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Fennos Paradox quotes by Garry Shandling
#1. 'The Larry Sanders Show,' it's actually about love, which would sound like a paradox at first. But if that love didn't exist, the darker attitudes would not play. You would have a one-dimensional, cynical show, which I don't think the show was. #Quote by Garry Shandling
Fennos Paradox quotes by Galileo Galilei
#2. By denying scientific principles, one may maintain any paradox. #Quote by Galileo Galilei
Fennos Paradox quotes by Michael Frayn
#3. Yes, and you've never been able to understand the suggestiveness of paradox and contradiction. That's your problem. You live and breathe paradox and contradiction, but you can no more see the beauty of them than the fish can see the beauty of the water #Quote by Michael Frayn
Fennos Paradox quotes by Kathryn Schulz
#4. This suggests a curious paradox. If art arises from our fundamental isolation in our own minds - from the way we are denied direct access to the world and all its contents - it also temporarily frees us from that isolation. Art lets us live, for a little while, in other worlds, including in other people's inner worlds; we can hear their thoughts, feel their emotions, even believe their beliefs. #Quote by Kathryn Schulz
Fennos Paradox quotes by Brenda Webster
#5. A Dream of Undying Fame is a probing, elegant and balanced book. Louis Breger shows how Freud's traumatic childhood shaped his ambitious, detached and authoritarian personality, and led to the betrayal of his mentor, Josef Breuer. Breger's analysis exposes a fascinating paradox: Freud both invented psychoanalysis and impoverished its development. A must-read for everyone interested in how ideas can change the world. #Quote by Brenda Webster
Fennos Paradox quotes by Norman O. Brown
#6. In its famous paradox, the equation of money and excrement, psychoanalysis becomes the first science to state what common sense and the poets have long known - that the essence of money is in its absolute worthlessness. #Quote by Norman O. Brown
Fennos Paradox quotes by Karl Kristian Flores
#7. I want to die because I love you.
I don't want to die because I love you. #Quote by Karl Kristian Flores
Fennos Paradox quotes by Piero Scaruffi
#8. It is the pursuit of happiness that makes people unhappy. #Quote by Piero Scaruffi
Fennos Paradox quotes by Mark McCormack
#9. The mental game of business is understanding this Paradox: the better you think you are doing, the greater should be your cause for concern: the more self-satisfied you are with your accomplishments, your past achievements, your 'right moves', the less you should be. #Quote by Mark McCormack
Fennos Paradox quotes by James Gleick
#10. Examined in color through the adjustable window of a computer screen, the Mandelbrot set seems more fractal than fractals, so rich is its complication across scales. A cataloguing of the different images within it or a numerical description of the set's outline would require an infinity of information. But here is a paradox: to send a full description of the set over a transmission line requires just a few dozen characters of code. A terse computer program contains enough information to reproduce the entire set. Those who were first to understand the way the set commingles complexity and simplicity were caught unprepared-even Mandelbrot. #Quote by James Gleick
Fennos Paradox quotes by Rick Riordan
#11. Greek women were not allowed to be: free and untamed. In fact, Artemis is a bit of a paradox. On the one hand, her commitment to purity must have been greatly admired by Ancient Greeks; yet she is also untamable and answers to no man. She is truly the eternal wild child who never has to grow up and shoulder the responsibilities that adulthood brings. She never has to compromise herself or conform to any of society's standards. No wonder she is associated with the moon - completely untouchable, forever unattainable. If offered the option of becoming one of Artemis' immortal maidens, freed forever from the shackles of marriage or slavery, I think many Ancient Greek women would have jumped on that bandwagon as it careened past #Quote by Rick Riordan
Fennos Paradox quotes by William F. Buckley, Jr.
#12. There is no greater paradox in the cosmos," the deceased had written, "than the apparent contradiction of our helplessness ('without me, you can do nothing') alongside God's 'helplessness.' Oh, I know, God is all-powerful, and so on; but he cannot undo what he has done, and what he once did was to make men free. This means that he 'needs' us in order to get us to Heaven as his lovers, and in order to do his will in the world. All we have to do in order to frustrate those wishes - to render God 'helpless' - is to say No. But God is not helpless, really, because he has mercy - himself. And what mercy does is convert, change our hearts. Which God never stops trying to do until we are dead. This means continued suffering for him, which is what Christ is all about." Young #Quote by William F. Buckley, Jr.
