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Maladaptation Examples quotes by R.W. Van Bemmelen
#1. Half a century ago Ostwald (1910) distinguished classicists and romanticists among the scientific investigators: the former being inclined to design schemes and to use consistently the deductions from working hypotheses; the latter being more fit for intuitive discoveries of functional relations between phenomena and therefore more able to open up new fields of study. Examples of both character types are Werner and Hutton. Werner was a real classicist. At the end of the eighteenth century he postulated the theory of "neptunism," according to which all rocks including granites, were deposited in primeval seas. It was an artificial scheme, but, as a classification system, it worked quite satisfactorily at the time. Hutton, his contemporary and opponent, was more a romanticist. His concept of 'plutonism' supposed continually recurrent circuits of matter, which like gigantic paddle wheels raise material from various depths of the earth and carry it off again. This is a very flexible system which opens the mind to accept the possible occurrence in the course of time of a great variety of interrelated plutonic and tectonic processes. #Quote by R.W. Van Bemmelen
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Jodi Picoult
#2. I don't know what you think of me. And you certainly would never picture us together. But probably peanut butter was just peanut butter for a long time, before someone ever thought of pairing it with jelly. And there was salt, but it started to taste better when there was pepper. And what's the point of butter without bread? (Why are all these examples of FOODS?!!?!?!?!?!?!) Anyway by myself I'm nothing special. But with you I could be. #Quote by Jodi Picoult
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Andre Breton
#3. No rules exist, and examples are simply life-savers answering the appeals of rules making vain attempts to exist. #Quote by Andre Breton
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Richard Whately
#4. It is a good plan, with a young person of a character to be much affected by ludicrous and absurd representations, to show him plainly by examples that there is nothing which may not be thus represented. He will hardly need to be told that everything is not a mere joke. #Quote by Richard Whately
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Malcolm Muggeridge
#5. I must also leave you to analyze the cultural decline of Western art and literature. In the cycle of a great civilization, the artist begins as a priest and ends as a clown or buffoon. Examples of buffoonery in twentieth-century art, literature and music are many: Dali, Picasso, John Cage, Beckett. #Quote by Malcolm Muggeridge
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Deyth Banger
#6. One thing is true and that Humans are the examples of killers which destroy other fellows dreams. #Quote by Deyth Banger
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Alison Assiter
#7. From a political perspective, it is important to uphold certain universal principles so that, for example, you can condemn both Islamist forms of violence and injustice as well as forms of violence and injustice from other groups - some superpowers, for example, or the English Defence League, as other examples. #Quote by Alison Assiter
Maladaptation Examples quotes by John Donne
#8. Of all the commentaries on the Scriptures, good examples are the best. #Quote by John Donne
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Henry Louis Gates
#9. All historians generalize from particulars. And often, if you look at a historian's footnotes, the number of examples of specific cases is very, very small. #Quote by Henry Louis Gates
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Paul Halmos
#10. The heart of mathematics consists of concrete examples and concrete problems. Big general theories are usually afterthoughts based on small but profound insights; the insights themselves come from concrete special cases. #Quote by Paul Halmos
Maladaptation Examples quotes by James Clarke
#11. All boys wish to be manly; but they often try to become so by copying the vices of men rather than their virtues. They see men drinking, smoking, swearing; so these poor little fellows sedulously imitate such bad habits, thinking they are making themselves more like men. They mistake rudeness for strength, disrespect to parents for independence. They read wretched stories about boy brigands and boy detectives, and fancy themselves heroes when they break the laws, and become troublesome and mischievous. Out of such false influences the criminal classes are recruited. Many a little boy who only wishes to be manly, becomes corrupted and debased by the bad examples around him and the bad literature which he reads. The cure for this is to give him good books, show him truly noble examples from life and history, and make him understand how infinitely above this mock-manliness is the true courage which ennobles human nature. #Quote by James Clarke
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Philip Sidney
#12. Philosophy deals in the abstract and the universal, but not in the particular. History deals only in the particular, not with general principles. Poetry deals with both, illustrating universal principles with particular examples or embodiments of those principles:
Now doth the peerless poet perform both: for whatsoever the philosopher saith should be done, he giveth a perfect picture of it in someone by whom he presupposeth it was done; so as he coupleth the general notion with the particular example.
Another advantage poetry has over philosophy is greater clarity:
the philosopher teacheth, but he teacheth obscurely, so as the learned only can understand him; that is to say, he teacheth them that are already taught. But the poet is the food for the tenderest stomachs, the poet is indeed the right popular philosopher.
Essentially, poetry shows history more brilliantly than history, and explains philosophy more cogently than philosophy. #Quote by Philip Sidney
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Hugh Miller
#13. The geologist, in those tables of stone which form his records, finds no examples of dynasties once passed away again returning. There has no repetition of the dynasty of the fish, of the reptile, of the mammal. The dynasty of the future is to have glorified man for its inhabitant; but it is to be the dynasty-"the kingdom"-not of glorified man made in the image of God, but of God himself in the form man. #Quote by Hugh Miller
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Leo Szilard
#14. The ten commandments according to Leó Szilárd

