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Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Roger Kimball
#1. We -- the industrialized, technologized world -- have never been richer. And yet to an extraordinary extent we in the West continue to inhabit a moral and cultural universe shaped by the hedonistic imperatives and radical ideals of the Sixties. Culturally, morally the world we inhabit is increasingly a trash world: addicted to sensation, besieged everywhere by the cacophonous, mind-numbing din of rock music, saturated with pornography, in thrall to the lowest common denominator wherever questions of taste, manners or intellectual delicacy are concerned. Marwick was right: 'The cultural revolution, in short, had continuous, uninterrupted, and lasting consequences'. #Quote by Roger Kimball
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Ruth Benedict
#2. The psychological consequences of this spread of white culture have been out of all proportion to the materialistic. This world-wide cultural diffusion has protected us as man had never been protected before from having to take seriously the civilizations of other peoples; it has given to our culture a massive universality that we have long ceased to account for historically, and which we read off rather as necessary and inevitable. #Quote by Ruth Benedict
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Sunday Adelaja
#3. Diffusion has an actual influence on the dynamics of culture #Quote by Sunday Adelaja
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Joe Harris
#4. I strive to view my students as unique human beings all of whom come to my classroom with a personal history, cultural perceptions and traditions, goals and aspirations as well as fears and insecurities. By employing the principles of Personalization, I am able to connect with my students in a genuine way in order to build trust, respect and rapport in the classroom. #Quote by Joe Harris
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Harold Bell Wright
#5. Eyes blinded by the fog of things cannot see truth. Ears deafened by the din of things cannot hear truth. Brains bewildered by the whirl of things cannot think truth. Hearts deadened by the weight of things cannot feel truth. Throats choked by the dust of things cannot speak truth. #Quote by Harold Bell Wright
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Lynn Nottage
#6. In the business of war, the role of women is really to maintain normalcy and ensure that there is cultural continuity. #Quote by Lynn Nottage
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Carrie Vaughn
#7. A lot of these women had to overcome cultural conditioning against hurting other people, or even confronting anyone physically. #Quote by Carrie Vaughn
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Francis Lieber
#8. It belongs to American liberty to separate entirely from the political government the institution which has its object the support and diffusion of religion #Quote by Francis Lieber
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by George Lucas
#9. In the future it will become even easier for old negatives to become lost and be ?replaced? by new altered negatives. This would be a great loss to our society. Our cultural history must not be allowed to be rewritten. #Quote by George Lucas
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Gerard Van Der Leeuw
#10. The art of beautiful motion is far and away the oldest. Before man learned how to use any instruments at all, he moved the most perfect instrument of all, his body. He did this with such abandon that the cultural history of prehistoric and ancient man is, for the most part, nothing but the history of the dance. #Quote by Gerard Van Der Leeuw
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Xayaat Muhummed
#11. my mother thinks i'm a living proof of cultural appropriation
but aren't i a foreigner in my own country
an outsider
but only on the inside #Quote by Xayaat Muhummed
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Samantha Holland
#12. When doing pole a woman cannot help but learn how to reach, extend, lean, stretch and follow through. She also learns, among other physical skills, to climb, two swing, to hold her own body weight, to balance and to invert. She encourages other women to grow in strength and confidence. A pole body may be lightly muscled but it is strong. It is not a static body either, it is creative and confident, all the things that we deplore as lacking, for women's bodies, in cultural discourses and narratives. #Quote by Samantha Holland
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Foster Friess
#13. 'Hannity' had a a guy on that said, 'I fathered 20 kids by 14 mothers.' That is s cultural issue which has demeaned our society and has caused our society dearly in terms of imprisonment. Who's going to be the fathers to those children? Who's going to pay child support? #Quote by Foster Friess
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Howard Mumford Jones
#14. Emerson was the chief figure in the American transcendental movement, a fact that complicates all accounts of him in literary or cultural history. #Quote by Howard Mumford Jones
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by William Z. Foster
#15. Among the elementary measures the American government will adopt to further the cultural revolution are the following: the schools, colleges, and universities will be coordinated and grouped under a National Department of Education and its state and local branches. The studies will be revolutionized, being cleansed of religious, patriotic, and other features of bourgeois ideology. #Quote by William Z. Foster
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
#16. They disregard the quality of immediate experience, and base their motivation instead on the strongly rooted cultural stereotype of what work is supposed to be like. #Quote by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Denis Dutton
#17. I think the idea of the social construction of beauty - this idea that beauty is simply whatever culture or society says it is - is on the run. Of course, beauty does arise in a cultural context. No one ever denies that. But there's also a natural response people have to it. #Quote by Denis Dutton
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Saddam Hussein
#18. The oil is a gift bestowed by God on the Arab nation, to use after centuries of poverty, backwardness and servitude - in raising its living standards, developing its economic, social and cultural conditions, and building up its own power to meet the challenges and conspiracies besetting it. #Quote by Saddam Hussein
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Thomas E. Woods Jr.
#19. Government departments are arranged hierarchically; those at the top are used to issuing orders and expect them to be carried out by their subordinates right down the line. Minow assumed that a cultural institution like television has a similar hierarchical structure, as if television executives could requisition more creative programming the way a bureaucrat orders new pencils or department stationery. #Quote by Thomas E. Woods Jr.
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Hideki Tojo
#20. I would point out that the cultural advance of these people has been suppressed in the past and continues to be suppressed in the present by policies designed to keep them in ignorance. #Quote by Hideki Tojo
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Juan Goytisolo
#21. For a country is not merely a piece of earth; it is, above all, a compendium of social, cultural, and historical factors which begin to acquire sense and order through the process of writing. #Quote by Juan Goytisolo
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Sherwood Smith
#22. What is interesting to me is looking at how male and female writers depict men who, come in behind to fill those domestic duties, deal with personal and cultural lack of respect for doing what is lingeringly perceived as 'women's work.' #Quote by Sherwood Smith
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Robin Meyers
#23. Strangely, we have come to a moment in human history when the message of the Sermon on the Mount could indeed save us, but it can no longer be heard above the din of dueling doctrines. Consider this: there is not a single word in that sermon about what to believe, only words about what to do. It is a behavioral manifesto, not a propositional one. Yet three centuries later, when the Nicene Creed became the official oath of Christendom, there was not a single word in it about what to do, only words about what to believe!

