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Fremen Language quotes by Andrea Dworkin
#1. Male supremacy is fused into the language, so that every sentence both heralds and affirms it. Thought, experienced primarily as language, is permeated by the linguistic and perceptual values developed expressly to subordinate women. Men have defined the parameters of every subject. All feminist arguments, however radical in intent or consequence, are with or against assertions or premises implicit in the male system, which is made credible or authentic by the power of men to name. No transcendence of the male system is possible as long as men have the power of naming ... As Prometheus stole fire from the gods, so feminists will have to steal the power of naming from men, hopefully to better effect. #Quote by Andrea Dworkin
Fremen Language quotes by Oliver Wendell Holmes
#2. I would never use a long word, even, where a short one would answer the purpose. #Quote by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Fremen Language quotes by Michael Sheridan
#3. word 'dream' in the English language, or its equivalent in other languages, is probably one of the most familiar words in our vocabulary. It tends to have a variety of uses, such as, visionary, as in the above quotation, or wishful, as in hoping to win a lottery or to meet a soul mate or to have a successful career. Such dreams would fall into a category of waking or conscious experiences (mostly!), but the most common form of dreams, #Quote by Michael Sheridan
Fremen Language quotes by E.M. Forster
#4. And again and again fell the word, like the ebb of a dying sea.

"Good-bye. #Quote by E.M. Forster
Fremen Language quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
#5. He who does not know foreign languages does not know anything about his own. #Quote by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Fremen Language quotes by Rory Freedman
#6. You write a book, it's out for however many years, and with the passing of time, you're not the same person. I'm not the same person I was when I wrote those books; I'm not even the same person I was when I started writing 'Beg.' I had many shifts spiritually, and one of them was in the use of language. #Quote by Rory Freedman
Fremen Language quotes by Rosanne Cash
#7. Celtic music is part of the language in Scotland and Ireland, where every kid and grandparent knows those songs, music by the likes of Woody Guthrie and Hank Snow is getting entrenched here. They are part of our cultural language. It's part of a living treasure. It doesn't just belong to a museum. #Quote by Rosanne Cash
Fremen Language quotes by Stephen King
#8. One either absorbs the grammatical principles of one's native language in conversation and in reading or one does not. What Sophomore English does (or tries to do) is little more than the naming of parts. #Quote by Stephen King
Fremen Language quotes by Publilius Syrus
#9. Who would recognize the unhappy if grief had no language? #Quote by Publilius Syrus
Fremen Language quotes by Kai Ashante Wilson
#10. For the body tells all to him who knows the language, and doesn't lie. #Quote by Kai Ashante Wilson
Fremen Language quotes by Pattiann Rogers
#11. I think the language of science is highly lyrical and evocative and an important part of our lives in many ways. #Quote by Pattiann Rogers
Fremen Language quotes by Chuck Palahniuk
#12. If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them.
His words, in His Bible. The Book of Genesis, chapter eleven
So our God, our all -powerful God got so scared He scattered the human race across the face of the earth, and shattered their language to heep His children apart.
