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Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Orson Pratt
#1. If, after a rigid examination, it be found an imposition, it should be extensively published to the world as such; the evidences and arguments on which the imposture was detected, should be clearly and logically stated, that those who have been sincerely yet unfortunately deceived, may perceive the nature of the deception and be reclaimed, and that those who continue to publish the delusion, may be exposed and silenced ... #Quote by Orson Pratt
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Nicholas Kristof
#2. Individual storytelling is incredibly powerful. We as journalists know intuitively what scientists of the brain are discovering through brain scans, which is that emotional stories tend to open the portals, and that once there's a connection made, people are more open to rational arguments. #Quote by Nicholas Kristof
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Victor LaValle
#3. 'The Ballad of Black Tom' was written, in part, during the latest round of arguments about H. P. Lovecraft's legacy as both a great writer and a prejudiced man. I grew up worshipping the guy, so this issue felt quite personal to me. #Quote by Victor LaValle
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Nick Drake
#4. The future says:

Dear mortals;
I know you are busy with your colourful lives;
I have no wish to waste the little time that remains
On arguments and heated debates;
But before I can appear
Please, close your eyes, sit still
And listen carefully
To what I am about to say;
I haven't happened yet, but I will.
I can't pretend it's going to be
Business as usual.
Things are going to change.
I'm going to be unrecognisable.
Please, don't open your eyes, not yet.
I'm not trying to frighten you.
All I ask is that you think of me
Not as a wish or a nightmare, but as a story
You have to tell yourselves -
Not with an ending
In which everyone lives happily ever after,
Or a B-movie apocalypse,
But maybe starting with the line
'To be continued...'
And see what happens next.
Remember this; I am not
Written in stone
But in time -
So please don't shrug and say
What can we do?
It's too late, etc, etc, etc.
Dear mortals,
You are such strange creatures
With your greed and your kindness,
And your hearts like broken toys;
You carry fear with you everywhere
Like a tiny god
In its box of shadows.
You love festivals and music
And good food.
You lie to yourselves
Because you're afraid of the dark.
But the truth is: you are in my hands
And I am in yours.
We are in this together,
#Quote by Nick Drake
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by John Schlesinger
#5. Still, the film nearly didn't happen a number of times. There were great arguments with United Artists about how to reduce the cost because they were nothing if not conscious of the price of the film. #Quote by John Schlesinger
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Patricia Roberts-Miller
#6. We can choose to try to persuade people who are repeating demagogic talking points while choosing not to get into arguments with them.

Demagoguery about 'them' is undone by empathy. Generalizations about 'them' are complicated, and sometimes shattered, by experiences with individual members of 'them,' or even humanizing stories. Tell those stories, mention those friends, talk about those experiences, and just refuse to argue. Invite your interlocutor to meet 'them,' point out the individuals who don't fit the stereotype, and, if you are a member of their out-group, then resist your interlocutor's desire to treat you as an exception. Many of the people who explain how they came to reject demagoguery about some out-group say they were changed when they got to know (and love) people in that group, or when they discovered that people whom they had long loved were members of the out-group. Just bear witness to the glory of diversity and pluralism. #Quote by Patricia Roberts-Miller
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Justin Lee
#7. Even when we know certain people well as individuals, we don't understand their echo chambers well enough to change their minds on the things we care about, so we end up surprised when they're not persuaded by arguments that seem obvious to us. Each side is so focused on fighting the other that there doesn't seem to be any room for understanding them. As a result, each side unwittingly sabotages their own efforts to change the other side's mind. #Quote by Justin Lee
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Wendy McElroy
#8. By arguing, I mean argumentation rather than a verbal brawl or a meaningless contest in which people one-up each other. An argument is a purposeful exchange with the purpose being to settle or explore an intellectual dispute. The ideal argument is a cooperative venture in which both parties attempt to arrive at the truth. Ideal arguments rarely happen. #Quote by Wendy McElroy
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by W. R. Thompson
#9. This general tendency to eliminate, by means of unverifiable speculations, the limits of the categories nature presents to us is the inheritance of biology from The Origin of Species. To establish the continuity required by theory, historical arguments are invoked, even though historical evidence is lacking. Thus are engendered those fragile towers of hypothesis based on hypothesis, where fact and fiction intermingle in an inextricable confusion. #Quote by W. R. Thompson
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Jonathan Safran Foer
#10. And you can't force someone to believe, not even with better and louder and more virtuous arguments, not even with irrefutable evidence #Quote by Jonathan Safran Foer
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by David Hume