1. Recognize the connections of things and laws of conduct of men, so that you may know what you are doing.

2. Let your acts be directed toward a worthy goal, but do not ask if they will reach it; they are to be models and examples, not means to an end.

3. Speak to all men as you do to yourself, with no concern for the effect you make, so that you do not shut them out from your world; lest in isolation the meaning of life slips out of sight and you lose the belief in the perfection of creation.

4. Do not destroy what you cannot create.

5. Touch no dish, except that you are hungry.

6. Do not covet what you cannot have.

7. Do not lie without need.

8. Honor children. Listen reverently to their words and speak to them with infinite love.

9.Do your work for six years; but in the seventh, go into solitude or among strangers, so that the memory of your friends does not hinder you from being what you have become.

10. Lead your life with a gentle hand and be ready to leave whenever you are called.

Leo Szilard 'Die Stimme der Delphine.' Utopische Erzählungen. Rowohit Taschenbuch Verlag. 1963. Translated by Dr. Jacob Bronowski. #Quote by Leo Szilard
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Lou Lumenick
#15. His (Lloyd Kaufman) string of low-budget, lowbrow horror comedies stretching back to the '80s has been cited as influence by Peter Jackson, the Farrelly Brothers, Quentin Tarantino, Takashi Miike, and Guillermo Del Toro, just to cite a few prominent examples. #Quote by Lou Lumenick
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Michelle Chamuel
#16. Most pop albums I was looking at as examples to point out production elements had a song that made you want to dance. I've been listening to electronic music forever and I just wanted to have something dancey. #Quote by Michelle Chamuel
Maladaptation Examples quotes by David R. Mains
#17. Despite the damaging effects of mounting criticism, we saw some lovely examples of the triumph of the human spirit. Al's greatest trouble was accustoming his people to the concept that each had been given at least one gift of the Holy Spirit to be used for ministry in the community. It seemed to be foreign to them. For those who actually experimented with expressing what was locked inside there was delight and fulfillment. #Quote by David R. Mains
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Hermann Hesse
#18. everything actually was all-meaningful, that every symbol and combination of symbols led not hither and yon, not to single examples, experiments, and proofs, but into the center, the mystery and innermost heart of the world, into primal knowledge. Every transition from major to minor in a sonata, every transformation of a myth or a religious cult, every classical or artistic formulation was, I realized in that flashing moment, if seen with a truly meditative mind, nothing but a direct route into the interior of the cosmic mystery, where in the alternation between inhaling and exhaling, between heaven and earth, between Yin and Yang, holiness is forever being created. #Quote by Hermann Hesse
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Bryce Dallas Howard
#19. There's a lot of wisdom that my dad and my grandparents and my uncle have been able to impart on me, and what I've treasured the most is I've seen examples in my life of people embracing their creativity, not feeling insecure about their artistic inclinations. #Quote by Bryce Dallas Howard
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Paul F. Dell
#20. When treating their first few DID cases, therapists typically focus too much attention on the alters. This focus tends to distract from what is fundamental–the patients' pervasive dissociative/posttraumatic distress and maladaptation. Has something similar occurred in psychiatry's view of DID? Have the compelling phenomena of alters distracted us from the matrix of dissociative and posttraumatic symptoms in which alters are embedded?
- Dell, P. F. (2001). Why the Diagnostic Criteria for Dissociative Identity Disorder Should Be Changed, Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 2 (1). #Quote by Paul F. Dell
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Marina Warner
#21. There's a whole slew of wonderful speculation of flying in a fanciful way. Gulliver is one of the central examples; Swift has the hum of Arabian Nights in his ear with Gulliver's Travels. The difference is in scale - Gulliver as a kind of Sinbad kind of figure, the way he is picked up and carried. Just to finish up with Scheherazade, I do think that The Arabian Nights could be considered as a great book on women's position in the world. #Quote by Marina Warner
Maladaptation Examples quotes by James S. Coleman