Thus the most important question we can ask in the church today concerns the object of faith itself. The earliest metaphors of the gospel speak of discipleship as transformation through an alternative community and the reversal of conventional wisdom. In much of the church today, our metaphors speak of individual salvation and the specific promises that accompany it. The first followers of Jesus trusted him enough to become instruments of radical change. Today, worshipers of Christ agree to believe things about him in order to receive benefits promised by the institution, not by Jesus.

This difference, between following and worshiping, is not insignificant. Worshiping is an inherently passive activity, since it involves the adoration of that to which the worshiper cannot aspire. It takes the form of praise, which can be both sentimental and self-satisfying, without any call to changed behavior or self-sacrifice. In fact, Christianity as a #Quote by Robin Meyers
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by James Davison Hunter
#24. The tragedy is that in the name of resisting the internal deterioration of faith and the corruption of the world around them, many Christians - and Christian conservatives most significantly - unwittingly embrace some of the most corrosive aspects of the cultural disintegration they decry. By nurturing its resentments, sustaining them through a discourse of negation toward outsiders, and in cases, pursuing their will to power, they become functional Nietzscheans, participating in the very cultural breakdown they so ardently strive to resist. #Quote by James Davison Hunter
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Edward Teyber
#25. In fact, the same intervention or response may even have the opposite effect on two different clients with contrasting developmental histories and cultural contexts. For example, if a client's parent was distant or aloof, the therapist's judicious self-disclosure may be helpful for the client. In contrast, the same type of self-disclosure is likely to be anxiety-arousing for a client who grew up serving as the confidant or emotional caregiver of a depressed parent. Greater sharing with the therapist may help the first client learn that, contrary to her deeply held beliefs, she does matter and can be of interest to other people. In contrast, for the second client, the same type of self-disclosure may inadvertently impose the unwanted needs of others and set this client back in treatment as, in her mind, she experiences herself back in her old caretaking role again - this time with the therapist. This unwanted reenactment occurs because the therapeutic relationship is now paralleling the same problematic relational theme that this client struggled with while growing up. #Quote by Edward Teyber
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by John Henrik Clarke
#26. History is not everything, but it is a starting point. History is a clock that people use to tell their political and cultural time of day. It is a compass they use to find themselves on the map of human geography. It tells them where they are, but more importantly, what they must be. #Quote by John Henrik Clarke
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Kofi Annan
#27. We need to promote greater tolerance and understanding among the peoples of the world. Nothing can be more dangerous to our efforts to build peace and development than a world divided along religious, ethnic or cultural lines. In each nation, and among all nations, we must work to promote unity based on our shared humanity. #Quote by Kofi Annan
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Eli Broad
#28. I think the opera is one of the great cultural jewels of Los Angeles. #Quote by Eli Broad
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Janna Graber
#29. What I've learned from my travels is that people are more alike than they are different. Yes, I may have a different home or lifestyle than a mom living in Shanghai, but deep down we are still mothers who hope for the best in our children. I always find so much in common with those I meet on my travels – and that provides a genuine connection that cultural differences can't erase. #Quote by Janna Graber
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Jeanne Elium
#30. Somehow we have been taught to believe that the experiences of girls and women are not important in the study and understanding ofhuman behavior. If we know men, then we know all of humankind. These prevalent cultural attitudes totally deny the uniqueness of the female experience, limiting the development of girls and women and depriving a needy world of the gifts, talents, and resources our daughters have to offer. #Quote by Jeanne Elium
Din Cultural Diffusion quotes by Rumi Muhammad Jalal Ud Din Balkhi
#31. Be always at work scraping the dirt from the well.
To everyone who suffers, perseverance brings good fortune.
The Prophet has said that each prostration of prayer is a knock on heaven's door. When anyone continues to knock, felicity shows its smiling face. #Quote by Rumi Muhammad Jalal Ud Din Balkhi

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