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Granier Diffusion quotes by Henry Thomas Buckle
#1. The clergy, with a few honorable exceptions, have in all modern countries been the avowed enemies of the diffusion of knowledge, the danger of which to their own profession they, by a certain instinct, seem always to have perceived. #Quote by Henry Thomas Buckle
Granier Diffusion quotes by Chuck Hagel
#2. When I came to the Senate in 1997, the world was being redefined by forces no single country controlled or understood. The implosion of the Soviet Union and a historic diffusion of economic and geopolitical power created new influences and established new global power centers - and new threats. #Quote by Chuck Hagel
Granier Diffusion quotes by Henry James Sumner Maine
#3. The ancient codes were doubtless originally suggested by the discovery and diffusion of the art of writing. #Quote by Henry James Sumner Maine
Granier Diffusion quotes by Leigh Hunt
#4. The very greatest genius, after all, is not the greatest thing in the world, any more than the greatest city in the world is the country or the sky. It is the concentration of some of its greatest powers, but it is not the greatest diffusion of its might. It is not the habit of its success, the stability of its sereneness. #Quote by Leigh Hunt
Granier Diffusion quotes by Robert Cooper
#5. A post-modern economy can have the result that everyone lives only for themselves, and not at all for the community – the decline of birth rates in the West is already evidence of this tendency. There is a risk too that the deconstruction of the state may spill over into the deconstruction of society. In political terms, an excess of transparency and an over-diffusion of power could lead to a state, and to an international order, in which nothing can be done because there is no central focus of power or responsibility. We may all drown in complexity. #Quote by Robert Cooper
Granier Diffusion quotes by George L. Mosse
#6. Georges Sorel, to whom fascism is so much indebted, wrote at the beginning of our century that all great movements are compelled by 'myths.' A myth is the strongest belief held by the group, and its adherents feel themselves to be an army of truth fighting an army of evil. Some years earlier, in 1895, the French psychologist Gustav Le Bon had written of the 'conservatism of crowds' which cling tenaciously to traditional ideas. Hitler took the basic nationalism of the German tradition and the longing for stable personal relationships of olden times, and built upon them as the strongest belief of the group. In the diffusion of the 'myth' Hitler fulfilled what Le Bon had forecast: that 'magical powers' were needed to control the crowd. The Fuhrer himself wrote of the 'magic influence' of mass suggestion and the liturgical aspects of his movement, and its success as a mass religion bore out the truth of this view. #Quote by George L. Mosse
Granier Diffusion quotes by Ruth Benedict
#7. The psychological consequences of this spread of white culture have been out of all proportion to the materialistic. This world-wide cultural diffusion has protected us as man had never been protected before from having to take seriously the civilizations of other peoples; it has given to our culture a massive universality that we have long ceased to account for historically, and which we read off rather as necessary and inevitable. #Quote by Ruth Benedict
Granier Diffusion quotes by Harriet Martineau
#8. It is hard to tell which is worse; the wide diffusion of things that are not true, or the suppression of things that are true. #Quote by Harriet Martineau
Granier Diffusion quotes by Jeffrey H Reiman
#9. The party should stand for a constantly wider diffusion of property. That is the greatest social and economic security that can come to free men. It makes men free. #Quote by Jeffrey H Reiman
Granier Diffusion quotes by Herman Kahn
#10. The widespread diffusion of nuclear weapons would make many nations able, and in some cases also create the pressure, to aggravate an on-going crisis, or even touch off a war between two other powers for purposes of their own. #Quote by Herman Kahn
Granier Diffusion quotes by Justus Von Liebig
#11. Without an acquaintance with chemistry, the statesman must remain a stranger to the true vital interests of the state, to the means of its organic development and improvement; ... The highest economic or material interests of a country, the increased and more profitable production of food for man and animals, ... are most closely linked with the advancement and diffusion of the natural sciences, especially of chemistry. #Quote by Justus Von Liebig
Granier Diffusion quotes by Thomas Piketty
#12. The main force pushing toward reduction in inequality has always been the diffusion of knowledge and the diffusion of education. #Quote by Thomas Piketty
Granier Diffusion quotes by Francis Lieber
#13. It belongs to American liberty to separate entirely from the political government the institution which has its object the support and diffusion of religion #Quote by Francis Lieber
Granier Diffusion quotes by Giordano Bruno
#14. Innumerable spirits and souls, when spread out through the same space, do not interfere with each other such that the diffusion of one would affect the diffusion of an infinity of others. #Quote by Giordano Bruno