#11. The supposition that the future resembles the past, is not founded on arguments of any kind, but is derived entirely from habit. #Quote by David Hume
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Stephen Jay Gould
#12. If any issue should unite liberals and conservatives, anyone who cares about the integrity of human achievement or respect for human accomplishment, may we not all pledge to avoid the silly censoring that can lead to a codification of Orwell's Newspeak? Consider John Milton's reasons for why good arguments are often lost: 'For want of words, no doubt, or lack of breath!' #Quote by Stephen Jay Gould
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Lundy Bancroft
#13. Are you afraid of him? Are you getting distant from friends or family because he makes those relationships difficult? Is your level of energy and motivation declining, or do you feel depressed? Is your self-opinion declining, so that you are always fighting to be good enough and to prove yourself? Do you find yourself constantly preoccupied with the relationship and how to fix it? Do you feel like you can't do anything right? Do you feel like the problems in your relationship are all your fault? Do you repeatedly leave arguments feeling like you've been messed with but can't figure out exactly why? #Quote by Lundy Bancroft
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Linda Perlstein
#14. Twelve-year-olds are eager to turn everything into arguments but don't have the cognitive skills to win them. #Quote by Linda Perlstein
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Northrop Frye
#15. So, you may ask, what is the use of studying the world of imagination where anything is possible and anything can be assumed, where there are no rights or wrongs and all arguments are equally good? One of the most obvious uses, I think, is its encouragement of tolerance. In the imagination our own beliefs are also only possibilities, but we can also see the possibilities in the beliefs of others. Bigots and fanatics seldom have any use for the arts, because they're so preoccupied with their beliefs and actions that they can't see them as also possibilities. It's possible to go to the other extreme, to be a dilettante so bemused by possibilities that one has no convictions or power to act at all. But such people are much less common than bigots, and in our world much less dangerous. #Quote by Northrop Frye
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Robert M. Price
#16. I once sheepishly asked a prominent Evangelical apologist, with his PhD in New Testament, if he had ever chanced to read Strauss's Life of Jesus Critically Examined. He had not. Things began to become clear to me. He didn't know that all his trusty arguments had been thoroughly refuted many decades before he was born. #Quote by Robert M. Price
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Tony Scott
#17. I always get everyone prepared so there aren't so many arguments on set. I have a policy that the first thing I do in the morning is go over to the trailers and discuss exactly what we're shooting that day. It's time-consuming, but it reduces the chances of 'misunderstandings' on set. #Quote by Tony Scott
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by C.S. Lewis
#18. I know that the thing I want is exactly the thing I can never get. The old life, the jokes, the drinks, the arguments, the lovemaking, the tiny, heartbreaking commonplace. On any view whatever, to say, 'H. is dead,' is to say, 'All that is gone.' It is a part of the past. And the past is the past and that is what time means, and time itself is one more name for death, and Heaven itself is a state where 'the former things have passed away.' Talk #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Patton Oswalt
#19. I've had some pretty good arguments with people, but I've never regretted it. I've had people come up where it's all emotion and no fact. That's always sad. #Quote by Patton Oswalt
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Sigmund Freud
#20. At this point it may be objected: well, then, if even the crabbed sceptics admit that the statements of religion cannot be confuted by reason, why should not I believe in them, since they have so much on their side:­ tradition, the concurrence of mankind, and all the consolation they yield? Yes, why not? Just as no one can be forced into belief, so no one can be forced into unbelief. But do not deceive yourself into thinking that with such arguments you are following the path of correct reasoning. If ever there was a case of facile argument, this is one. Ignorance is ignorance; no right to believe anything is derived from it. #Quote by Sigmund Freud
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
#21. Communism is as crude an attempt to explain society and the individual as if a surgeon were to perform his delicate operations with a meat ax. All that is subtle in human psychology and in the structure of society (which is even more complex), all of this is reduced to crude economic processes. The whole created being - man - is reduced to matter. It is characteristic that Communism is so devoid of arguments that it has none to advance against its opponents in our Communist countries. It lacks arguments and hence there is the club, the prison, the concentration camp, and insane asylums with forced confinement. #Quote by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Claude Shannon
#22. Use the word 'cybernetics', Norbert, because nobody knows what it means. This will always put you at an advantage in arguments. #Quote by Claude Shannon
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Barack Obama
