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Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Anna Godbersen
#1. Our era has produced many great men
robber barons, masters of innovation, beast of business
whose staggering wealth, incomparable ruthlessness and personal legends would seem to prove they are dominant species but then one has a look at their son, and doubts the theory of evolution entirely.
-DR. Bertrand Legmam Cooper,
Problems of Science and Society,
Posted by One Who Has Known Both, 1900 #Quote by Anna Godbersen
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Bertrand Russell
#2. Something of the hermit's temper is an essential element in many forms of excellence, since it enables men to resist the lure of popularity, to pursue important work in spite of general indifference or hostility, and arrive at opinions which are opposed to prevalent errors. #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Dennis Cooper
#3. Human bodies are such garbage bags. #Quote by Dennis Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Dr. Yaw Ansong Jnr
#4. Africa will overcome its current challenges. Onwards, towards the African Renaissance! #Quote by Dr. Yaw Ansong Jnr
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Bertrand Russell
#5. According to Carnap, ... "reality"is a metaphysical term for which there is no legitimate use ...
We are interested in other people's loves and hates, pleasures and pains, because we are firmly persuaded
that they are as "real" as our own. We mean something we say this. #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Sheldon Cooper
#6. There's a fine line between wrong and visionary. Unfortunately, you have to be a visionary to see it. #Quote by Sheldon Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
#7. Clubs rattled behind them. Skeet Cooper rubbed the corner of his mouth with his thumb and rose from the bench. "Looks like Kenny's caddy's here."
Dallie lifted an eyebrow as his son stepped up on the tee carrying Kenny's bag.
Ted smiled. "Sorry I'm late. Mom made me eat breakfast. Then she started fussing with my hair, don't ask me why."
Dallie took the driver Skeet handed him. "Funny you didn't mention that you were going to caddy for Kenny today."
"Must have forgot." Ted smiled and shifted the bag. "I told Skeet."
Dallie shot Skeet an annoyed look that didn't bother Skeet one bit. Kenny gestured toward the tee. "Be my guest. I believe in showing respect for the elderly and the infirm. #Quote by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Bertrand Russell
#8. There was, I think, never any reason to believe in any innate superiority of the male, except his superior muscle. #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Aldous Huxley
#9. Our "increasing mental sickness" may find expres­sion in neurotic symptoms. These symptoms are con­spicuous and extremely distressing. But "let us beware," says Dr. Fromm, "of defining mental hygiene as the prevention of symptoms. Symptoms as such are not our enemy, but our friend; where there are symp­toms there is conflict, and conflict always indicates that the forces of life which strive for integration and happiness are still fighting." The really hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal. "Many of them are normal because they are so well adjusted to our mode of existence, because their human voice has been si­lenced so early in their lives, that they do not even struggle or suffer or develop symptoms as the neurotic does." They are normal not in what may be called the absolute sense of the word; they are normal only in relation to a profoundly abnormal society. Their per­fect adjustment to that abnormal society is a measure of their mental sickness. These millions of abnormally normal people, living without fuss in a society to which, if they were fully human beings, they ought not to be adjusted, still cherish "the illusion of indi­viduality," but in fact they have been to a great extent deindividualized. Their conformity is developing into something like uniformity. But "uniformity and free­dom are incompatible. Uniformity and mental health are incompatible too. . . . Man is not made to be an automaton, and if he becom #Quote by Aldous Huxley
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Marissa Meyer
#10. Dr. Erland's expression had gone dark. He reached forward and pinched Cinder hard above her elbow. "Ow, hey!" "Hmph. For a moment I thought you must be another one of my hallucinations, as surely your plan couldn't be that stupid. #Quote by Marissa Meyer
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Tommy Cooper
#11. Deja Moo: The feeling that you've heard this bullshit before. #Quote by Tommy Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Dr. Seuss
#12. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. #Quote by Dr. Seuss
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Bertrand Russell
#13. all our reasonings concerning causes and effects are derived from nothing but custom; and that belief is more properly an act of the sensitive, than of the cogitative part of our natures. #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by William Styron
#14. Further, Dr. Gold said with a straight face, the pill at optimum dosage could have the side effect of impotence. Until that moment, although I'd had some trouble with his personality, I had not thought him totally lacking in perspicacity; now I was not all sure. Putting myself in Dr. Gold's shoes, I wondered if he seriously thought that this juiceless and ravaged semi-invalid with the shuffle and the ancient wheeze woke up each morning from his Halcion sleep eager for carnal fun. #Quote by William Styron
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Bertrand Piccard
#15. When I was a child, I saw my father diving to the deepest point in the ocean with the U.S. Navy. #Quote by Bertrand Piccard
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Jilly Cooper
#16. I have a theory that the secret of marital happiness is simple: drink in different pubs to your other half. #Quote by Jilly Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Jessica Verdi
#17. Listen, I wanted to say, I don't need your judgment, okay? I have enough to deal with without you contributing, so can we just get on with this so I can get out of here?
