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Errors quotes by Ben Goldacre
#1. Nutritionists are alternative therapists, but have somehow managed to brand themselves as men and women of science. Their errors are much more interesting than those of the homeopaths, because they have a grain of real science to them, and that makes them not only more interesting, but also more dangerous, because the real threat from cranks is not that their customers might die – there is the odd case, although it seems crass to harp on about them – but that they systematically undermine the public's understanding of the very nature of evidence. #Quote by Ben Goldacre
Errors quotes by Steven Brust
#2. A stupid person can make only certain, limited types of errors; the mistakes open to a clever fellow are far broader. But to the one who knows how smart he is compared to everyone else, the possibilities for true idiocy are boundless. #Quote by Steven Brust
Errors quotes by Gautama Buddha
#3. The evils of the body are murder, theft, and adultery; of the tongue, lying, slander, abuse and idle talk; of the mind, covetousness, hatred and error. #Quote by Gautama Buddha
Errors quotes by Umberto Eco
#4. History is a blood-drenched enigma and the world an error. #Quote by Umberto Eco
Errors quotes by Galileo Galilei
#5. After an injunction had been judicially intimated to me by this Holy Office, to the effect that I must altogether abandon the false opinion that the sun is the center of the world and immovable, and that the earth is not the center of the world, and moves, and that I must not hold, defend, or teach in any way whatsoever, verbally or in writing, the said false doctrine, and after it had been notified to me that the said doctrine was contrary to Holy Scripture - I wrote and printed a book in which I discuss this new doctrine already condemned, and adduce arguments of great cogency in its favor, without presenting any solution of these, and for this reason I have been pronounced by the Holy Office to be vehemently suspected of heresy, that is to say, of having held and believed that the Sun is the center of the world and immovable, and that the earth is not the center and moves:

Therefore, desiring to remove from the minds of your Eminences, and of all faithful Christians, this vehement suspicion, justly conceived against me, with sincere heart and unfeigned faith I abjure, curse, and detest the aforesaid errors and heresies, and generally every other error, heresy, and sect whatsoever contrary to the said Holy Church, and I swear that in the future I will never again say or assert, verbally or in writing, anything that might furnish occasion for a similar suspicion regarding me; but that should I know any heretic, or person suspected of heresy, I will denounce him #Quote by Galileo Galilei
Errors quotes by David Mezzapelle
#6. TALENT When I was young I had a great talent For bitching and moaning, Lamenting my errors Lost in self-pity's groaning. And now as the leaves on my branches grow dark The life force within me ignited a spark, Can do it, will do it Talent - that's all there is to it! A poem by Karen Lyons Kalmenson #Quote by David Mezzapelle
Errors quotes by Nicolas Gomez Davila
#7. Man forges his own history, imposing on nature the errors of his free will. If hatred and greed drag man down among bloody mazes, the struggle is joined between perverted freedoms and just freedoms. #Quote by Nicolas Gomez Davila
Errors quotes by Atul Gawande
#8. We are all plagued by failures - by missed subtleties, overlooked knowledge, and outright errors. For the most part, we have imagined that little can be done beyond working harder and harder to catch the problems clean up after them. We are not in the habit of thinking the way the army pilots did as they looked upon their shiny new Model 299 bomber - a machine so complex no one was sure human beings could try it. #Quote by Atul Gawande
Errors quotes by Martin Luther
#9. We rightly confess, in our articles of belief, that there is a holy church; for it is invisible, dwelling in a place that none can attain unto, and therefore her holiness cannot be seen; for God doth so hide and cover her with infirmities, with errors, with divers forms of the cross and offences, that according to the judgment of reason, it is nowhere to be seen. #Quote by Martin Luther
Errors quotes by Min Jin Lee
#10. Etsuko had to go back to the restaurant, but she settled on the sofa for a few minutes. When she had been a young mother there used to be only one time in her waking hours where she'd felt a kind of peace, and that was always after her children went to bed for the night. She longed to see her sons as they were back then: their legs chubby and white, their mushroom haircuts misshapen because they could never sit still at the barber. She wished she could take back the times she had scolded her children just because she was tired. There were so many errors. If life allowed revisions, she would let them stay in their bath a little longer, read them one more story before bed, and fix them another plate of shrimp. #Quote by Min Jin Lee
Errors quotes by David Hume
#11. Generally speaking, the errors in religion are dangerous; those in philosophy only ridiculous. #Quote by David Hume
Errors quotes by Auliq Ice
#12. Mistakes and errors, destinations and journeys are all the same and are paid with pain. #Quote by Auliq Ice
Errors quotes by Michio Kaku
#13. A careful analysis of the DNA within the mitochondria indicates that errors are indeed concentrated here. The hope is that one day scientists might use the cells' own repair mechanisms to reverse the buildup of errors in the mitochondriaand therefore prolong the cells' useful life. #Quote by Michio Kaku
Errors quotes by Henry Miller
#14. Talk is only a pretext for other, subtler forms of communication. When the latter are inoperative speech becomes dead. If two people are intent upon communicating with one another it doesn't matter in the least how bewildering the talk becomes. People who insist upon clarity and logic often fail in making themselves understood. They are always-searching for a more perfect transmitter, deluded by the supposition that the mind is the only instrument for the exchange of thought. When one really begin to talk one delivers himself. Words are thrown about recklessly, not counted like pennies. One doesn't care about grammatical or factual errors, contradictions, lies and so on. One talks. If you are talking to some one who knows how to listen he understands perfectly, even though the words make no sense. When this kind of talk gets under way a marriage takes place, no matter whether you are talking to a man or a woman. Men talking with other men have as much need of this sort of marriage as women talking with women have. Married couples seldom enjoy this kind of talk, for reasons which are only too obvious. #Quote by Henry Miller
Errors quotes by Francis Shenstone
#15. Clever people learn from their mistakes; wise people study other people's errors first. #Quote by Francis Shenstone
Errors quotes by J. Robert Oppenheimer
#16. We do not believe any group of men adequate enough or wise enough to operate without scrutiny or without criticism. We know that the only way to avoid error is to detect it, that the only way to detect it is to be free to inquire. We know that in secrecy error undetected will flourish and subvert. #Quote by J. Robert Oppenheimer
Errors quotes by Salman Rushdie
#17. How treacherous history is! Half-truths, ignorance, deceptions, false trails, errors and lies, and buried somewhere in between all of that, the truth, in which it is easy to lose faith, of which it is consequently easy to say, it's a chimera, there's no such thing, everything is relative, one man's absolute belief is another man's fairy tale; but about which we insist, we insist most emphatically, that it is too important an idea to give up to the relativity merchants. #Quote by Salman Rushdie
Errors quotes by Norman Cousins
#18. History is an accumulation of error. #Quote by Norman Cousins
Errors quotes by Lewis M. Branscomb
#19. We must understand that the fact of error, demonstrated in subsequent work, does not suggest that ethical lapses are responsible. It is more likely that the source of error is, as the advertisement says, a reflection of the fact that "its dangerous to trifle with Mother Nature". #Quote by Lewis M. Branscomb
Errors quotes by Tahar Ben Jelloun