#23. The absence of even rough agreement on the facts puts every opinion on equal footing and therefore eliminates the basis for thoughtful compromise. It rewards not those who are right, but those - like the White House press office - who can make their arguments most loudly, most frequently, most obstinately, and with the best backdrop. #Quote by Barack Obama
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Henry Giroux
#24. University presidents should be loud and forceful in defending the university as a social good, essential to the democratic culture and economy of a nation. They should be criticizing the prioritizing of funds for military and prison expenditures over funds for higher education. And this argument should be made as a defense of education, as a crucial public good, and it should be taken seriously. But they aren't making these arguments. #Quote by Henry Giroux
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Rachel Kadish
#25. How wrong she'd been, to believe a mind could reign over anything. For it did not reign even over itself...and despite all the arguments of all the philosophers, Esther now saw that thought proved nothing. Had Descartes, near his own death, come at last to see his folly? The mind was only an apparatus within the mechanism of the body - and it took little more than a fever to jostle a cog, so that the gear of thought could no longer turn. Philosophy could be severed from life. Blood overmastered ink. And every thin breath she drew told her which ruled her. #Quote by Rachel Kadish
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by John Podesta
#26. I believe that President Clinton considered the legal merits of the arguments for the pardon as he understood them, and he rendered his judgment, wise or unwise, on the merits. #Quote by John Podesta
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Stanton T. Friedman
#27. There is no doubt in my mind, after 37 years of study and investigation that the evidence is overwhelming that planet Earth is being visited by intelligently controlled vehicles whose origin is extraterrestrial. There are no acceptable arguments against flying saucer reality, only people who either haven't studied the relevant data or have a strong will not to believe that Earth is at the bottom of the heap sociologically and technologically in our local galactic neighborhood. #Quote by Stanton T. Friedman
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Frances Norris
#28. Stupid arguments and the desire to be right -- that's what drives people apart -- that or death. #Quote by Frances Norris
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Leopoldo Lopez
#29. Our arguments - and those of hundreds more Venezuelans suffering the same injustice - are clear and forceful: political disqualification violates laws in Venezuela and throughout the continent. #Quote by Leopoldo Lopez
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Kimberly Derting
#30. He leaned in then and kissed me again, sweet and soft and tender, silencing my arguments and stealing my breath, making me wonder how one simple gesture could be so tragically lovely. #Quote by Kimberly Derting
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Aristotle.
#31. But there is a difference: in Rhetoric, one who acts in accordance with sound argument, and one who acts in accordance with moral purpose,are both called rhetoricians; but in Dialectic it is the moral purpose that makes the sophist, the dialectician being one whose arguments rest, not on moral purpose but on the faculty. Let #Quote by Aristotle.
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#32. Some books against Deism fell into my hands ... it happened that they wrought an effect on me quite contrary to what was intended by them; for the arguments of the Deists, which were quote to be refuted, appeared to me much stronger than the refutations; in short, I soon became a thorough Deist. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Olivia Laing
#33. There are so many things that art can't do. It can't bring the dead back to life, it can't mend arguments between friends, or cure AIDS, or halt the pace of climate change. All the same, it does have some extraordinary functions, some odd negotiating ability between people, including people who never meet and yet who infiltrate and enrich each other's lives. It does have a capacity to create intimacy; it does have a way of healing wounds, and better yet of making it apparent that not all wounds need healing and not all scars are ugly. #Quote by Olivia Laing
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Mortimer J. Adler
#34. The human mind is as naturally sensitive to arguments as the eye is to colors. (There may be some people who are argument-blind!) But the eye will not see if it is not kept open, and the mind will not follow an argument if it is not awake. #Quote by Mortimer J. Adler
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Frithjof Schuon
#35. In order to discredit faith and seduce believers, Kant does not hesitate to appeal to pride or vanity: whoever does not rely on reason alone is a "minor" who refuses to "grow up"; if men allow themselves to be led by "authorities" instead of "thinking for themselves," it is solely through laziness and cowardice, neither more nor less. A thinker who needs to make use of such means - which on the whole are demagogic - must indeed be short of serious arguments. #Quote by Frithjof Schuon
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Virginia Woolf
#36. I thought at last that it was time to roll up the crumpled skin of the day, with its arguments and its impressions and its anger and its laughter, and cast it into the hedge. #Quote by Virginia Woolf
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Peter Singer
#37. All the arguments to prove man's superiority cannot shatter this hard fact: in suffering the animals are our equals. #Quote by Peter Singer
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Thomas Chalmers
