Freedom Of Movement Quotes

Top 64 famous quotes & sayings about Freedom Of Movement.

Famous Quotes About Freedom Of Movement

Here are best 64 famous quotes about Freedom Of Movement that you can use to show your feeling, share with your friends and post on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and blogs. Enjoy your day & share your thoughts with perfect pictures of Freedom Of Movement quotes.

Freedom Of Movement quotes by Egon Friedell
#1. Clothe an idea in words and it loses its freedom of movement. #Quote by Egon Friedell
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Kathe Kollwitz
#2. For me the Koenigsberg longshoremen had beauty; the Polish jimkes on their grain ships had beauty; the broad freedom of movement in the gestures of the common people had beauty. Middle-class people held no appeal for me at all. #Quote by Kathe Kollwitz
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Paolo Gentiloni
#3. But it could be that we, as early as spring, will need to embark on a new policy in order to save one of the cornerstones of European politics: personal freedom of movement. #Quote by Paolo Gentiloni
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Robin Jarvis
#4. [William] Coxe expresses ... both the pedestrian's advantage of complete freedom of movement, and the inspiring effect of the combination of continual change of scene with maximum time for appreciation that characterises the mobile gaze of the pedestrian traveller. If not a peripatetic by profession, Coxe is clearly one by choice. #Quote by Robin Jarvis
Freedom Of Movement quotes by David Brion Davis
#5. A final word should be said concerning the status of free blacks. Before the American Revolution this status had been ambiguous, and the number of free blacks was insignificant. < ... > A rash of new laws, similar to the later Black Codes of Reconstruction, reduced free blacks almost to the status of slaves without masters. The new laws regulated their freedom of movement, forbade them to associate with slaves, subjected them to surveillance and discipline by whites, denied them the legal right to testify in court against whites, required them to work at approved jobs, and threatened them with penal labor if not actual reenslavement. #Quote by David Brion Davis
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Karl Kraus
#6. Prussia: freedom of movement with a muzzle. Austria: an isolation cell in which screaming is allowed. #Quote by Karl Kraus
Freedom Of Movement quotes by David Grossman
#7. I write. I give intimate private names to an external and foreign world. In a sense, I make it mine. In a sense, I return from feeling exiled and foreign to feeling at home. By doing so, I am already making a small change in what appeared to me earlier as unchangeable. Also, when I describe the impermeable arbitrariness that signs my destiny - arbitrariness at the hands of a human being, or arbitrariness at the hands of fate - I suddenly discover new nuances, subtleties. I discover that the mere act of writing about arbitrariness allows me to feel a freedom of movement in relation to it. That by merely facing up to arbitrariness I am granted freedom - maybe the only freedom a man may have against any arbitrariness: the freedom to put your tragedy into your own words. The freedom to express yourself differently, innovatively, before that which threatens to chain and bind one to arbitrariness and its limited, fossilizing definitions. #Quote by David Grossman
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Margaret Mead
#8. The suffering of either sex - of the male who is unable, because of the way in which he was reared, to take the strong initiating or patriarchal role that is still demanded of him, or of the female who has been given too much freedom of movement as a child to stay placidly within the house as an adult - this suffering, this discrepancy, this sense of failure in an enjoined role, is the point of leverage for social change. #Quote by Margaret Mead
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Rebecca Rasmussen
#9. Once a bird had lost his ability to fly, not much else could be done in the way of mending him. Losing a wing was a little like losing a leg and the freedom of movement, of spirit, it granted you; most people could live without the former but not the latter. #Quote by Rebecca Rasmussen
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Anna Lindh
#10. The most important issue we have to deal with is freedom of movement. #Quote by Anna Lindh
Freedom Of Movement quotes by J.R. Ward