Granier Diffusion quotes by Lord Hailsham
#15. Political liberty is nothing else but the diffusion of power. #Quote by Lord Hailsham
Granier Diffusion quotes by August Krogh
#16. The absorption of oxygen and the elimination of carbon dioxide in the lungs take place by diffusion alone. There is no trustworthy evidence of any regulation of this process on the part of the organism. #Quote by August Krogh
Granier Diffusion quotes by Leo Tolstoy
#17. Nothing has contributed so much to the obscuring of Christian truth in the eyes of the heathen,
and has hindered so much the diffusion of Christianity through the world, as the disregard of [non-resistance] by men calling themselves Christians, and the permission of war and violence to Christians. #Quote by Leo Tolstoy
Granier Diffusion quotes by Swami Vivekananda
#18. Accumulation of power is as necessary as its diffusion, or rather more so. #Quote by Swami Vivekananda
Granier Diffusion quotes by Edgar Rice Burroughs
#19. The luminosity below me seemed confined directly to the area to be lighted; there was no diffusion of light upward or beyond the limits the lamps were designed to light. This was effected, I was told, by lamps designed upon principles resulting from ages of investigation of the properties of light waves and the laws governing them which permit Barsoomian scientists to confine and control light as we confine and control matter. The light waves leave the lamp, pass along a prescribed circuit and return to the lamp. There is no waste nor, strange this seemed to me, are there any dense shadows when lights are properly installed and adjusted, for the waves in passing around objects to return to the lamp, illuminate all sides of them. The #Quote by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Granier Diffusion quotes by Thomas Jefferson
#20. The diffusion of information and the arraignment of all abuses at the bar of public reason, I deem [one of] the essential principles of our government, and consequently [one of] those which ought to shape its administration. #Quote by Thomas Jefferson
Granier Diffusion quotes by Arthur Schuster
#21. One of the principal obstacles to the rapid diffusion of a new idea lies in the difficulty of finding suitable expression to convey its essential point to other minds. Words may have to be strained into a new sense, and scientific controversies constantly resolve themselves into differences about the meaning of words. On the other hand, a happy nomenclature has sometimes been more powerful than rigorous logic in allowing a new train of thought to be quickly and generally accepted. #Quote by Arthur Schuster
Granier Diffusion quotes by Nikolai Gogol
#22. Why have I been a fool so long? Why, seeing that fate has appointed me to be ruler of an earthly paradise, did I prefer to bind myself in servitude as a scribe of lifeless documents? To think that, after I had been nurtured and schooled and stored with all the knowledge necessary for the diffusion of good among those under me, and for the improvement of my domain, and for the fulfillment of the manifold duties of a landowner who is at once judge, administrator, and constable of his people, I should have entrusted my estate to an ignorant bailiff, and sought to maintain an absentee guardianship over the affairs of serfs whom I have never met, and of whose capabilities and characters I am yet ignorant! #Quote by Nikolai Gogol
Granier Diffusion quotes by Nick Gogerty
#23. Price mostly meanders around recent price until a big shift in opinion occurs, causing price to jump up or down. This is crudely modeled by quants using something called a jump-diffusion process model. Again, what does this have to do with an asset's true intrinsic value? Not much. Fortunately, the value-focused investor doesn't have to worry about these statistical methods and jargon. Stochastic calculus, information theory, GARCH variants, statistics, or time-series analysis is interesting if you're into it, but for the value investor, it is mostly noise and not worth pursuing. The value investor needs to accept that often price can be wrong for long periods and occasionally offers interesting discounts to value. #Quote by Nick Gogerty
Granier Diffusion quotes by James Madison
#24. The advancement and diffusion of knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty. #Quote by James Madison
Granier Diffusion quotes by Lesslie Newbigin
#25. The necessary precondition for the birth of science as we know it is, it would seem, the diffusion through society of the belief that the universe is both rational and contingent. Such a belief is the presupposition of modern science and cannot by any conceivable argument be a product of science. One has to ask: Upon what is this belief founded? #Quote by Lesslie Newbigin
Granier Diffusion quotes by Cliff Goldmacher
#26. In order to become a better innovator, you're going to learn how to write songs. #Quote by Cliff Goldmacher
Granier Diffusion quotes by Susan Choi
#27. REMEMBER THE IMPOSSIBLE eventfulness of time, transformation and emotion packed like gunpowder into the barrel. Remember the dilation and diffusion, the years within days. Theirs were endless; lives flowered and died between waking and noon. #Quote by Susan Choi