But I couldn't form the words. Dr. Johnson viewed me as a child, and somehow, under his contemptuous gaze, I had regressed to one. I was frightened and shy, and it was all I could do to answer his questions and count the seconds until the end of the visit. #Quote by Jessica Verdi
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Philip K. Dick
#18. They – note the 'they' – paid Dr Stone to figure out what had destroyed the patient entering the ward. In each case a bullet had been fired at him, somewhere, at some time, in his life. The bullet entered him and the pain began to spread out. Insidiously, the pain filled him up until he split in half, right down the middle. The task of the staff, and even of the other patients, was to put the person back together but this could not be done so long as the bullet remained. All that lesser therapists did was note the person split into two pieces and begin the job of patching him back into a unity; but they failed to find and remove the bullet. The fatal bullet fired at the person was the basis of Freud's original attack on the psychologically injured person; Freud had understood: he called it a trauma. Later on, everyone got tired of searching for the fatal bullet; it took too long. Too much had to be learned about the patient. Dr Stone had a paranormal talent, like his paranormal Bach remedies which were a palpable hoax, a pretext to listen to the patient. Rum with a flower dipped in it – nothing more, but a sharp mind hearing what the patient said. #Quote by Philip K. Dick
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Cynthia Lord
#19. Different can be good. It makes you pay attention -Dr. Katz #Quote by Cynthia Lord
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Mary Jane Hathaway
#20. Linnie. And this Winnie." They wore identical smiles, their bright black eyes sparked with curiosity. "Are you the doctor?"
"No, I'm just volunteering."
"I knowed that, too." Winnie gave her an exaggerated shake of the head. "Girls is never the doctor. They's the nurses."
"Oh no, what about Dr. Clare? Huh? The lady doctor who took care of Grammy in the hospital when she broke her hip bone?" Linnie asked.
"Yeah, but she was a white lady. They can be doctors." Winnie looked at Lucy. "Right? There are white lady doctors. I seen 'em."
Lucy felt her eyes go wide. Were there children who still believed your gender or color dictated your career? "There are white lady doctors, black lady doctors, white man doctors, black man doctors."
They stared at her.
She thought for a moment. "And there are white man nurses and black man nurses, too."
"Now you're just bein' silly," Linnie said and let out a laugh. #Quote by Mary Jane Hathaway
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Tamora Pierce
#21. If Cape wasn't your last name, what was your real one?" I asked, deathly curious now. "Ahhhh," he complained. "Pincas Huckleburr. #Quote by Tamora Pierce
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Glenn Cooper
#22. the features that made the Church of the Holy Sepulcher different from any cathedral he had ever visited. For under the ornate dome of the rotunda, surrounded by massive marble columns, was a self-contained rectangular building, modest in proportions, with a fancy onion-domed cupola. "The Edicule," Neti said, drawing their attention. "That's where the tomb is. That's where we're going." They set the equipment and Grail box down on the marble floor. #Quote by Glenn Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Jeff Cooper
#23. According to Herodotus, the ancient Persians felt that what was necessary in the background of a young man entering adulthood was his ability to ride, shoot straight, and speak the truth. Perhaps we should now grant our college degrees to young men who measure up to that standard. #Quote by Jeff Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Alice Cooper
#24. I read Dad's books like I did before, now things are crystal clear. Lock the door in the bathroom, now I just can't get caught in here. #Quote by Alice Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Brittany Cavallaro
#25. I'd always hated those films - they'd portrayed Dr. Watson as a bumbling idiot, and Sherlock Holmes as an automaton. #Quote by Brittany Cavallaro
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Doug Cooper
#26. The world communicates subtly. Most people don't hear or see the signs because they're so wrapped up in their day-to-day lives. #Quote by Doug Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Bertrand Delanoe
#27. The fact is that automobiles no longer have a place in the big cities of our time. #Quote by Bertrand Delanoe
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Jenn Marie Thorne
#28. If I were voting in this election . . ." I shook my head. Then I turned to her. "And honestly, Meg? If you weren't married to him, I don't think you'd vote Cooper either." She let out a little laugh. An admission. And after a moment, she sighed. "He's a good man. That's what I know." "But I don't know that. I don't know him. After three months, I don't know him at all. And . . . I'm not even sure I want to. #Quote by Jenn Marie Thorne
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Robert Louis Stevenson
#29. To the Hesitating Purchaser:
If sailor tales to sailor tunes,
Storm and adventure, heat and cold,
If schooners, islands, and maroons
And Buccaneers and buried Gold
And all the old romance, retold,
Exactly in the ancient way,
Can please, as me they pleased of old,
The wiser youngsters of to-day:
-So be it, and fall on! If not,
If studious youth no longer crave,
His ancient appetites forgot,
Kingston, or Ballantyne the brave,
Or Cooper of the wood and wave:
So be it, also! And may I
And all my pirates share the grave,