#11. Well ... the good news in all this, he supposed, was that finding out his former trauma surgeon was a ghost? Barely a blip on his radar. His mind had been blown too many times to count, and like a joint that had been dislocated, it had total and complete freedom of movement. Of course, its functionality was fucked. But who was counting. #Quote by J.R. Ward
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Menachem Begin
#12. In peace, the Middle East, the ancient cradle of civilization, will become invigorated and transformed. Throughout its lands there will be freedom of movement of people, of ideas, of goods. #Quote by Menachem Begin
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Nelson Mandela
#13. Banning not only confines one physically, it imprisons one's spirit. it induces a kind of psychological claustrophobia that makes one yearn not only for freedom of movement but spiritual escape...This insidious effect of bans was that at a certain point one began to think that the opponent was not without but within. #Quote by Nelson Mandela
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Roger Scruton
#14. The market-based legal order of the Brussels bureaucracy helped to fill the legal vacuum created by communism, and was warmly received on that account. But, because of the unwise provisions of the Treaty of Rome regarding freedom of movement, it has led to the mass emigration of the professional classes, and to the loss of the educated young from countries that stand desperately in need of them. The 'enlargement' agenda has therefore become controversial all across Europe, and I return to the controversy in what follows. #Quote by Roger Scruton
Freedom Of Movement quotes by John Fante
#15. If there is work there is warmth, that when a man has freedom of movement it is enough, for then his blood is hot too #Quote by John Fante
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Richard Branson
#16. I love the freedom of movement that my phone gives me. That has definitely transformed my life. #Quote by Richard Branson
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Yuval Noah Harari
#17. Even worse, greedy bosses might curtail the workers' freedom of movement through debt peonage or slavery. At the end of the Middle Ages, slavery was almost unknown in Christian Europe. During the early modern period, the rise of European capitalism went hand in hand with the rise of the Atlantic slave trade. Unrestrained market forces, rather than tyrannical kings or racist ideologues, were responsible for this calamity. #Quote by Yuval Noah Harari
Freedom Of Movement quotes by William O. Douglas
#18. Freedom of movement is the very essence of our free society
once the right to travel is curtailed, all other rights suffer. #Quote by William O. Douglas
Freedom Of Movement quotes by William O. Douglas
#19. This freedom of movement is the very essence of our free society, setting us apart. Like the right of assembly and the right of association, it often makes all other rights meaningful-knowing, studying, arguing, exploring, conversing, observing and even thinking. Once the right to travel is curtailed, all other rights suffer, just as when curfew or home detention is placed on a person. #Quote by William O. Douglas
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Samuel Roth
#20. We see the Jew, then, in business, as promoter, money-lender, salesman par excellence, the author and chief instigator of a system of credit by which a nation-wide usury rises like a Golem (a created monster) with a million hands on a million throats, to choke the honor and the freedom-of-movement of a hard-working people. #Quote by Samuel Roth
Freedom Of Movement quotes by John Dewey
#21. The only freedom that is of enduring importance is the freedom of intelligence, that is to say, freedom of observation and of judgment, exercised in behalf of purposes that are intrinsically worth while. The commonest mistake made about freedom is, I think, to identify it with freedom of movement, or, with the external or physical side of activity. #Quote by John Dewey
Freedom Of Movement quotes by George F. Simmons
#22. Mathematical rigor is like clothing; in its style it ought to suit the occasion, and it diminishes comfort and restricts freedom of movement if it is either too loose or too tight. #Quote by George F. Simmons
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Garth Nix
#23. Ranna," she said aloud, touching the first, the smallest bell. Ranna the sleepbringer, the sweet, low sound that brought silence in its wake.