#20. The mistake we make is to attribute to religions the errors and fanaticism of human beings. #Quote by Tahar Ben Jelloun
Errors quotes by Mark Fisher
#21. [I]t is a mistake to rush to impose the individual ethical responsibility that the corporate structure deflects. This is the temptation of the ethical which, as Zizek has argued, the capitalist system is using in order to protect itself in the wake of the credit crisis - the blame will be put on supposedly pathological individuals, those' abusing the system', rather than on the system itself. But the evasion is actually a two step procedure - since structure will often be invoked (either implicitly or openly) precisely at the point when there is the possibility of individuals who belong to the corporate structure being punished. At this point, suddenly, the causes of abuse or atrocity are so systemic, so diffuse, that no individual can be held responsible… But this impasse - it is only individuals that can be held ethically responsible for actions, and yet the cause of these abuses and errors is corporate, systemic - is not only a dissimulation: it precisely indicates what is lacking in capitalism. What agencies are capable of regulating and controlling impersonal structures? How is it possible to chastise a corporate structure? Yes, corporations can legally be treated as individuals - but the problem is that corporations, whilst certainly entities, are not like individual humans, and any analogy between punishing corporations and punishing individuals will therefore necessarily be poor. And it is not as if corporations are the deep-level agents behind everything; they are th #Quote by Mark Fisher
Errors quotes by Mark Z. Danielewski
#22. I've come to believe errors, especially written errors, are often the only markers left by a solitary life: to sacrifice them is to lose the angles of personality, the riddle of a soul. In this case a very old soul. A very old riddle. #Quote by Mark Z. Danielewski
Errors quotes by Steven Johnson
#23. How could so many intelligent people be so grievously wrong for such an extended period of time? How could they ignore so much overwhelming evidence that contradicted their most basic theories? These questions, too, deserve their own discipline: the sociology of error. #Quote by Steven Johnson
Errors quotes by John Henry Newman
#24. Feast of Clare of Assisi, Founder of the Order of Minoresses (Poor Clares), 1253 Commemoration of John Henry Newman, Priest, Teacher, Tractarian, 1890 It is our great relief that God is not extreme to mark what is done amiss, that he looks at the motives, and accepts and blesses in spite of incidental errors. #Quote by John Henry Newman
Errors quotes by Rene Descartes
#25. But as soon as I had finished my course of study, at which time it is usual to be admitted to the ranks of the well educated, I completely changed my opinion, for I found myself bogged down in so many doubts and errors, that it seemed to me that having set out to become learned, I had derived no benefit from my studies, other than that of progressively revealing to myself how ignorant I was. #Quote by Rene Descartes
Errors quotes by Mick Cochrane
#26. Molly stood up. You made an error! She felt like saying. A bad throw. So what? It's a baseball game. A game. Who really cares? A bad throw? In the great scheme of things? A bad throw? Of course she didn't say that. She understood that your own errors always feel tragic. #Quote by Mick Cochrane
Errors quotes by Arthur Schopenhauer
#27. Every man takes the limits of his own field of vision for the limits of the world. #Quote by Arthur Schopenhauer
Errors quotes by Terry Pratchett
#28. Untruthful?" said Ridcully. "Me? I'm as honest as the day is long! Yes, what is it this time?" Ponder had tugged at his robe and now he whispered something in his ear. Ridcully cleared his throat. "I am reminded that this is in fact the shortest day of the year," he said. "However, this does not undermine the point that I just made, although I thank my colleague for his invaluable support and constant readiness to correct minor if not downright trivial errors. I am a remarkably truthful man, sir. Things said at University council meetings don't count. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Errors quotes by Rebecca West
#29. It's an absurd error to put modern English literature in the curriculum. You should read contemporary literature for pleasure or not at all. You shouldn't be taught to monkey with it. #Quote by Rebecca West
Errors quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#30. Marriages that made out of love (so-called "love-matches") have error as their father and misery (necessity) as their mother. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Errors quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#31. Confession of errors is like a broom which sweeps away the dirt and leaves the surface brighter and clearer. I feel stronger for confession. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Errors quotes by Marilynne Robinson
#32. There is a saying that to understand is to forgive, but that is an error, so Papa used to say. You must forgive in order to understand. Until you forgive, you defend yourself against the possibility of understanding ... If you forgive, he would say, you may indeed still not understand, but you will be ready to understand, and that is the posture of grace. #Quote by Marilynne Robinson
Errors quotes by Eric Russell
#33. For explanations, they did not look in the pages of the visitor's book to see if others likewise found that ghostly happenings abound. #Quote by Eric Russell
Errors quotes by Donald Rumsfeld
#34. It isn't making mistakes that's critical; it's correcting them and getting on with the principal task. #Quote by Donald Rumsfeld
Errors quotes by Patricia Barry
#35. I plan to rearrange the alphabetical order because i think it has a very big error on the parts of the sequence of some letters. For example, I have just discovered that U and I should be together. #Quote by Patricia Barry
Errors quotes by Robert H. Schuller
#36. The classical error of historical Christianity is that we have never started with the value of the person. Rather, we have started from the 'unworthiness of the sinner,' and that starting point has set the stage for the glorification of human shame in Christian theology. #Quote by Robert H. Schuller
Errors quotes by Clint Eastwood
#37. Other than obvious errors like forgetting a line, often I can't see any difference between take one and take 20. #Quote by Clint Eastwood
Errors quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
#38. Error is to truth as sleep is to waking. I have observed that one turns, as if refreshed, from error back to truth. #Quote by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Errors quotes by Jacob Bronowski
#39. Every judgment in science stands on the edge of error, and is personal. #Quote by Jacob Bronowski
Errors quotes by Neel Burton
#40. The things that people laugh about most are their errors and inadequacies; the difficult challenges that they face such as personal identity, social and sexual relationships, and death; and incongruity, absurdity, and meaninglessness. These are all deeply human concerns and challenges: just as no one has ever seen a laughing dog, so no one has ever heard about a laughing god. #Quote by Neel Burton
Errors quotes by Luc De Clapiers
#41. Despair is the greatest of our errors. #Quote by Luc De Clapiers
Errors quotes by Antonio Lobo Antunes
#42. Whenever anyone declares having read a book of mine I am disappointed by the error. That's because my books are not to be read in the sense usually called reading: the only way it seems to me to approach the novels that I write is to catch them in the same manner that one catches an illness. #Quote by Antonio Lobo Antunes
Errors quotes by Steve Klabnik
#43. Inheritance has recently fallen out of favor as a programming design solution in many programming languages because it's often at risk of sharing more code than necessary. Subclasses shouldn't always share all characteristics of their parent class but will do so with inheritance. This can make a program's design less flexible. It also introduces the possibility of calling methods on subclasses that don't make sense or that cause errors because the methods don't apply to the subclass. In addition, some languages will only allow a subclass to inherit from one class, further restricting the flexibility of a program's design.