#22. There are many examples in high schools which show something about the effects such competition might have. #Quote by James S. Coleman
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Jonathan Tropper
#23. Young people with terminal illnesses develop a whimsical, slightly sarcastic sense of humor about it to put everyone else at ease and to serve as shining examples of grace in the face of colossally fucked-up events. #Quote by Jonathan Tropper
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Jim Piddock
#24. The truth is very few of us are related to Napoleon or Cleopatra. Although, those are bad examples as I am actually descended from both of them. #Quote by Jim Piddock
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Arthur C. Clarke
#25. His mind wandered, seeking other examples. People - particularly older ones - still spoke of putting film into a camera, or gas into a car. Even the phrase "cutting a tape" was still sometimes heard in recording studios - though that embraced two generations of obsolete technologies. #Quote by Arthur C. Clarke
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Peter Hartcher
#26. These are but two, telling examples of the sad priorities in Australian affairs. The leaders entrusted to protect the country's place in the world are the same people who have to protect their own positions in power. High policy must compete for time and attention with low politics, as well as domestic policy. The big matters are commonly crowded out by the small. International policy is used for domestic point-scoring. #Quote by Peter Hartcher
Maladaptation Examples quotes by A.S. Byatt
#27. The Historian and the Man of Science alike may be said to traffic with the dead. Cuvier has imparted flesh and motion and appetites to the defunct Megatherium, whilst the living ears of M.M. Michelet and Renan, of Mr. Carlyle and the Brothers Grimm, have heard the bloodless cries of the vanished and given them voices. I myself, with the aid of the imagination, have worked a little in that line, have ventriloquised, have lent my voice to, and mixt my life with, those past voices and lives whose resuscitation in our own lives as warnings, as examples, as the life of the past persisting in us, is the business of every thinking man and woman. #Quote by A.S. Byatt
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Pema Chodron
#28. We could all take heart. These are the wise ones who sit in front of us, to whom we prostrate when we do prostrations. We can prostrate to them as an example of our own wisdom mind of enlightened beings, but perhaps it's also good to prostrate to them as confused, mixed-up people with a lot of neurosis, just like ourselves. They are good examples of people who never gave up on themselves and were not afraid to be themselves, who therefore found their own genuine quality and their own true nature. The point is that our true nature is not some ideal that we have to live up to. It's who we are right now, and that's what we can make friends with and celebrate. #Quote by Pema Chodron
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Thomas Morell
#29. The first great gift we can bestow on others is a good example. #Quote by Thomas Morell
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Muhammad Abduh
#30. Men have no better guidance than examples and facts proved by experience. #Quote by Muhammad Abduh
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Larry  Mitchell
#31. There is so much going on, but there is so much less of any real value happening. I don't think that books or fiction in general is as important to the society or culture at large as it was in years gone by- we are the products of what I believe is a decidedly- and purposefully- less literate culture. To utilize a symbol everyone can understand intuitively, Big Brother WANTS you to be stupid- and He wants you to tune in to Joe Millionaire and Friends, to Wife Swap and Dog The Bounty Hunter, and a million other circuitous destinations where He will provide you with examples of precisely how brainless and inane He wants you to be. Stupid is as stupid does. Stupid citizens aren't a threat to the status quo. #Quote by Larry Mitchell
Maladaptation Examples quotes by Laurence Tribe
#32. One of the most extraordinary examples in recent decades [of unitary visions of constitutional enterprise] is found in a book called "Takings" ... Epstein makes an extremely clever but stunningly reductionist argument that the whole Constitution is really designed to protect private property ... Can a constitution reflecting as diverse an array of visions and aspirations as ours really be reducible to such as sadly single-minded vision as that? #Quote by Laurence Tribe

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