Fennos Paradox quotes by N. T. Wright
#13. The point is this. The arts are not the pretty but irrelevant bits around the border of reality. They are the highways into the center of a reality which cannot be glimpsed, let alone grasped, any other way. The present world is good, but broken and in any case incomplete; art of all kinds enables us to understand that paradox in its many dimensions. But the present world is also designed for something which has not yet happened. It is like a violin waiting to be played: beautiful to look at, graceful to hold-and yet if you'd never heard one in the hands of a musician, you wouldn't believe the new dimensions of beauty yet to be revealed. Perhaps art can show something of that, can glimpse the future possibilities pregnant within the present time. #Quote by N. T. Wright
Fennos Paradox quotes by Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
#14. Morality without a sense of paradox is mean. #Quote by Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
Fennos Paradox quotes by John Green
#15. The end occurred mostly in her whispers and his silence - because he couldn't whisper and they didn't want to wake Colin's parents. They succeeded in staying quiet, in part because it felt like the air had been shocked out of him. Paradoxically, he felt as if his getting dumped was the only thing happening on the entire dark and silent planet, and also as if it weren't happening at all. He felt himself drifting away from the one-sided whispered conversation, wondering if maybe everything big and heartbreaking and incomprehensible is a paradox. #Quote by John Green
Fennos Paradox quotes by Douglas Adams
#16. But that can't work, can it?" Said Richard. "If we do that, then this won't have happened. Don't we generate all sorts of paradoxes?"
Reg stirred himself from thought. "No worse than many that exist already," he said. "If the universe came to an end every time there was some uncertainty about what had happened in it, it would never have got beyond the first picosecond. And many of course don't. It's like a human body, you see. A few cuts and bruises here and there don't hurt it. Not even major surgery if its done properly. Paradoxes are just the scar tissue. Time and space heal themselves up around them and people simply remember a version of events which makes as much sense as they require it to make. That isn't to say if you get involved in a paradox a few things won't strike you as being very odd, but if you've got through life without that already happening to you, then I don't know which universe you've been living in, but it isn't this one #Quote by Douglas Adams
Fennos Paradox quotes by Anna Jarzab
#17. It's a bit like staring into another dimension, one that has a different set of mathematical and physical laws. For me, it also serves as reminder that that the mind of God is unknowable, that things that seem contradictory to us only appear so because we have no context for them, or aren't seeing the full picture. #Quote by Anna Jarzab
Fennos Paradox quotes by Carolyn Weber
#18. He quickened his stride: 'The truth is in the paradox, Miss Drake. Anything not done in submission to God, anything not done to the glory of God, is doomed to failure, frailty, and futility. This is the unholy trinity we humans fear most. And we should, for we entertain it all the time at the pain and expense of not knowing the real one. #Quote by Carolyn Weber
Fennos Paradox quotes by Justin K. McFarlane Beau
#19. In the average, want overcomes reason. In the magnificent, reason is the want. #Quote by Justin K. McFarlane Beau
Fennos Paradox quotes by Emo Philips
#20. Sex is logically impossible after marriage. You have to overcome the paradox of Not this again, and Hey, where did you learn that? #Quote by Emo Philips
Fennos Paradox quotes by Brene Brown
#21. The irony is that when we're standing across from someone who is hidden or shielded by masks and armor, we feel frustrated and disconnected. That's the paradox here: Vulnerability is the last thing I want you to see in me, but the first thing I look for in you. If #Quote by Brene Brown
Fennos Paradox quotes by Earl Warren
#22. The most tragic paradox of our time is to be found in the failure of nation-states to recognize the imperatives of internationalism. #Quote by Earl Warren
Fennos Paradox quotes by E.T. Jaynes
#23. A paradox is simply an error out of control; i.e. one that has trapped so many unwary minds that it has gone public, become institutionalized in our literature, and taught as truth. #Quote by E.T. Jaynes
Fennos Paradox quotes by Timothy Leary
#24. Despite the campaign rhetoric, the bureaucracies-big business and big government-are here to stay. The centralization effort cannot be checked. but it can be rationally directed towards our species goal: Space Migration, which in turn offers the only way to re-attain individual freedom of space-time and the small-group social structures which obviously best suit our nervous systems. It is another paradox of neuro-genetics that only in space habitats can humanity return to the village life and pastoral style for which we all long. #Quote by Timothy Leary
Fennos Paradox quotes by F Scott Fitzgerald
#25. I want to be able to do anything with words: handle slashing, flaming descriptions like Wells, and use the paradox with the clarity of Samuel Butler, the breadth of Bernard Shaw and the wit of Oscar Wilde, I want to do the wide sultry heavens of Conrad, the rolled-gold sundowns and crazy-quilt skies of Hitchens and Kipling as well as the pastel dawns and twilights of Chesterton. All that is by way of example. As a matter of fact I am a professed literary thief, hot after the best methods of every writer in my generation. #Quote by F Scott Fitzgerald
Fennos Paradox quotes by Erica Jong
#26. It is a sad paradox that when male authors impersonate women ... they are said to be dealing with 'cosmic, major concerns' - but when we impersonate ourselves we are said to be writing 'women's fiction' or 'women's poetry. #Quote by Erica Jong
Fennos Paradox quotes by Itzhak Bentov