For these reasons, Rust takes a different approach, using trait objects instead of inheritance. #Quote by Steve Klabnik
Errors quotes by Primo Levi
#44. An enemy who sees the error of his ways ceases to be an enemy. #Quote by Primo Levi
Errors quotes by Georg Brandes
#45. Nietzsche says that as soon as he had read a single page of Schopenhauer, he knew he would read every page of him and pay heed to every word, even to the errors he might find. Every intellectual aspirant will be able to name men whom he has read in this way. #Quote by Georg Brandes
Errors quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#46. It is not to everyone's taste that truth should be pronounced pleasant. But at least let no one believe that error becomes truth when it is pronounced unpleasant. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Errors quotes by Dale E. Turner
#47. The error of the past is the wisdom of the future. #Quote by Dale E. Turner
Errors quotes by Sherry Turkle
#48. In debugging, errors are seen not as false but as fixable. This is a state of mind that makes it easy to learn from .6 Multiple passes also brought a new feel for the complexity of design decisions. #Quote by Sherry Turkle
Errors quotes by Ibn Khaldun
#49. Geometry enlightens the intellect and sets one's mind right. All of its proofs are very clear and orderly. It is hardly possible for errors to enter into geometrical reasoning, because it is well arranged and orderly. Thus, the mind that constantly applies itself to geometry is not likely to fall into error. In this convenient way, the person who knows geometry acquires intelligence. #Quote by Ibn Khaldun
Errors quotes by William Shakespeare
#50. Small cheer and great welcome makes a merry feast. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Errors quotes by Spencer W. Kimball
#51. The holy prophets have not only refused to follow erroneous human trends, but have pointed out these errors. No wonder the response to the prophets has not always been one of indifference. So often the prophets have been rejected because they first rejected the wrong ways of their own society ...
Prophets have a way of jarring the carnal mind. Too often the holy prophets are wrongly perceived as harsh and as anxious to make a record in order to say, "I told you so." Those prophets I have known are the most loving of men. It is because of their love and integrity that they cannot modify the Lord's message merely to make people feel comfortable. They are too kind to be so cruel. I am so grateful that prophets do not crave popularity. #Quote by Spencer W. Kimball
Errors quotes by Tim Fargo
#52. Mistakes should be examined, learned from, and discarded; not dwelled upon and stored. #Quote by Tim Fargo
Errors quotes by Juliet Marillier
#53. The day before you died was the longest, slowest day ever. It gave you more time than you could possibly want to contemplate all the things you'd got wrong, the chances you'd missed, the errors you'd made. It was long enough to convince the most hopeful person that there was no point in anything. #Quote by Juliet Marillier
Errors quotes by Joan Robinson
#54. Progress is slow partly from mere intellectual inertia. In a subject where there is no agreed procedure for knocking out errors, doctrines have a long life. A professor teaches what he was taught, and his pupils, with a proper respect and reverence for teachers, set up a resistance against his critics for no other reason than that it was he whose pupils they were. #Quote by Joan Robinson
Errors quotes by Jean-Baptiste Say
#55. Nothing is more dangerous in practice, than an obstinate, unbending adherence to a system, particularly in its application to the wants and errors of mankind. #Quote by Jean-Baptiste Say
Errors quotes by Steve McIntyre
#56. The data set of proxies of past climate used in Mann ... for the estimation of temperature from 1400 to 1980 contains collation errors, unjustifiable truncation or extrapolation of source data, obsolete data, geographical location errors, incorrect calculation of principal components and other quality control defects. #Quote by Steve McIntyre
Errors quotes by Joan Robinson
#57. Science progresses by trial and error, and when it is forbidden to admit error there can be no progress. #Quote by Joan Robinson
Errors quotes by Olawale Daniel
#58. You live in a world where people remember your error far more than the testimony after. So you gotta be careful with your record. #Quote by Olawale Daniel
Errors quotes by Jim Rohn
#59. Success simple disciplines, practiced every day, while failure a few errors in judgment, repeated every day. Choose to succeed. #Quote by Jim Rohn
Errors quotes by Hazrat Inayat Khan
#60. To be really sorry for one's errors is like opening the door of Heaven. #Quote by Hazrat Inayat Khan
Errors quotes by Luc De Clapiers
#61. The young suffer less from their own errors than from the cautiousness of the old. #Quote by Luc De Clapiers
Errors quotes by Steve McConnell
#62. Eighty percent of the errors are found in 20 percent of a project's classes or routines #Quote by Steve McConnell
Errors quotes by David R. Hawkins
#63. Human progress is evolutionary, and therefore mistakes and errors are inevitable. The only real tragedy is to become older but not wiser. #Quote by David R. Hawkins
Errors quotes by Thomas Jefferson
#64. He who knows nothing is closer to the truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors. #Quote by Thomas Jefferson
Errors quotes by Pietro Metastasio
#65. How full of error is the judgment of mankind! They wonder at results when they are ignorant of the reasons #Quote by Pietro Metastasio
Errors quotes by Ljupka Cvetanova
#66. To err is human. To count other people's errors is humane #Quote by Ljupka Cvetanova
Errors quotes by Ernest Kurtz
#67. Baseball teaches that errors are part of the game. #Quote by Ernest Kurtz
Errors quotes by Thomas Jefferson
#68. The declaration that religious faith shall be unpunished does not give immunity to criminal acts dictated by religious error. #Quote by Thomas Jefferson
Errors quotes by Bryan Caplan
#69. There are two sources of error: Either you lack sufficient data, or you fail to take advantage of the data that you have. #Quote by Bryan Caplan
Errors quotes by Marie Brennan
#70. You and I are not held to the same standards, Andrew. People will forgive a slip, a weakness, a minor personal folly - when it comes from a man. They may click their tongues at you, even gossip about your behavior…but at worst, it will only reflect on you.

"If I misstep, it goes far beyond me. Errors on my part are proof that women are unsuited to professional work. #Quote by Marie Brennan
Errors quotes by Richard Whately
#71. The more secure we feel against our liability to any error to which, in fact, we are liable, the greater must be our danger of falling into it. #Quote by Richard Whately
Errors quotes by Jeff Schultz
#72. If Jim Mora loses his job with the Falcons, it most likely will be because of wins and losses. Problem is, when you work for such an image-conscious owner and in the most fickle of sports towns, random acts of dumbness tend to shrink a guy's margin for error. #Quote by Jeff Schultz
Errors quotes by Kenneth Appel
#73. Probability of human error is considerably higher than that of machine error. #Quote by Kenneth Appel
Errors quotes by Daniel Coyle
#74. Deep practice feels a bit like exploring a dark and unfamiliar room. You start slowly, you bump into furniture, stop, think, and start again. Slowly, and a little painfully, you explore the space over and over, attending to errors, extending your reach into the room a bit farther each time, building a mental map until you can move through it quickly and intuitively. #Quote by Daniel Coyle
Errors quotes by Aberjhani
#75. The study of history empowers nations and individuals with an ability to avoid errors of the past and lay foundations for victories in the future. #Quote by Aberjhani
Errors quotes by Harris Coulter
#76. Decisions which affect the individual's health and life should not be forced upon him by self-appointed groups of experts who are not even in a position to take responsibility for their errors. #Quote by Harris Coulter
Errors quotes by Rowland S. Miller
#77. In particular, husbands and wives who do poorly at nonverbal communication tend to be dissatisfied with their marriages. Moreover, when such problems occur, it's usually the husband's fault .

In the first ingenious study of this sort, Patricia Noller (1980) found that
husbands in unhappy marriages sent more confusing messages and made more decoding errors than happy husbands did. There were no such differences among the wives, so the poorer communication Noller observed in the distressed marriages appeared to be the husbands' fault. Men in troubled marriages were misinterpreting communications from their wives that were clearly legible to total strangers.