Granier Diffusion quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
#28. Wealth and speed are what the world admires, what each pursues. Railways, express mails, steamships and every possible facility for communications are the achievement in which the civilized world view and revels, only to languish in mediocrity by that very fact. Indeed, the effect of this diffusion is to spread the culture of the mediocre. #Quote by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Granier Diffusion quotes by Simone Weil
#29. To conceive God as an all-powerful Person, or else, under the name of Christ, as a human person, is to exclude oneself from the true love of God. For this reason we must love the perfection of the heavenly Father even in the diffusion of sunlight. The divine and absolute model of that renunciation in us - which is obedience - is the creative and ordained principle of the universe, such is the fullness of being. #Quote by Simone Weil
Granier Diffusion quotes by William Hazlitt
#30. The diffusion of taste is not the same thing as the improvement of taste. #Quote by William Hazlitt
Granier Diffusion quotes by Thomas Jefferson
#31. I think by far the most important bill in our whole code is that for the diffusion of knowlege among the people. no other sure foundation can be devised for the preservation of freedom, and happiness. #Quote by Thomas Jefferson
Granier Diffusion quotes by Rutherford B. Hayes
#32. So far as laws and institutions avail, men should have equality of opportunity for happiness; that is, of education, wealth, power. These make happiness secure. An equal diffusion of happiness so far as laws and institutions avail. #Quote by Rutherford B. Hayes
Granier Diffusion quotes by Elon Musk
#33. In terms of the Internet, it's like humanity acquiring a collective nervous system. Whereas previously we were more like a [?], like a collection of cells that communicated by diffusion. With the advent of the Internet, it was suddenly like we got a nervous system. It's a hugely impactful thing. #Quote by Elon Musk
Granier Diffusion quotes by George Washington
#34. Promote, then, as an object of primary importance, institutions for the general diffusion of knowledge. In proportion as the structure of a government gives force to public opinion, it is essential that public opinion should be enlightened. #Quote by George Washington
Granier Diffusion quotes by Michael Joseph Oakeshott
#35. We consider ourselves to be free because no one in our society is allowed unlimited powerno leader, faction, party or 'class', no majority, no government, church, corporation, trade, or professional association or trade union. The secret of its freedom is that it is composed of a multitude of organisations in the constitution of the best of which is reproduced that diffusion of power which is characteristic of the whole. #Quote by Michael Joseph Oakeshott
Granier Diffusion quotes by Lord Kelvin
#36. Although mechanical energy is indestructible, there is a universal tendency to its dissipation, which produces throughout the system a gradual augmentation and diffusion of heat, cessation of motion and exhaustion of the potential energy of the material Universe #Quote by Lord Kelvin
Granier Diffusion quotes by Joseph Cook
#37. Safe popular freedom consists of four things, the diffusion of liberty, of intelligence, of property, and of conscientiousness, and cannot be compounded of any three out of the four. #Quote by Joseph Cook
Granier Diffusion quotes by Richard K. Morgan
#38. Every previous revolutionary movement in human history has made the same basic mistake. They've all seen power as a static apparatus, as a structure. And it's not. It's a dynamic, a flow system with two possible tendencies. Power either accumulates, or it diffuses through the system. In most societies, it's in accumulative mode, and most revolutionary movements are only really interested in reconstituting the accumulation in a new location. A genuine revolution has to reverse the flow. And no one ever does that, because they're all too fucking scared of losing their conning tower moment in the historical process. If you tear down one agglutinative power dynamic and put another one in its place, you've changed nothing. You're not going to solve any of that society's problems, they'll just reemerge at a new angle. You've got to set up the nanotech that will deal with the problems on its own. You've got to build the structures that allow for diffusion of power, not re-grouping. Accountability, demodynamic access, systems of constituted rights, education in the use of political infrastructure #Quote by Richard K. Morgan
Granier Diffusion quotes by Philip Schaff
#39. The history of mankind before his birth must be viewed as a preparation for his coming, and the history after his birth as a gradual diffusion of his spirit and progress of his kingdom. #Quote by Philip Schaff
Granier Diffusion quotes by George Eliot
#40. May I reach That purest heaven - be to other souls The cup of strength in some great agony; Enkindle generous ardor, feed pure love, Beget the smiles that have no cruelty. Be the sweet presence of a good diffused, And in the diffusion ever more intense! So shall I join the choir invisible Whose music is the gladness of the world. #Quote by George Eliot

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