#38. Judging from the tendency and effect of his arguments, an atheist does not appear positively to refuse that a God may be ... His verdict on the doctrine of God is only that it is not proven. It is not that it is disproven. He is but an atheist. He is not an anti-theist. #Quote by Thomas Chalmers
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Victor Hugo
#39. In the course of these trips he was kind and indulgent, and talked rather than preached. He never went far in search of his arguments and his examples. He quoted to the inhabitants of one district the example of a neighboring district. In the cantons where they were harsh to the poor, he said: Look at the people of Briancon! They have conferred on the poor, on widows and orphans, the right to have their meadows mown three days in advance of every one else. They rebuild their houses for them gratuitously when they are ruined. Therefore it is a country which is blessed by God. For a whole century, there has not been a single murderer among them. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Scott Adams
#40. When politicians tell lies, they know the press will call them out. They also know it doesn't matter. Politicians understand that reason will never have much of a role in voting decisions. A lie that makes a voter feel good is more effective than a hundred rational arguments. That's even true when the voter knows the lie is a lie. #Quote by Scott Adams
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Pope Benedict XVI
#41. The only really effective apologia for Christianity comes down to two arguments, namely, the saints the Church has produced and the art which has grown in her womb. #Quote by Pope Benedict XVI
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Matt Lanter
#42. A real man wouldn't lay a finger on a woman. He treats his partner with respect, love and support. Men are physically stronger and have no place abusing that power. Everyone has problems, and arguments happen, but that's when a real man uses his intelligence to talk it out. #Quote by Matt Lanter
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Orson Scott Card
#43. Are you all right, Sir?" asked Hezekiah.
"Just fighting over old battles in my mind," said John. "It's the problem with age. You have all these rusty arguments, and no quarrel to use them in. My brain is a museum, but alas, I'm the only visitor, and even I am not terribly interested in the displays."
Hezekiah laughed, but there was affection in it. "I would love nothing better than to visit there. But I'm afraid I'd be tempted to loot the place, and carry it all away with me. #Quote by Orson Scott Card
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Dalai Lama XIV
#44. After all, all human beings are the same - made up of flesh, bone, and blood. We all want happiness, and we all try to avoid suffering. We are the members of one single human family, and our arguments are born from secondary causes. Disputes, lies, and killings are useless. #Quote by Dalai Lama XIV
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Barack Obama
#45. This democracy we have is a precious thing. For all the arguments and all the doubts and all the cynicism that's out there today, we should never forget that as Americans, we enjoy more freedoms and opportunities than citizens in any other nation on Earth. (Applause.) We are free to speak our mind and worship as we please. We are free to choose our leaders, and criticize them if they let us down. We have the chance to get an education, and work hard, and give our children a better life.

None of this came easy. None of this was preordained. The men and women who sat in your chairs 10 years ago and 50 years ago and 100 years ago –- they made America possible through their toil and their endurance and their imagination and their faith. Their success, and America's success, was never a given. And there is no guarantee that the graduates who will sit in these same seats 10 years from now, or 50 years from now, or 100 years from now, will enjoy the same freedoms and opportunities that you do. You, too, will have to strive. You, too, will have to push the boundaries of what seems possible. For the truth is, our nation's destiny has never been certain.

What is certain -– what has always been certain -– is the ability to shape that destiny. That is what makes us different. That is what sets us apart. That is what makes us Americans -– our ability at the end of the day to look past all of our differences and all of our disagreements and still forge a common future #Quote by Barack Obama
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Eugene H. Peterson
#46. Watch out for people who try to dazzle you with big words and intellectual double-talk. They want to drag you off into endless arguments that never amount to anything. They spread their ideas through the empty traditions of human beings and the empty superstitions of spirit beings. But that's not the way of Christ. Everything of God gets expressed in him, so you can see and hear him clearly. You don't need a telescope, a microscope, or a horoscope to realize the fullness of Christ, and the emptiness of the universe without him. When you come to him, that fullness comes together for you, too. His power extends over everything. 11-15 Entering into this fullness #Quote by Eugene H. Peterson
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Marie Dressler
#47. Any fact is better established by two or three good testimonies than by a thousand arguments. #Quote by Marie Dressler
Kuhlmeier Arguments quotes by Buddy Hackett
#48. I've had a few arguments with people, but I never carry a grudge. You know why? While you're carrying a grudge, they're out dancing. #Quote by Buddy Hackett

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