Even worse, such husbands were completely clueless about their mistakes; they assumed that they were doing a fine job communicating with their wives, and were confident that they understood their wives and that their wives understood them. The men were doing a poor job communicating and didn't know it, and that's why they seemed to be at fault. #Quote by Rowland S. Miller
Errors quotes by John Kenneth Galbraith
#78. Nostalgia combines regularly with manifest respectability to give credence to old error as opposed to new truth. #Quote by John Kenneth Galbraith
Errors quotes by Norman Vincent Peale
#79. If you've been full of error and defeat, be done with it. Say, "By God's grace, I'm done with it," and take charge of yourself like never before." #Quote by Norman Vincent Peale
Errors quotes by Gideon Welles
#80. The War has been waged with success, although there have been in some instances errors and misfortunes. But the heart of the nation is sounder and its hopes brighter. #Quote by Gideon Welles
Errors quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#81. Were the offer made true, I would engage to run again, from beginning to end, the same career of life. All I would ask should be the privilege of an author, to correct, in a second edition, certain errors of the first. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Errors quotes by Jonathan Haidt
#82. People are wrong when they say that everything should be more diverse, even, say, rock bands. It's an error, an overgeneralization. #Quote by Jonathan Haidt
Errors quotes by Jacob Bigelow
#83. It is common error to infer that things which are consecutive in order of time have necessarily the relation of cause and effect. #Quote by Jacob Bigelow
Errors quotes by Lord Acton
#84. There is no error so monstrous that it fails to find defenders among the ablest men. #Quote by Lord Acton
Errors quotes by David Brainerd
#85. As the most extravagant errors were received among the established articles of their faith, so the most infamous vices obtained in their practice, and were indulged not only with impunity, but authorized by the sanction of their laws. #Quote by David Brainerd
Errors quotes by Charlie Munger
#86. Forgetting your mistakes is a terrible error if you are trying to improve your cognition. #Quote by Charlie Munger
Errors quotes by Francois Magendie
#87. I know that certain minds would regard as audacious the idea of relating the laws which preside over the play of our organs to those laws which govern inanimate bodies; but, although novel, this truth is none the less incontestable. To hold that the phenomena of life are entirely distinct from the general phenomena of nature is to commit a grave error, it is to oppose the continued progress of science. #Quote by Francois Magendie
Errors quotes by Sophocles
#88. To err is common to all mankind, but having erred he is no longer reckless nor unblest who haven fallen into evil seeks a cure, nor remains unmoved. #Quote by Sophocles
Errors quotes by Ali Ibn Abi Talib
#89. Always consider your intellect to be lacking; otherwise too much faith in it surely leads to error. #Quote by Ali Ibn Abi Talib
Errors quotes by John Kessel
#90. In volleyball there are many reasons for errors but not a single excuse. #Quote by John Kessel
Errors quotes by George Berkeley
#91. Philosophy being nothing else but the study of wisdom and truth, it may with reason be expected that those who have spent most time and pains in it should enjoy a greater calm and serenity of mind, a greater clearness and evidence of knowledge, and be less disturbed with doubts and difficulties than other men. Yet so it is, we see the illiterate bulk of mankind that walk the high-road of plain common sense, and are governed by the dictates of nature, for the most part easy and undisturbed. To them nothing that is familiar appears unaccountable or difficult to comprehend. They complain not of any want of evidence in their senses, and are out of all danger of becoming Sceptics. But no sooner do we depart from sense and instinct to follow the light of a superior principle, to reason, meditate, and reflect on the nature of things, but a thousand scruples spring up in our minds concerning those things which before we seemed fully to comprehend. Prejudices and errors of sense do from all parts discover themselves to our view; and, endeavouring to correct these by reason, we are insensibly drawn into uncouth paradoxes, difficulties, and inconsistencies, which multiply and grow upon us as we advance in speculation, till at length, having wandered through many intricate mazes, we find ourselves just where we were, or, which is worse, sit down in a forlorn Scepticism. #Quote by George Berkeley
Errors quotes by William Blake
#92. The Errors of a Wise Man make your Rule Rather than the Perfections of a Fool. #Quote by William Blake
Errors quotes by Benjamin Rush
#93. Controversy is only dreaded by the advocates of error. #Quote by Benjamin Rush
Errors quotes by Harlan Mills
#94. An interactive debugger is an outstanding example of what is not needed - it encourages trial-and-error hacking rather than systematic design, and also hides marginal people barely qualified for precision programming. #Quote by Harlan Mills
Errors quotes by Wilhelm Reich
#95. It was one of the greatest errors in evaluating dictatorship to say that the dictator forces himself on society against its own will. In reality, every dictator in history was nothing but the accentuation of already existing state ideas which he had only to exaggerate in order to gain power #Quote by Wilhelm Reich
Errors quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#96. None but the well-bred man knows how to confess a fault, or acknowledge himself in an error. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Errors quotes by Stephen Hawking
#97. The Greeks' Christian successors rejected the idea that the universe is governed by indifferent natural law. They also rejected the idea that humans do not hold a privileged place within that universe. And though the medieval period had no single coherent philosophical system, a common theme was that the universe is God's dollhouse, and religion a far worthier study than the phenomena of nature. Indeed, in 1277 Bishop Tempier of Paris, acting on the instructions of Pope John XXI, published a list of 219 errors or heresies that were to be condemned. Among the heresies was the idea that nature follows laws, because this conflicts with God's omnipotence. Interestingly, Pope John was killed by the effects of the law of gravity a few months later when the roof of his palace fell in on him. #Quote by Stephen Hawking
Errors quotes by James Madison
#98. To the press alone, chequered as it is with abuses, the world is indebted for all the triumphs which have been gained by reason and humanity over error and oppression. #Quote by James Madison
Errors quotes by Mortimer Adler
#99. Ultimately there can be no disagreement between history, science, philosophy, and theology. Where there is disagreement, there is either ignorance or error. #Quote by Mortimer Adler
Errors quotes by William C. Brown
#100. Examples of human stupidity. Blasphemy in Pakistan can now include spelling errors by children or throwing away a card bearing the name "Muhammad". #Quote by William C. Brown
Errors quotes by Norman Vincent Peale
#101. Learn from both your mistakes and successes because if you learn only from your mistakes you will only learn more errors #Quote by Norman Vincent Peale
Errors quotes by Andrew Soltis
#102. Failing to open the center at the right moment - a common error by White in the Exchange Lopez - can allow Black an excellent game. #Quote by Andrew Soltis
Errors quotes by Pierre Bayle
#103. Philosophy can be compared to some powders that are so corrosive that, after they have eaten away the infected flesh of a wound, they then devour the living flesh, rot the bones, and penetrate to the very marrow. Philosophy at first refutes errors. But if it is not stopped at this point, it goes on to attack truths. And when it is left on its own, it goes so far that it no longer knows where it is and can find no stopping place. #Quote by Pierre Bayle
Errors quotes by Iris Murdoch
#104. Love is the source of our greatest errors; but when it is even partially refined it is the energy and the passion of the soul in its search for Good, the force that joins us to Good and joins us to the world through Good. Its existence is the unmistakable sign that we are spiritual creatures, attracted by excellence and made for the Good. It is a reflection of the warmth and light of the sun. #Quote by Iris Murdoch
Errors quotes by Anatole France
