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#1. To contribute to the emergence of a society in which development will supplant stagnation, in which growth will take the place of decay, and in which culture will put an end to barbarism is the noblest, and, indeed, the only true function of intellectual endeavor. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#2. As Hegel well knew, the ascent of reason has never followed a straight line. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#3. Indeed, the "whole bourgeoisie" on whose behalf the government was acting as its "committee" was a composite of a vast multitude of businessmen appearing as a conglomeration of many different and divergent groups and interests. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul Baran
#4. I've ... learned that it's a hell of a lot easier to just build something than to try to convince somebody who doesn't believe it's possible. #Quote by Paul Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#5. One would think that the record of already existing regulatory agencies is sufficiently eloquent in showing that it is Big Business that does the regulating rather than vice versa . #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#6. Indeed, I find it illuminating to consider to what extent our "classical conditions" for economic growth are satisfied in the current, monopolistic phase of capitalism. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#7. The principal impact of foreign enterprise on the development of the underdeveloped countries lies in hardening and strengthening the sway of merchant capitalism, in slowing down and indeed preventing its transformation into industrial capitalism. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#8. Here is Senator Russell in a colloquy on the Senate floor with Senator Proxmire: There is something about preparing for destruction that causes men to be more careless in spending money than they would be if they were building for constructive purposes. Why that is so I do not know; but I have observed, over a period of almost thirty years in the Senate, that there is something about buying arms with which to kill, to destroy, to wipe out cities, and to obliterate great transportation systems which causes men not to reckon the dollar cost as closely as they do when they think about proper housing and the care of the health of human beings. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul Baran
#9. We will soon be living in an era in which we cannot guarantee survivability of any single point. However, we can still design systems in which system destruction requires the enemy to pay the price of destroying n of n stations. If n is made sufficiently large, it can be shown that highly survivable system structures can be built. #Quote by Paul Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#10. Many seemingly independent businessmen or craftsman are more or less well paid retainers of larger corporations, such as the cobbler, operating a United States shoe machine or an automobile dealer holding a license of the General Motors Corporation. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#11. But when reason and the study of history began revealing the irrationality, the limitations, and the merely transitory nature of the capitalist order, bourgeois ideology as a whole and with it bourgeois economics began abandoning both reason and history. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#12. It has been estimated that even in the absence of net investment, the mere substitution of modern machinery for worn-out equipment in the United States would cause an annual productivity increase of approximately 1.5 percent. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#13. Whatever market for manufactured goods emerged in colonial and dependent countries did not become the "eternal market" of these countries. Thrown wide open by colonization and by unequal treaties, it became an appendage of the "internal market" of Western capitalism. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#14. The alarm must be sounded because it is the economic and social system of capitalism and imperialism that prevents the urgently needed full mobilization of the potential economic surplus and the attainment of rates of economic advancement that can be secured with its help. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#15. In fact, all the additional knowledge gained by an irrationally constituted society may but enlarge and enhance the powers of death and destruction. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
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#16. Writing a novel mimics what we bring to our journey of life. God is the great editor who purges the faulty, the awkward, and all the bits that are just plain wrong, so the optimal story can finally emerge. #Quote by Denise M. Baran-Unland
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul A. Baran
#17. Much if not all we know about the complex mechanism responsible for the development (and stagnation) of productive forces, and for the rise and decay of social organizations, is the result of the analytical work undertaken by Marx and by those whom he inspired. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
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#18. What do you do when you see a man masturbating at a salad baran actual salad shooterbut wait, I'm single, we're both at the salad bar, we have a lot in common. I like fresh produce, he likes to get fresh with produce. I like nuts on my salad, he likes to nut on his salad. #Quote by Alison Rosen
Gorkem Baran quotes by Paul Baran
#19. History has shown that there are very few mechanisms as effective at maintaining the status quo as a set of institutionalized regulations. Once set in regulatory concrete, reconsideration of the basic underlying assumptions is very difficult. While it will be an uphill fight to re-examine the basic underlying assumptions of any law or administrative rule, it is clearly not impossible. It will just take longer than if not so well institutionalized. #Quote by Paul Baran

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