an abstract principle. It is power, effective power to do specific things. There is no such thing as liberty in general; liberty, so to speak, at large." - John Dewey

"Nothing before had ever made me thoroughly realise, though I had read various scientific books, that science consists in grouping facts so that general laws or conclusions may be drawn from them." - Charles Darwin

"Indeed the general natural Tendency of Reading good History, must be, to fix in the Minds of Youth deep Impressions of the Beauty and Usefulness of Virtue of all Kinds, Publick Spirit, Fortitude." - Benjamin Franklin

"Promote then as an object of primary importance, Institutions for the general diffusion of knowledge. In proportion as the structure of a government gives force to public opinion, it is essential that public opinion should be enlightened." - George Washington

"It is much to be lamented that a man of Franklin's general good character and great influence should have been an unbeliever in Christianity, and also have done as much as he did to make others unbelievers." - Benjamin Franklin

"Self-actualizing people have a deep feeling of identification, sympathy, and affection for human beings in general. They feel kinship and connection, as if all people were members of a single family." - Abraham Maslow

"In a conquered country benevolence is not humanitarianism. It is a general political axiom that a conqueror must not inspire a good opinion of his benevolence until he has demonstrated that he can be severe with malefactors." - Napoleon Bonaparte

"It is time to reinvigorate the UN General Assembly so that it can exercise a more decisive role in peace-making and peace-keeping, consistent with the will of the international community." - Alfred-Maurice de Zayas

"The general point that a political theory is, among other things, a partisan intervention, is well taken. So question about the actual political implication of a theory cannot be excluded as, in principle, irrelevant." - Raymond Geuss

"Up to here, in general, we have mainly stuffed the brain of the young people with a indigestible multitude of varios notions, without thinking about enough of the prime necessity to form their character." - African Spir

"Chinese culture in general is not very religious. Confucianism is more a code of ethics than a religion, and ancestor worship is a way for parents to control you even after theyre dead." - David Henry Hwang



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