#105. Truth possesses within herself a penetrating force, unknown alike to error and falsehood. I say 'truth' and you understand my meaning. For the beautiful words truth and justice need not to be defined in order to be understood in their true sense. #Quote by Anatole France
Errors quotes by Frederic Farrar
#106. Although a friend may remain faithful in misfortune, yet none but the very best and loftiest will remain faithful to us after our errors and our sins. #Quote by Frederic Farrar
Errors quotes by Benjamin Tucker
#107. The makers of dictionaries are dependent upon specialists for their definitions. A specialist's definition may be true or it may be erroneous. But its truth cannot be increased or its error diminished by its acceptance by the lexicographer. Each definition must stand on its own merits. #Quote by Benjamin Tucker
Errors quotes by Steve McConnell
#108. Error processing is turning out to be one of the thorniest problems of modern computer science, and you can't afford to deal with it haphazardly. Some people have estimated that as much as 90 percent of a program's code is written for exceptional, error-processing cases or housekeeping, implying that only 10 percent is written for nominal cases (Shaw in Bentley 1982). With so much code dedicated to handling errors, a strategy for handling them consistently should be spelled out in the architecture. #Quote by Steve McConnell
Errors quotes by Richard Hamming
#109. Most people like to believe something is or is not true. Great scientists tolerate ambiguity very well. They believe the theory enough to go ahead; they doubt it enough to notice the errors and faults so they can step forward and create the new replacement theory. If you believe too much you'll never notice the flaws; if you doubt too much you won't get started. It requires a lovely balance. #Quote by Richard Hamming
Errors quotes by Dave Eggers
#110. Kit, you know the key to relating to your parents now? It's mercy. Children, when they become teenagers and then young adults, grow unforgiving. Anything but perfection is pathos. Children are judgmental on an Old Testament level. All errors are unforgivable, as if a contract of perfection has been broken. But what if one's parents are granted the same mercy, the same empathy as other humans? Children need more Jesus in them. #Quote by Dave Eggers
Errors quotes by David Bentley Hart
#111. The notion that any discovery of empirical science could possibly reduce God's circumstances, so to speak, or have any effect whatsoever on the logical content of the concept of God or of creation is one of the vulgar errors I wish to expose below. #Quote by David Bentley Hart
Errors quotes by William Ellery Channing
#112. God is another name for human intelligence raised above all error and imperfection, and extended to all possible truth. #Quote by William Ellery Channing
Errors quotes by Stewart Stafford
#113. Don't listen to advice. Give yourself the freedom to make your own errors, it's the only way you'll learn. #Quote by Stewart Stafford
Errors quotes by William Carlos Williams
#114. No opinion can be trusted; even the facts may be nothing but a printer's error. #Quote by William Carlos Williams
Errors quotes by John Keats
#115. Don't be discouraged by a failure. It can be a positive experience. Failure is, in a sense, the highway to success, inasmuch as every discovery of what is false leads us to seek earnestly after what is true, and every fresh experience points out some form of error which we shall afterwards carefully avoid. #Quote by John Keats
Errors quotes by Christopher Hitchens
#116. The faithful believe that certain truths have been 'revealed.' The skeptics and secularists believe that truth is only to be sought by free inquiry and trial and error. Only one of those positions is dogmatic. #Quote by Christopher Hitchens
Errors quotes by Stewart Stafford
#117. A mistake is an experience, choice or concept it is necessary for us to have or make in order to evolve beyond it. Errors can be the launchpad of great ideas. #Quote by Stewart Stafford
Errors quotes by Trofim Lysenko
#118. Darwin himself, in his day, was unable to fight free of the theoretical errors of which he was guilty. It was the classics of Marxism that revealed those errors and pointed them out. #Quote by Trofim Lysenko
Errors quotes by David D. Burns
#119. There is no 'ultimate goal of therapy.' Thinking there is some ultimate or universal goal of therapy is one of the most fundamental errors of our field. To me, that concept is rather arrogant, as if therapists were some kind of spiritual experts who knew what human beings are supposed to be like. #Quote by David D. Burns
Errors quotes by Wendell Berry
#120. That we can prescribe the terms of our own success, that we can live outside or in ignorance of the Great Economy are the greatest errors. They condemn us to a life without a standard, wavering in inescapable bewilderment from paltry self-satisfaction to paltry self-dissatisfaction. But since we have no place to live but in the Great Economy, whether or not we know that and act accordingly is the critical question, not about economy merely, but about human life itself.

It is possible to make a little economy, such as our present one, that is so short-sighted and in which accounting is of so short a term as to give the impression that vices are necessary and practically justifiable. When we make our economy a little wheel turning in opposition to what we call "nature," then we set up competitiveness as the ruling principle in our explanation of reality and in our understanding of economy; we make of it, willy-nilly, a virtue. But competitiveness, as a ruling principle and a virtue, imposes a logic that is extremely difficult, perhaps impossible, to control. That logic explains why our cars and our clothes are shoddily made, why our "wastes" are toxic, and why our "defensive" weapons are suicidal; it explains why it is so difficult for us to draw a line between "free enterprise" and crime. If our economic ideal is maximum profit with minimum responsibility, why should we be surprised to find our corporations so frequently in court and robbery on the increase? Why sh #Quote by Wendell Berry
Errors quotes by Daniel Kahneman
#121. There are distinctive patterns in the errors people make. Systematic errors are known as biases, and they recur predictably in particular circumstances.... The availability of a diagnostic label for this bias--the halo effect--makes it easier to anticipate, recognize, and understand. #Quote by Daniel Kahneman
Errors quotes by Aristotle.
#122. To let them share in the highest offices is to take a risk; inevitably, their unjust standards will cause them to commit injustice, and their lack of judgement will lead them into error. On the other hand there is a risk in not giving them a share, and in their non participation, for when there are many who have no property and no honours they inevitably constitute a huge hostile element in the state. But it can still remain open to them to participate in deliberating and judging. #Quote by Aristotle.
Errors quotes by Arturo Graf
#123. The knowledge and reason speak, ignorance and error shout. #Quote by Arturo Graf
Errors quotes by Stewart Stafford
#124. Perfection is an illusion. Yet perfectionists demand it from others while being far from flawless themselves. The margin of error of the human condition is often our greatest area of excellence and discovery. #Quote by Stewart Stafford
Errors quotes by Martin Powell
#125. It's time to calculate your risks make amends to reduce errors and increase your successes #Quote by Martin Powell
Errors quotes by Scott Turow
#126. 'Reversible Errors' is about the limits of the law to define who committed ultimate evil, to define what ultimate evil is, to allow the million arbitrary factors to make this a meaningful punishment, and finally to say, 'Are we really accomplishing what we wanted to accomplish? Are those anxieties relieved?' I don't think so. #Quote by Scott Turow
Errors quotes by Alan Garner
#127. I live, at all times, for imaginative fiction; for ambivalence, not instruction. When language serves dogma, then literature is lost. I live also, and only, for excellence. My care is not for the cult of egalitarian mediocrity that is sweeping the world today, wherein even the critics are no longer qualified to differentiate, but for literature, which you may notice I have not defined. I would say that, because of its essential ambivalence, 'literature' is: words that provoke a response; that invite the reader or listener to partake of the creative act. There can be no one meaning for a text. Even that of the writer is a but an option.