Where these and their creations lie! #Quote by Robert Louis Stevenson
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Bertrand Russell
#30. Moral progress has consisted in the main of protest against cruel customs, and of attempts to enlarge human sympathy. #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Bertrand Russell
#31. It is only in marriage with the world that our ideals can bear fruit; divorced from it, they remain barren. #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Bertrand Russell
#32. What is wanted is not the will to believe, but the will to find out, which is the exact opposite. #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Alice Cooper
#33. When we get together and rehearse, which is always living with each other, we always talk about what would make it better, what would mean more, what would say more. So we're always improving and growing. #Quote by Alice Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Jilly Cooper
#34. There is something infinitely dingy about the word workshop. Pray that England doesn't become a nation of workshopkeepers. #Quote by Jilly Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Tom Bissell
#35. Had Dr. Seuss been a slightly insane pornographer, he might have written a book like this.--reviewing Nicholson Baker's House of Holes #Quote by Tom Bissell
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Alan Moore
#36. A live body and a dead body contain the same number of particles. Structurally, there's no discernible difference. Life and death are unquantifiable abstracts. Why should I be concerned? #Quote by Alan Moore
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Michael Eric Dyson
#37. The white establishment is skilled in flattering and cultivating emerging leaders. It presses its own image on them and finally, from imitation of manners, dress, and style of living, a deeper strain of corruption delivers. This kind of Negro leader acquires the white man's contempt for the ordinary Negro. He is often more at-home with the middle class white than he is among his own people. His language changes, he location changes, his income changes, and ultimately he changes from a representative of the Negro to the white man to the white man's representative to the Negro. - Dr Martin Luther King Jr #Quote by Michael Eric Dyson
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Ian Hargreaves
#38. In modern democracies, press freedom was being used as a cloak to shield media conglomerates' domination of public discussion 'in which misinformation may be peddled uncorrected and in which reputations may be selectively shredded or magnified. A free press is not an unconditional good.' When the media mislead, she added, 'the wells of public discourse and public life are poisoned'.

Dr Onora O'Neill #Quote by Ian Hargreaves
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Jane Seymour
#39. 'Dr. Quinn' came along when I turned 40, so my career actually peaked then. #Quote by Jane Seymour
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Alice Cooper
#40. How old are you? Sixteen? S-seventeen? [asks security guard] Is seventeen legal? #Quote by Alice Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Bertrand De Jouvenel
#41. Democracy, then, in the centralizing, pattern-making, absolutist shape which we have given to it is, it is clear, the time of tyranny's incubation. #Quote by Bertrand De Jouvenel
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Sara Paretsky
#42. This was a very progressive group of clergy who foresaw the race riots that were going to take place when Dr. King started helping the local civil rights community push for open housing. They were sort of hoping against hope that we could educate kids in a way that could counter some of the racist messages they were imbibing at home. I don't know whether we did any good, but it changed my life in every single way. #Quote by Sara Paretsky
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Jilly Cooper
#43. He thought of Hilary's tantrums, of her vacuum-cleaner kisses, her sharp teeth and scraping hands. #Quote by Jilly Cooper
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Tim Cahill
#44. As one of the first editors at 'Outside' magazine in 1975, it was my contention that most American writing going back to James Fennimore Cooper and then through Twain up to Hemingway had been outdoor writing. At that time, adventure writing meant stuff like 'Saga' or 'Argosy.' 'Death Race with the Jungle Leper Army!' That kind of thing. #Quote by Tim Cahill
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Whitley Strieber
#45. The Mars Committee and its various offshoots have struggled consistently over the years on behalf of the public interest. Their work is presented with great documentary force in Dr. Stanley V McDaniel's 1993 book, The McDaniel Report, published by North Atlantic Books of Berkeley, California. This report should be required reading for anybody who cares about the future of public science. #Quote by Whitley Strieber
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Asa Don Brown
#46. As a clinician, I unapologetically believe that we must no longer identify our patients/clients with the addiction. While they may struggle with an addiction, the addiction itself is no different than any other form of medical ailment and disease. #Quote by Asa Don Brown
Dr Bertrand Legman Cooper quotes by Mark Batterson
#47. New Testament scholar Dr. Gordon Fee said that life is a wilderness, and a compass doesn't help very much. A map certainly doesn't help because you have to know where you are for starters. What you need in a place you've never been before is a guide. Jesus becomes the Guide to the Father's house. #Quote by Mark Batterson

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