An almighty God this insecure? Who pits his children against each other, to keep them weak. This is the God we're supposed to worship? #Quote by Chuck Palahniuk
Fremen Language quotes by Vera Nazarian
#13. Because that's all a new language is - a slightly different way of thinking and looking at the same world. It's like putting on multi-colored sunglasses. It enriches your thought processes and blows up your imagination like a balloon. And it gives you the mysterious power to express yourself to others who normally might not be able to understand you. #Quote by Vera Nazarian
Fremen Language quotes by Edward Frenkel
#14. The laws of Nature are written in the language of mathematics. Math is a way to describe reality and figure out how the world works, a universal language that has become the gold standard of truth. In our world, increasingly driven by science and technology, mathematics is becoming, ever more, the source of power, wealth, and progress. Hence those who are fluent in this new language will be on the cutting edge of progress. #Quote by Edward Frenkel
Fremen Language quotes by Alexander McCall Smith
#15. If you had no language, then what form did your thoughts take - if you thought at all? Of course you thought - she had never had any difficulty with accepting that - but how limited would your thoughts be in the absence of any words to express them? #Quote by Alexander McCall Smith
Fremen Language quotes by Lillian B. Rubin
#16. Interesting, isn't it, that even though more than two and a half decades have passed since the sexual revolution brought women a new measure of sexual freedom, there's still no word in the language that doesn't reek with pejorative connotation to describe a woman who has sex freely. Since language frames thought and sets its limits, this is not a trivial matter. For without a word that describes without condemning, it's hard to think about it neutrally as well. When we say the words 'promiscuous woman,' therefore, it's a statement about her character, not just her sexual behavior. #Quote by Lillian B. Rubin
Fremen Language quotes by Terry Pratchett
#17. One such accident had turned the librarian into an ape, since when he had resisted all attempts to turn him back, explaining in sign language that life as an orangutan was considerably better than life as a human being, because all the big philosophical questions resolved themselves into wondering where the next banana was coming from. Anyway, long arms and prehensile feet were ideal for dealing with high shelves. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Fremen Language quotes by Bjarne Stroustrup
#18. I find languages that support just one programming paradigm constraining. #Quote by Bjarne Stroustrup
Fremen Language quotes by Kiran Desai
#19. Perhaps that's why they had been so happy to learn a new tongue in the first place : the self consciousness of it, the effort of it, the grammar of it, pulled you up; a new language provided distance and kept the heart intact. #Quote by Kiran Desai
Fremen Language quotes by Roland Barthes
#20. Text of pleasure: the text that contents, fills, grants euphoria; the text that comes from culture and does not break with it, is linked to a comfortable practice of reading.
Text of bliss: the text that imposes a state of loss, the text that discomforts (perhaps to the point of a certain
boredom), unsettles the reader's historical, cultural, psychological assumptions, the consistency of his tastes, values, memories, brings to a crisis his relation with language.
Now the subject who keeps the two texts in his field and in his hands the reins of pleasure and bliss is an anachronic subject, for he simultaneously and contradictorily participates in the profound hedonism of all culture (which permeates him quietly under the cover of an "art de vivre" shared by the old books) and in the destruction of that culture: he enjoys the consistency of his selfhood (that is his pleasure) and seeks its loss (that is his bliss). He is a subject split twice over, doubly perverse. #Quote by Roland Barthes
Fremen Language quotes by Paulo Coelho
#21. Every human being should know two languages: the language of society and the language of signs. One serves to communicate with other people, the other serves to understand God's messages. #Quote by Paulo Coelho
Fremen Language quotes by Evan Currie
#22. It is always easier to curse in another language than your own! #Quote by Evan Currie
Fremen Language quotes by Neil Gaiman
#23. There is another version of the tale. That is the tale the women tell each other, in their private language that the men-children are not taught, and that the old men are too wise to learn. And in that version of the tale perhaps things happened differently. But then, that is a women's tale, and it is never told to men. #Quote by Neil Gaiman
Fremen Language quotes by Alice Schwarzer
#24. Mastery of the German language and the acceptance of our legal system has to become part of the criteria for naturalization. #Quote by Alice Schwarzer
Fremen Language quotes by Harold Pinter
#25. I would never use obscene language in the office. Certainly not. I kept my obscene language for the home, where it belongs. #Quote by Harold Pinter
Fremen Language quotes by Anonymous
#26. the debasement of thought cannot be separated from the debasement of language. #Quote by Anonymous
Fremen Language quotes by Frank Herbert
#27. The Fremen! They're paying the Guild for privacy, paying in a coin that's freely available to anyone with desert power - spice. #Quote by Frank Herbert
Fremen Language quotes by Thomas Moore
#28. Music, oh, how faint, how weak,
Language fades before thy spell!