"Literature exists at every level of experience. It is inclusive, not exclusive. It embraces; it does not reduce, however simply it is expressed. The purpose of the storyteller is to relate the truth in a manner that is simple: to integrate without reduction; for it is rarely possible to declare the truth as it is, because the universe presents itself as a Mystery. We have to find parables; we have to tell stories to unriddle the world.

"It is a paradox: yet one so important I must restate it. The job of a storyteller is to speak the truth; but what we feel most deeply cannot be spoken in words. At this level only images connect. And so story becomes symbol; and symbol is myth."

"It is one of the main errors of historical and rational analysis to suppose that the 'original form' of myth can be separated from its #Quote by Alan Garner
Errors quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#128. All faiths constitute a revelation of Truth, but all are imperfect and liable to error. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Errors quotes by Andreas Heinz
#129. Altogether, these observations suggest that several processes contribute to psychotic experience: the loss of familiarity with the world, hypothetically associated with noisy information processing; increased novelty detection mediated by the hippocampus; associated alterations of prefrontal cortical processing, which have reliably been associated with impairments in working memory and other executive functions; increased top-down effects of prior beliefs mediated by the frontal cortex that may reflect compensatory efforts to cope with an increasingly complex and unfamiliar world; and finally disinhibition of subcortical dopaminergic neurotransmission, which increases salience attribution to otherwise irrelevant stimuli. Furthermore, increased noise of chaotic or stress-dependent dopamine firing can reduce the encoding of errors of reward prediction elicited by primary and secondary reinforcers, thus contributing to a subjective focusing of attention on apparently novel and mysterious environmental cues while reducing attention and motivation elicited by common and natural and social stimuli. #Quote by Andreas Heinz
Errors quotes by Amos Tversky
#130. Whenever there is a simple error that most laymen fall for, there is always a slightly more sophisticated version of the same problem that experts fall for. #Quote by Amos Tversky
Errors quotes by Franz Kafka
#131. All human errors are impatience, a premature breaking off of methodical procedure, an apparent fencing-in of what is apparently at issue. #Quote by Franz Kafka
Errors quotes by Theodore Roosevelt
#132. There is no effort without error or shortcoming. #Quote by Theodore Roosevelt
Errors quotes by Mary Baker Eddy
#133. To infinite, ever present Love, all is Love, and there is no error, no sin sickness, nor death. #Quote by Mary Baker Eddy
Errors quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#134. The errors of great men are more valuable than the truths of lesser men. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Errors quotes by Robert Green Ingersoll
#135. You cannot show real respect to your parents by perpetuating their errors ... Do you consider that the inventor of a steel plow cast a slur upon his father who scratched the ground with a wooden one? I do not consider that an invention by the son is a slander upon the father; I regard each invention simply as an improvement; and every father should be exceedingly proud of an ingenious son. If Mr. Talmage has a son, it will be impossible for him to honor his father except by differing with him. #Quote by Robert Green Ingersoll
Errors quotes by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
#136. I disagree with the followers of Marx and those of Adam Smith: the reason free markets work is because they allow people to be lucky, thanks to aggressive trial and error, not by giving rewards or "incentives" for skill. #Quote by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Errors quotes by Israelmore Ayivor
#137. Failure is your inability to recognize that you have made the same mistakes again. Making a mistake is normal; it turns abnormal when it's not recognized! #Quote by Israelmore Ayivor
Errors quotes by Benjamin Stillingfleet
#138. Error is but the shadow of the truth. #Quote by Benjamin Stillingfleet
Errors quotes by Barbara Oakley
#139. Thiss sentence contains threee errors. #Quote by Barbara Oakley
Errors quotes by Roger Ailes
#140. In the Rather/Bush incident, it was totally unfair. CBS was trying him and convicting him and trying to execute him on national television. They had made up their minds. CBS made the fatal error of trying to become the political opposition to George Bush. And, when they did that, they put themselves in an arena where they can get knocked on their fanny. #Quote by Roger Ailes
Errors quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#141. Over immense periods of time the intellect produced nothing but errors. A few of these proved to be useful and helped to preserve the species: those who hit upon or inherited these had better luck in their struggle for themselves and their progeny. Such erroneous articles of faith ... include the following: that there are things, substances, bodies; that a thing is what it appears to be; that our will is free; that what is good for me is also good in itself. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Errors quotes by Walter Farrell
#142. Tolerance does not ... do anything, embrace anyone, champion any issue. It wipes the notes off the score of life and replaces them with one long bar of rest. It does not attack error, it does not champion truth, it does not hate evil, it does not love good. #Quote by Walter Farrell
Errors quotes by Nikita Gill
#143. There is still love to be found here. It just needs someone to whisper it back to life. This is spell work. It is time-consuming, full of errors . . . . . . but it is not impossible. #Quote by Nikita Gill
Errors quotes by Barack Obama
#144. There are so many errors and misstatements in that list that I won't even begin to name them. Obama was right about one thing, though - Islam has always been a part of America's story. #Quote by Barack Obama
Errors quotes by Peter C. Brown
#145. Trying to solve a problem before being taught the solution leads to better learning, even when errors are made in the attempt. #Quote by Peter C. Brown
Errors quotes by Philip Yancey
#146. The approach of admitting our errors, besides being most true to a gospel of grace, is also most effective at expressing who we are. Propaganda turns people off; humbly admitting mistakes disarms. #Quote by Philip Yancey
Errors quotes by Atul Gawande
#147. Are doctors who make mistakes villains? No, because then we all are. #Quote by Atul Gawande
Errors quotes by Stephen Richards
#148. Another crucial problem was errors made by the
Cambridgeshire Police in their use of their 'check
system', which allowed Huntley to get a job at Soham
Village College. #Quote by Stephen Richards
Errors quotes by Audrey Sutherland
#149. What we most regret are not the errors we make, but the things we didnt do. #Quote by Audrey Sutherland
Errors quotes by Gordon Stein
#150. We should always keep an open mind about any new phenomenon in nature. To merely say that's impossible, therefore it doesn't exist, is to commit a serious error. A much better approach would be to say That's quite unlikely, but show me the evidence you have that says that it may be so. It would be the height of arrogance to think that man knows everything possible about the Universe or the Earth. There are many things yet to be discovered, and that is why we have scientific research (or any kind of research). That should be the rationalist's approach to parapsychology and the occult. #Quote by Gordon Stein
Errors quotes by Janvier Chouteu-Chando
#151. ...only the dreamers of a dream are capable of translating their dreams into worthy practical endeavors that are devoid of haunting errors. After all, they are the ones who carefully observed the link between their dreams and reality; they are the ones who worked consciously to blend them into one. #Quote by Janvier Chouteu-Chando
Errors quotes by Marcel Proust
#152. Error, by force of contrast, enhances the triumph of Truth ... #Quote by Marcel Proust
Errors quotes by Barbara Tuchman
#153. Bureaucracy, safely repeating today what it did yesterday, rolls on as ineluctably as some vast computer, which, once penetrated by error, duplicates it forever. #Quote by Barbara Tuchman
Errors quotes by Arthur Schopenhauer