"Mosrael." The second bell, a harsh, rowdy bell. Mosrael was the waker, the bell Sabriel should never use, the bell whose sound was a seesaw, throwing the ringer further into Death, as it brought the listener into Life.
"Kibeth." Kibeth, the walker. A bell of several sounds, a difficult and contrary bell. It could give freedom of movement to one of the Dead, or walk them through the next gate. Many a necromancer had stumbled with Kibeth and walked where they would not.
"Dyrim." A musical bell, of clear and pretty tone. Dyrim was the voice that the Dead so often lost. But Dyrim could also still a tongue that moved too freely.
"Belgaer." Another tricksome bell, that sought to ring of its own accord. Belgaer was the thinking bell, the bell most necromancers scorned to use. It could restore independent thought, memory and all the patterns of a living person. Or, slipping in a careless hand, erase them.
"Saraneth." The deepest, lowest bell. The sound of strength. Saraneth was the binder, the bell that shackled the Dead to the wielder's will. And last, the largest bell, the one Sabriel's cold fingers found colder still, even in the leather case that kept it silent.
"Astarael, the Sorrowful," whispered Sabriel. Astarael was the banisher, the final bell. Properly rung, it cast everyone who heard it far into D #Quote by Garth Nix
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Albert Schweitzer
#24. I have given up the ambition to be a great scholar. I want to be more- simply a human ... We are not true humans, but beings who live by a civilization inherited from the past, that keeps us hostage, that confines us. No freedom of movement. Nothing. Everything in us is killed by our calculations for our future, by our social position and cast. You see, I am not happy-yet I am happy. I suffer, but that is part of life. I live, I don't care about my existence, and that is the beginning of wisdom. #Quote by Albert Schweitzer
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Desmond Tutu
#25. Are you able to restore to those people the time when their freedom was denied them? If you have evidence for goodness sake produce it in a court of law. People with power have an incredible capacity for wanting to be able to retain that power and don't like scrutiny. #Quote by Desmond Tutu
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Geert Wilders
#26. Freedom of speech is a great thing and we have said nothing that is not allowed. #Quote by Geert Wilders
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Dorothy L. Sayers
#27. We cannot really look at the movement of the Spirit, just because It is the Power by which we do the looking. #Quote by Dorothy L. Sayers
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Ashlan Thomas
#28. I slugged his rock of an arm and noticed the slight movement as his shoulder rolled back - it wasn't to avoid being hit, more like he was trying to save my hand. How strong was he? #Quote by Ashlan Thomas
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Marco Rubio
#29. I believe in freedom of speech. And I believe that spending on political campaigns is a form of political speech that is protected under the constitution. #Quote by Marco Rubio
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Ayn Rand
#30. I stand here on the summit of the mountain. I lift my head and I spread my arms. This, my body and spirit, this is the end of the quest. I wished to know the meaning of all things. I am the meaning. I wished to find a warrant for being. I need no warrant for being, and no word of sanction upon my being. I am the warrant and the sanction. Neither am I the means to any end others may wish to accomplish. I am not a tool for their use. I am not a servant of their needs. I am not a sacrifice on their alters. #Quote by Ayn Rand
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Sima Samar
#31. We wish for a broad-based government with the active participation of women, which will promote freedom and equal rights for women #Quote by Sima Samar
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Mitt Romney
#32. Perhaps religious conscience upsets the designs of those who feel that the highest wisdom and authority comes from government. But from the beginning, this nation trusted in God, not man. Religious liberty is the first freedom in our Constitution. #Quote by Mitt Romney
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Anne Sexton
#33. I who was a house full of bowel movement,
I who was a defaced altar,
I who wanted to crawl toward God
could not move nor eat bread. #Quote by Anne Sexton
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Joseph Heller
#34. Major Major's father was a sober God-fearing man whose idea of a good joke was to lie about his age. He was a long-limbed farmer, a God-fearing, freedom-loving, law-abiding rugged individualist who held that federal aid to anyone but farmers was creeping socialism. He advocated thrift and hard work and disapproved of loose women who turned him down. #Quote by Joseph Heller
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Mary Renault
#35. With new friendships had come visits to the philosophers and teachers of rhetoric; and, presently, the chance to learn from experts the art of war. He had longed for home and had returned with gladness; but by then he had been received into the mystery of Hellas, forever her initiate.