#27. There is nothing absolute and final. If everything were ironclad, all the rules absolute and everything structured so no paradox or irony existed, you couldn't move. One could say that man sneaks through the crack where paradox exists. #Quote by Itzhak Bentov
Fennos Paradox quotes by John Myers Myers
#28. Every man knows that he will die: and nobody believes it. On that paradox stand not only a host of religions but the entity of a sane being. #Quote by John Myers Myers
Fennos Paradox quotes by Bob Hamilton
#29. In its quest to discover how the patterns of reality are organised, the story of modern science hints at a picture of a set of Chinese puzzle boxes, each one more intricately structured and wondrous than the last. Every time the final box appears to have been reached, a key has been found which has opened up another, revealing a new universe even more breathtakingly improbable in its conception. We are now forced to suspect that, for human reason, there is no last box, that in some deeply mysterious, virtually unfathomable, self-reflective way, every time we open a still smaller box, we are actually being brought closer to the box with which we started, the box which contains our own conscious experience of the world. This is why no theory of knowledge, no epistemology, can ever escape being consumed by its own self-generated paradoxes. And this is why we must consider the universe to be irredeemably mystical. #Quote by Bob Hamilton
Fennos Paradox quotes by Edward I. Koch
#30. Life is indeed precious and I believe the death penalty helps to affirm that fact. #Quote by Edward I. Koch
Fennos Paradox quotes by Humberto R. Maturana
#31. In a sense it has been my way to transcendental experience: to the discovery that matter metaphorically speaking, is the creation of the spirit (the mode of existence of the observer in a domain of discourse), and that the spirit is the creation of the matter it creates. This is not a paradox, but it is the expression of our existence in a domain of cognition in which the content of cognition is cognition itself. Beyond that nothing can be said. #Quote by Humberto R. Maturana
Fennos Paradox quotes by Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
#32. If a cube of sugar is placed in a small volume of water, its real value and essence is felt and appreciated. If it is however placed in a large volume of water, its real taste and essence is merely appreciated #Quote by Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Fennos Paradox quotes by The School Of Life
#33. It's a paradox of modern times that the more we engage with social media in our virtual lives, the more antisocial we become in reality. #Quote by The School Of Life
Fennos Paradox quotes by Alex Tizon
#34. Our common status made talk easier. [...] She knew the paradox of being stared at and not seen. She knew what it felt like to walk out of a movie theater feeling ashamed or erased. #Quote by Alex Tizon
Fennos Paradox quotes by Frank Herbert
#35. Seek freedom and become captive of your desires. Seek discipline and find your liberty. #Quote by Frank Herbert
Fennos Paradox quotes by Dana Spiotta
#36. Usually there is a paradox in what a character wants. A conflict is built deeply within them. And then you put them in motion, throw everything at them until they reveal themselves further. #Quote by Dana Spiotta
Fennos Paradox quotes by Jean Piaget
#37. If a baby really has no awareness of himself and is totally thing-directed and at the same time all his states of mind are projected onto things, our second paradox makes sense: on the one hand, thought in babies can be viewed as pure accommodation or exploratory movements, but on the other this very same thought is only one, long, completely autistic waking dream. #Quote by Jean Piaget
Fennos Paradox quotes by Julian Jaynes
#38. Osiris, to go directly to the important part of this, was not a "dying god," not "life caught in the spell of death," or "a dead god," as modern interpreters have said. He was the hallucinated voice of a dead king whose admonitions could still carry weight. And since he could still be heard, there is no paradox in the fact that the body from which the voice once came should be mummified, with all the equipment of the tomb providing life's necessities: food, drink, slaves, women, the lot. There was no mysterious power that emanated from him; simply his remembered voice which appeared in hallucination to those who had known him and which could admonish or suggest even as it has before he stopped moving and breathing. And that various natural phenomena such as the whispering of waves could act as the cue for such hallucinations accounts for the belief that Osiris, or the king whose body has ceased to move and is in his mummy cloths, continues to control the flooding of the Nile. Further, the relationship between Horus and Osiris, 'embodied' in each new king and his dead father forever, can only be understood as the assimilation of an hallucinated advising voice into the king's own voice, which then would be repeated with the next generation. #Quote by Julian Jaynes
Fennos Paradox quotes by James Pyle
#39. The paradox of questioning is that simple questions can lead to detailed, on-target answers, but complicated questions get you single-word answers from a subject who doesn't want to talk, and unrestrained answers from a person who does. #Quote by James Pyle
Fennos Paradox quotes by Soren Kierkegaard
#40. Then faith's paradox is this: that the single individual is higher than the universal, that the single individual determines his relation to the universal through his relation to God, not his relation to God through his relation through the universal ... Unless this is how it is, faith has no place in existence; and faith is then a temptation. #Quote by Soren Kierkegaard
Fennos Paradox quotes by Gregory Bateson
#41. Logic cannot model causal systems, and paradox is generated when time is ignored [as in logic]. #Quote by Gregory Bateson

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