#154. As the strata of the earth preserve in succession the living creatures of past epochs, so the shelves of libraries preserve in succession the errors of the past and their expositions, which like the former were very lively and made a great commotion in their own age but now stand petrified and stiff in a place where only the literary palaeontologist regards them. #Quote by Arthur Schopenhauer
Errors quotes by William Shakespeare
#155. In religion, What damned error but some sober brow Will bless it, and approve it with a text, Hiding the grossness with fair ornament? #Quote by William Shakespeare
Errors quotes by David D. Burns
#156. It's irrational to assume you can ever truly evaluate yourself as a good or bad human being. You will never have enough information.That "bad person" at work who torments you might be an excellent father to his kids. That other "bad person" at work who screwed up royally today? That error might later lead to a huge breakthrough. We will never have enough info to holistically evaluate a person and score them in totality as "bad" or "good." #Quote by David D. Burns
Errors quotes by Horace Mann
#157. Let us labor for that larger comprehension of truth, and that more thorough repudiation of error, which shall make the history of mankind a series of ascending developments. #Quote by Horace Mann
Errors quotes by George Eliot
#158. Certainly the determining acts of her life were not ideally beautiful. They were the mixed result of young and novel impulse struggling amidst the conditions of an imperfect social state, in which great feelings will often take the aspect of error, and great faith the aspect of illusion. #Quote by George Eliot
Errors quotes by Victor J. Stenger
#159. In fact, current cosmological observations indicate that the average density of matter and energy in the universe is equal, within measurement errors, to the critical density for which the total energy of the universe was exactly zero at the beginning. #Quote by Victor J. Stenger
Errors quotes by Daniel Kahneman
#160. The reliance on the heuristic caused predictable biases (systematic errors) in their predictions. #Quote by Daniel Kahneman
Errors quotes by Izaak Walton
#161. For love is a flattering mischief, that hath denied aged and wise men a foresight of those evils that too often prove to be the children of that blind father; a passion, that carries us to commit errors with as much ease as whirlwinds move feathers, and begets in us an unwearied industry to the attainment of what we desire. #Quote by Izaak Walton
Errors quotes by Ernest Kurtz
#162. To deny our errors is to deny ourself, for to be human is to be imperfect, somehow error - prone. To be human is to ask unanswerable questions, but to persist in asking them, to be broken and ache for wholeness, to hurt and to try to find a way to healing through the hurt...Spirituality accepts that "If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly. #Quote by Ernest Kurtz
Errors quotes by Haruki Murakami
#163. But there's one thing I want you to remember, Kafka. Those are exactly the kind of people who murdered Miss Saeki's childhood sweetheart. Narrow minds devoid of imagination. Intolerance, theories cut off from reality, empty terminology, usurped ideals, inflexible systems. Those are the things that really frighten me. What I absolutely fear and loathe. Of course it's important to know what's right and what's wrong. Individual errors in judgment can usually be corrected. As long as you have the courage to admit mistakes, things can be turned around. But intolerant, narrow minds with no imagination are like parasites that transform the host, change form, and continue to thrive. They're a lost cause, and I don't want anyone like that coming in here." Oshima points at the stacks with the tip of his pencil. What he means, of course, is the entire library. "I wish I could just laugh off people like that, but I can't. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Errors quotes by Charles Stross
#164. Like the famous mad philosopher said, when you stare into the void, the void stares also; but if you cast into the void, you get a type conversion error. (Which just goes to show Nietzsche wasn't a C++ programmer.) #Quote by Charles Stross
Errors quotes by Alastair Reynolds
#165. Elephants have a theory of mind - they can think into the head of another elephant and infer their knowledge of the world, including errors and omissions of knowledge. That puts them above all but a handful of species - a few primates, some very smart birds and cetaceans. #Quote by Alastair Reynolds
Errors quotes by Marshall Field
#166. Those who enter to buy, support me. Those who come to flatter, please me. Those who complain, teach me how I may please others so that more will come. Those only hurt me who are displeased but do not complain. They refuse me permission to correct my errors and thus improve my service. #Quote by Marshall Field
Errors quotes by William Hazlitt
#167. True friendship is self-love at second hand; where, as in a flattering mirror we may see our virtues magnified and our errors softened, and where we may fancy our opinion of ourselves confirmed by an impartial and faithful witness. #Quote by William Hazlitt
Errors quotes by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
#168. Cumulative errors depend largely on the big surprises, the big opportunities. Not only do economic, financial, and political predictors miss them, but they are quite ashamed to say anything outlandish to their clients and yet events, it turns out, are almost always outlandish. #Quote by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Errors quotes by Eshelle Butler
#169. I have just published a revised version of my book for Kindle and it will be available soon. When it is, I will make a formal announcement. The story is the same but without the noticeable errors. The revised paperback is already available, Thank you for your patience and thanks to all who are reading "A Woman Of Courage. #Quote by Eshelle Butler
Errors quotes by Paul Bettany
#170. I remember coming on my first set and it being a playground of things I wanted to ask questions about: cameras and lenses and what the lenses do, what's the focus puller doing and how does that work? Why is there less margin for error when there's less light? I was always asking questions and watching directors closely. #Quote by Paul Bettany
Errors quotes by Letitia Baldrige
#171. Europeans are easily offended by errors in their titles or full names. Their exasperation is equal to that shown by Americans when the department store fouls up their bills. #Quote by Letitia Baldrige
Errors quotes by John Henry Newman
#172. The refutation and remedy of errors cannot precede their rise; and thus the fact of false developments or corruptions involves the correspondent manifestation of true ones. Moreover, #Quote by John Henry Newman
Errors quotes by Epictetus
#173. Is freedom anything else than the power of living as we choose? Nothing else. Tell me then, you men, do you wish to live in error? We do not. No one who lives in error is free. Do you wish to live in fear? Do you wish to live in sorrow? Do you wish to live in tension? By no means. No one who is in a state of fear or sorrow or tension is free, but whoever is delivered from sorrows or fears or anxieties, he is at the same time also delivered from servitude. #Quote by Epictetus
Errors quotes by Charles Caleb Colton
#174. It is almost as difficult to make a man unlearn his errors as his knowledge. #Quote by Charles Caleb Colton
Errors quotes by Karl Donitz
#175. Only ... from personal experience [can a man] take the necessary measures without a preliminary process of trial and error. #Quote by Karl Donitz
Errors quotes by Gillian Duce
#176. Life is like a good book; There is bound to be typos and errors in it, but the only ones that noticed them are the critics and haters. #Quote by Gillian Duce
Errors quotes by Alexandre Dumas
#177. The greater number of a man's errors come before him disguised under the specious form of necessity; then, after error has been committed in a moment of excitement, of delirium, or of fear, we see that we might have avoided and escaped it. #Quote by Alexandre Dumas
Errors quotes by Simi Sunny
#178. Even though I'm an ordinary writer, I too, have trouble when it come to writing along the way. But at least I manage to self-publish my book with no errors (hopefully). Just check out Agatha Christie, an author who also has a learning disability. She managed to be succesful. And I hope that I would be successful as her and Abishek Bachan. #Quote by Simi Sunny
Errors quotes by Daniel Kahneman
#179. Mood evidently affects the operation of System 1: when we are uncomfortable and unhappy, we lose touch with our intuition.