Athens was her altar, almost her self. All he asked of Athens was to restore her glories; her present leaders seemed to him like the Phokians at Delphi, unworthy men who had seized a holy shrine. Deep in his mind moved a knowledge that for Athenians freedom and glory went together; but he was like a man in love, who thinks the strongest trait of the loved one's nature will be easily changed, as soon as they are married. #Quote by Mary Renault
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Seneca.
#36. We Stoics are not subjects of a despot: each of us lays claim to his own freedom. #Quote by Seneca.
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Charles Whibley
#37. What, indeed, is a New Yorker? Is he Jew or Irish? Is he English or German? Is he Russian or Polish? He may be something of all these, and yet he is wholly none of them. Something has been added to him which he had not had before. he is endowed with a briskness and an invention often alien to his blood. He is quicker in his movement, less trammeled in his judgement ... The change he undergoes is unmistakeable, New York, indeed, resembles a magic cauldron. Those who are cast into it are born again. #Quote by Charles Whibley
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
#38. Sì, maybe I should consult Viktor. Niccolo pulled his phone from his pocket. His fingers jabbed at the miniature text pad with frustration:
H asked me 2 break 1 of my rules, then I should sleep w/ her. Yes? Niccolo hit send.
Viktor responded immediately: U mean sexting. right?
Niccolo: Sexting?
Viktor: Sex+texting.
Niccolo: Idiot. real sex.
Viktor: Dumbass! Then u lose chance 4 freedom.
Niccolo: Have lost it already. I think.
Viktor: K, then tell her who U R instead, ass. #Quote by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Freedom Of Movement quotes by David McCullough
#39. Determined, America must raise an empire of permanent duration, supported upon the grand pillars of Truth, Freedom, and Religion, encouraged by the smiles of Justice and defended by her own patriotic sons. . . . Permit me then to recommend from the sincerity of my heart, ready at all times to bleed in my country's cause, a Declaration of Independence, and call upon the world and the great God who governs it to witness the necessity, propriety and rectitude thereof. The #Quote by David McCullough
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Rabindranath Tagore
#40. True modernism is freedom of mind, not slavery of taste. It is independence of thought and action, not tutelage under European schoolmasters. #Quote by Rabindranath Tagore
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
#41. By his willingly renouncing self-defence, the Christian affirms his absolute adherence to Jesus, and his freedom from the tyranny of his own ego. The exclusiveness of this adherence is the only power which can overcome evil. #Quote by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Louise Erdrich
#42. Whom he had saved from a life of excessive freedom #Quote by Louise Erdrich
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Abraham Coles
#43. We hail the return of the day of thy birth,
Fair Columbia! washed by the waves of two oceans
Where men from the farthest dominions of earth
Rear altars to Freedom, and pay their devotions;
Where our fathers in fight, nobly strove for the Right,
Struck down their fierce foemen or put them to flight;
Through the long lapse of ages, that so there might be
An asylum for all in the Land of the Free. #Quote by Abraham Coles
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Jonathan Tasini
#44. [Hillary Clinton] supports now a hike in the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. Prior to that, she did not support that. Other issues that you could see, at least in the Democratic Party platform, they're there entirely because of the [Bernie] Sanders movement. #Quote by Jonathan Tasini
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Sarah Bessey
#45. The Kingdom of God is being established in this world, absolutely, but it's foolish to think that this is happening through rainbows and unicorns. Instead, Scripture teaches us that we are at war--not against people but against powers and principalities. With our freedom comes risk... We aren't immune from suffering or excused from the experience of being human simply because of our faith... And the truth remains: the crucified God, as personified in Jesus, revealed that God is always on the side of suffering wherever it is found and God's endgame is resurrection. #Quote by Sarah Bessey
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Kafka, Franz
#46. Shoulder to shoulder, a coordinated movement of the people, their blood no longer confined in the limited circulation of the body but rolling sweetly and yet still returning through the infinite extent of China. #Quote by Kafka, Franz
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Madeleine L'Engle
#47. Time is inextricably tangled up with place, and can be measured only against place. Time has meaning only in relation to its position in space, the movement of a planet about a sun, of a night through stars. #Quote by Madeleine L'Engle
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Erich Fromm
#48. Paradise is lost for good, the individual stands alone and faces the world - a stranger thrown into a limitless and threatening world. The new freedom is bound to create a deep feeling of insecurity, powerlessness, doubt, aloneness, and anxiety. These feelings must be alleviated if the individual is to function successfully. #Quote by Erich Fromm
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Asa Don Brown
#49. There is one absolute commonality amongst the victims of human trafficking; the loss of personal freedom. #Quote by Asa Don Brown
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Nik Ripken
#50. I cannot forget the words of my friend, Stoyan..."I took great joy that I was suffering in my country so that you could be free to witness in your country." And then he raised his voice to say: "Don't you ever give up in freedom what we would never give up in persecution - and that is our witness to the power of the resurrection of Jesus Christ! #Quote by Nik Ripken
Freedom Of Movement quotes by John Chaffee
#51. Dr. Frankl discovered that even under the most inhumane of conditions, one can live a life of purpose and meaning. But for the majority of prisoners at Auschwitz, a meaningful life did not seem possible. Immersed in a world that no longer recognized the value of human life and human dignity, that robbed them of their will and made them objects to be exterminated, most inmates suffered a loss of their values. If a prisoner did not struggle against this spiritual destruction with a determined effort to save his self-respect, he lost his feeling of being an individual, a being with a mind, with inner freedom, and with personal value. His existence descended to the level of animal life, plunging him into a depression so deep that he became incapable of action. No entreaties, no blows, no threats would have any effect on his apathetic paralysis, and he soon died, underscoring the Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky's observations: "Without a firm idea of himself and the purpose of his life, man cannot live, and would sooner destroy himself than remain on earth, even if he was surrounded with bread. #Quote by John Chaffee