Why should Feeling ever speak,
When thou canst breathe her soul so well? #Quote by Thomas Moore
Fremen Language quotes by Cyril Connolly
#29. The American language is in a state of flux based upon survival of the unfittest. #Quote by Cyril Connolly
Fremen Language quotes by T. Kingfisher
#30. Perhaps Welsh fairies stole children and confiscated their vowels. #Quote by T. Kingfisher
Fremen Language quotes by Aurora Guerrero
#31. I hope my visual language inspires others to tell their stories and challenges people's thinking. #Quote by Aurora Guerrero
Fremen Language quotes by Paul Auster
#32. Take a report. It's dry, the sentences are clunky and unfelicitous, they're just conveying information. But it seems to me that if you're fully engaged in a great piece of literature, once you enter the rhythms of the language, which is a kind of music, meanings are being conveyed that you're not fully aware of. They enter into your subconscious. #Quote by Paul Auster
Fremen Language quotes by Dan Fogelberg
#33. A simple smile, a tender touch, speaks the true language of love. #Quote by Dan Fogelberg
Fremen Language quotes by John Green
#34. The French verb aimer has two meanings. And that's why he liked her, and loved her. She spoke to him in a language that, no matter how hard you studied it, could not be completely understood. #Quote by John Green
Fremen Language quotes by Lyndon B. Johnson
#35. Four. That's what I want you to remember. If you don't get your idea across in the first four minutes, you won't do it. Four sentences to a paragraph. Four letters to a word. The most important words in the English language all have four letters. Home. Love. Food. Land. Peace ... I know peace has five letters, but any damn fool knows it should have four. #Quote by Lyndon B. Johnson
Fremen Language quotes by Alexander McCall Smith
#36. To use strong language, she thought, was a sign of bad temper and lack of concern for others. Such people were not clever or bold simply because they used such language; each time they opened their mouths they proclaimed I am a person who is poor in words. #Quote by Alexander McCall Smith
Fremen Language quotes by John Updike
#37. An old essay by John Updike begins, 'We live in an era of gratuitous inventions and negative improvements.' That language is general and abstract, near the top of the ladder. It provokes our thinking, but what concrete evidence leads Updike to his conclusion ? The answer is in his second sentence : 'Consider the beer can.' To be even more specific, Updike was complaining that the invention of the pop-top ruined the aesthetic experience of drinking beer. 'Pop-top' and 'beer' are at the bottom of the ladder, 'aesthetic experience' at the top. #Quote by John Updike
Fremen Language quotes by Farshad Asl
#38. Simplicity is the language of leadership. #Quote by Farshad Asl
Fremen Language quotes by Chris Cleave
#39. It was beautiful, and that is a word I would not need to explain to the girls from back home, and I do not need to explain to you, because now we are all speaking the same language. The waves still smashed against the beach, furious and irresistible. But me, I watched all of those children smiling and dancing and splashing one another in salt water and bright sunlight, and I laughed and laughed and laughed until the sound of the sea was drowned. #Quote by Chris Cleave
Fremen Language quotes by Mark Twain
#40. A dog is "der Hund"; a woman is "die Frau"; a horse is "das Pferd"; now you put that dog in the genitive case, and is he the same dog he was before? No, sir; he is "des Hundes"; put him in the dative case and what is he? Why, he is "dem Hund." Now you snatch him into the accusative case and how is it with him? Why, he is "den Hunden." But suppose he happens to be twins and you have to pluralize him- what then? Why, they'll swat that twin dog around through the 4 cases until he'll think he's an entire international dog-show all in is own person. I don't like dogs, but I wouldn't treat a dog like that- I wouldn't even treat a borrowed dog that way. Well, it's just the same with a cat. They start her in at the nominative singular in good health and fair to look upon, and they sweat her through all the 4 cases and the 16 the's and when she limps out through the accusative plural you wouldn't recognize her for the same being. Yes, sir, once the German language gets hold of a cat, it's goodbye cat. That's about the amount of it. #Quote by Mark Twain
Fremen Language quotes by Frank R. Wilson
#41. Buttressing this argument (that you can prevent children from learning to read or ride bicycles but you can't stop them from learning to talk), Chomsky had pointed to two other universals in human language: that its emergence in children follows a very precise timetable of development, no matter where they live or which particular language is the first they learn; and that language itself has an innate structure. Chomsky has recently reminded audiences that the origins of the structure of language - how semantics and syntax interact - remain as "arcane" as do its behavioral and neurologic roots. Chomsky himself finds nothing in classical Darwinism to account for human language.* And for that reason, says Plotkin, linguistics is left with a major theoretical dilemma. If human language is a heritable trait but one that represents a complete discontinuity from animal communicative behavior, where did it come from? #Quote by Frank R. Wilson

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