These findings add to the growing evidence that good mood, intuition, creativity, gullibility, and increased reliance on System 1 form a cluster. At the other pole, sadness, vigilance, suspicion, an analytic approach, and increased effort also go together. A happy mood loosens the control of System 2 over performance: when in a good mood, people become more intuitive and more creative but also less vigilant and more prone to logical errors. #Quote by Daniel Kahneman
Errors quotes by J.M. Coetzee
#180. To the last we will have learned nothing. In all of us, deep down, there seems to be something granite and unteachable. No one truly believes, despite the hysteria in the streets, that the world of tranquil certainties we were born into is about to be extinguished. No one can accept that an imperial has been annihilated by men with bows and arrows and rusty old guns who live in tents and never wash and cannot read or write. And who am I to jeer at life-giving illusions? Is there any better way to pass these last days than in dreaming of a saviour with a sword who will scatter the enemy hosts and forgive us the errors that have been committed by others in our name and grant us a second chance to build our earthly paradise? #Quote by J.M. Coetzee
Errors quotes by Kwame Anthony Appiah
#181. I am urging that we should learn about people in other places, take an interest in their civilizations, their arguments, their errors, their achievements, not because that will bring us to agreement, but because it will help us get used to one another. #Quote by Kwame Anthony Appiah
Errors quotes by Pamela Yellen
#182. Errors of human judgment can infect even the smartest people, thanks to overconfidence, lack of attention to details, and excessive trust in the judgments of others, stemming from a failure to understand that others are not making independent judgments, but are themselves following still others - the blind leading the blind. - ROBERT J. SHILLER, PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS, YALE UNIVERSITY #Quote by Pamela Yellen
Errors quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#183. I count him a great man who inhabits a higher sphere of thought, into which other men rise with labor and difficulty; he has but to open his eyes to see things in a true light, and in large relations; whilst they must make painful corrections, and keep a vigilant eye on many sources of error. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Errors quotes by Charles Dickens
#184. As its silent track in the water disappeared, the prayer that had broken up out of his heart for a merciful consideration of all his poor blindnesses and errors, ended in the words, "I am the resurrection and the life. #Quote by Charles Dickens
Errors quotes by Louis Pasteur
#185. No, there is now no circumstance known in which it can be affirmed that microscopic beings came into the world without germs, without parents similar to themselves. Those who affirm it have been duped by illusions, by ill-conducted experiments, spoilt by errors that they either did not perceive or did not know how to avoid. #Quote by Louis Pasteur
Errors quotes by Edgar Cayce
#186. One who changes a body from the error of the way not only brings peace and harmony but saves a soul and covers a multitude of shortcomings. #Quote by Edgar Cayce
Errors quotes by Robert E. Rubin
#187. The pursuit of fewer errors is sensible; the insistence on none at all, counterproductive. #Quote by Robert E. Rubin
Errors quotes by Isabella Beeton
#188. It is true, says Liebeg, that thousands have lived without a knowledge of tea and coffee; and daily experience teaches us that, under certain circumstances, they may be dispensed with without disadvantage to the merely animal functions, but it is an error, certainly, to conclude from this that they may be altogether dispensed with in reference to their effects; and It is a question whether, if we had no tea and no coffee, the popular instinct would not seek for and discover the means of replacing them. #Quote by Isabella Beeton
Errors quotes by Jim Rohn
#189. Failure is a few Errors in judgment repeated everyday. The man says, Well I didn't walk around the block today and it didn't kill me, so it must be okay. No, no, it is that kind of error in judgment that after six years has him out of breath and panting as he walks from his car to his office. You can't make those kinds of mistakes; it will end up costing you. #Quote by Jim Rohn
Errors quotes by John Ruskin
#190. Whenever you see want or misery or degradation in this world about you, then be sure either industry has been wanting, or industry has been in error. #Quote by John Ruskin
Errors quotes by Jim Butcher
#191. But you'd get arguments from all kinds of people that the Bible has got to be perfect. That God would not permit such errors to be made in the Holy Word."
"I thought God gave everyone free will. Which would presumably - and evidently - include the freedom to be incorrect when translating one language into another."
"Stop making me think. I'm believing over here. #Quote by Jim Butcher
Errors quotes by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
#192. Since philosophy is the exploration of the rational, it is for that very reason the apprehension of the present and the actual, not the erection of a beyond, supposed to exist, God knows where, or rather which exists, and we can perfectly well say where, namely in the error of a one-sided, empty, ratiocination. #Quote by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Errors quotes by P.G. Wodehouse
#193. You are falling into your old error, Jeeves, of thinking that Gussie is a parrot. Fight against this. I shall add the oz. #Quote by P.G. Wodehouse
Errors quotes by Pankaj Mishra
#194. The Buddha would not have liked people to call themselves Buddhist. To him that would have been a fundamental error because there are no fixed identities. He would have thought that someone calling himself a Buddhist has too much invested in calling himself a Buddhist. #Quote by Pankaj Mishra
Errors quotes by John Taylor
#195. In every principle presented to us, our first inquiry should be, "Is it true?" "Does it emanate from God?" If he is its Author it can be sustained just as much as any other truth in natural philosophy; if false it should be opposed and exposed just as much as any other error. #Quote by John Taylor
Errors quotes by Andrew Rosenthal
#196. Columnists must make sure that when they describe an event, they are being accurate in their description. When they quote someone, they are required to do so accurately. Errors that are made must be corrected openly and quickly. #Quote by Andrew Rosenthal
Errors quotes by Horace Mann
#197. No combatants are so unequally matched as when one is shackled with error, while the other rejoices in the self-demonstrability of truth. #Quote by Horace Mann
Errors quotes by George Eliot
#198. I have never fully unbosomed myself to any human being; I have never been encouraged to trust much in the sympathy of my fellow men. But we have all a chance of meeting with some pity, some tenderness, some charity, when we are dead: it is the living only who cannot be forgiven - the living only from whom men's indulgence and reverence are held off, like the rain by the hard east wind. While the heart beats, bruise it - it is your only opportunity; while the eye can still turn towards you with moist, timid entreaty, freeze it with an icy unanswering gaze; while the ear, that delicate messenger to the inmost sanctuary of the soul, can still take in the tones of kindness, put it off with hard civility, or sneering compliment, or envious affectation of indifference; while the creative brain can still throb with the sense of injustice, with the yearning for brotherly recognition - make haste - oppress it with your ill-considered judgements, your trivial comparisons, your careless misrepresentations. The heart will by and by be still - ubi saeoa indignatio ulterius cor lacerate nequit; the eye will cease to entreat; the ear will be deaf; the brain will have ceased from all wants as well as from all work. Then your charitable speeches may find vent; then you may remember and pity the toil and the struggle and the failure; then you may give due honour to the work achieved; then you may find extenuation for errors, and may consent to bury them ("The Lifted Veil") #Quote by George Eliot
Errors quotes by Thomas Berry
#199. What is happening now is of a geological and biological order of magnitude. We are upsetting the entire earth system that, over some billions of years and through an endless sequence of groping, of trials and errors, has produced such a magnificent array of living forms, forms capable of seasonal self-renewal over vast periods of time. #Quote by Thomas Berry
Errors quotes by Vince Lombardi
#200. As soon as error is corrected, it is important that the error be forgotten and only the successful attempts be remembered. Errors, mistakes, and humiliations are all necessary steps in the learning process. Once they have served their purpose, they should be forgotten. If we constantly dwell upon the errors, then the error or failure becomes the goal. #Quote by Vince Lombardi

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