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Jiddu Krishnamurti
#52. Meditation is the emptying of the mind of all the things that the mind has put together. If you do that -perhaps you won't, but it doesn't matter, just listen to this- you will find that there is an extraordinary space in the mind, and that space is freedom. So you must demand freedom at the very beginning, and not just wait, hoping to have it at the end. You must seek out the significance of freedom in your work, in your relationships, in everything that you do. Then you will find that meditation is creation. #Quote by Jiddu Krishnamurti
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Danielle Dutton
#53. I was trying to focus on Margaret's trajectory as an artist, as a woman and an artist. Hopefully Cavendish experts won't be angry at me for anything I've left out. I feel like all the major movements of her life are there. #Quote by Danielle Dutton
Freedom Of Movement quotes by William Hazlitt
#54. If goodness were only a theory, it were a pity it should be lost to the world. There are a number of things, the idea of which is a clear gain to the mind. Let people, for instance, rail at friendship, genius, freedom, as long as they will -the very names of these despised qualities are better than anything else that could be substituted for them, and embalm even the most envenomed satire against them. #Quote by William Hazlitt
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Eric Schlosser
#55. I'm all in favor of animal rights, but I'd like to see the food movement take a much stronger stand in defense of basic human rights. If you're a vegan or a vegetarian, you should care about the people who are picking your fruits and vegetables by hand. #Quote by Eric Schlosser
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Ian Hacking
#56. Philosophers of science constantly discuss theories and representation of reality, but say almost nothing about experiment, technology, or the use of knowledge to alter the world. This is odd, because 'experimental method' used to be just another name for scientific method ... I hope [to] initiate a Back-to-Bacon movement, in which we attend more seriously to experimental science. Experimentation has a life of its own. #Quote by Ian Hacking
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Max Frisch
#57. The dignity of man is in free choice. #Quote by Max Frisch
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Rainer Maria Rilke
#58. I have often wondered whether especially those days when we are forced to remain idle are not precisely the days spend in the most profound activity. Whether our actions themselves, even if they do not take place until later, are nothing more than the last reverberations of a vast movement that occurs within us during idle days.
In any case, it is very important to be idle with confidence, with devotion, possibly even with joy. The days when even our hands do not stir are so exceptionally quiet that it is hardly possible to raise them without hearing a whole lot. #Quote by Rainer Maria Rilke
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Marilyn Ferguson
#59. Whatever the rationale, the suppression of unorthodox cancer therapies and the sustained persecution of their proponents by government and colleagues runs counter to freedom of thought, much less freedom of choice. #Quote by Marilyn Ferguson
Freedom Of Movement quotes by John Dearie
#60. Peter Thiel, one of the founders of PayPal, has launched a movement to convince people to not go to college.3 It's a waste of money. The return on investment isn't there anymore. School has gotten too expensive. . . If writing [computer] code is your deal and you're able to go to a trade school that enables you to write code, that's far better than a computer science degree from a four-year college or university that looks great on paper, but doesn't give you the skills you need when you graduate. #Quote by John Dearie
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Arianna Huffington
#61. Artemis is freedom - wild, untrammelled, aloof from all entanglements. She is a huntress, a dancer, the goddess of nature and wildness, a virgin physically and, even more important, a virgin psychologically, inviolable, belonging to no one, defined by no relationship, confined by no bond. #Quote by Arianna Huffington
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Howard Dean
#62. I'm tired of the ayatollahs of the right wing. We're fighting for freedom in Iraq. We're going to fight for freedom in America. #Quote by Howard Dean
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Jean Vanier
#63. It was loneliness and insecurity that had brought Claudia to the chaos of madness. It was community, love, and friendship that finally brought her inner peace. This movement from chaos to inner peace, from self - hate to self - trust, began when Claudia realized that she was loved. #Quote by Jean Vanier
Freedom Of Movement quotes by Boris Pasternak
#64. After two or three stanzas and several images by which he was himself astonished, his work took possession of him and he experienced the approach of what is called inspiration. At such moments the correlation of the forces controlling the artist is, as it were, stood on its head. The ascendancy is no longer with the artist or the state of mind which he is trying to express, but with language, his instrument of expression. Language, the home and dwelling of beauty and meaning, itself begins to think and speak for man and turns wholly into music, not in the sense of outward, audible sounds but by virtue of the power and momentum of its inward flow. Then, like the current of a mighty river polishing stones and turning wheels by its very movement, the flow of speech creates in passing, by the force of its own laws, rhyme and rhythm and countless other forms and formations, still more important and until now undiscovered, unconsidered and unnamed.

At such moments Yury felt that the main part of his work was not being done by him but by something which was above him and controlling him: the thought and poetry of the world as it was at that moment and as it would be in the future. He was controlled by the next step it was to take in the order of its historical development; and he felt himself to be only the pretext and the pivot setting it in motion.


In deciphering these scribbles he went through the usual disappointments. Last night these rough #Quote by Boris Pasternak

Famous Authors

Popular Topics