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Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Rochelle Forrester
#1. Some animals can see only in black and white, so everything is a shade of grey, others can see in various colors. If you cease to look at something and it continues to exist, what color does it have? The color one species sees it in, or the color another species sees it in? Clearly it can't be grey and have another color at the same time. The same applies to other sense perceptions, a vibration in the air sounds different to different species, the same odour can smell different to different species. Remove the observer, what sound or smell continues to exist. The way one observer hears the sound or the way the other observer hears it? Does an odour continue to exist the way one observer smells it or the way another smells it? Something cannot be of different colors, smells or sounds at the same time. Clearly the sense perceptions a particular observer has disappear when the observer ceases to be making an observation. #Quote by Rochelle Forrester
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Debasish Mridha
#2. If we fear to open our eyes during the day time, we will complain that life has nothing to offer except darkness. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Jack Kerouac
#3. My philosophy is that you can't explain the world. It's too big and it's too crazy and sometimes it's funny and most of the time it's... strange. #Quote by Jack Kerouac
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Thomas Daniel Nehrer
#4. However, science, by its very nature, forms its own inherent boundaries to man's progress. . . Focused as it is on the world out there, categorizing and measuring, theorizing and concluding all things based on external evidence and proof, science misses the core of life: the consciousness doing the experiencing. #Quote by Thomas Daniel Nehrer
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Helen Keller
#5. If I am happy in spite of my deprivations, if my happiness is so deep that it is a faith, so thoughtful that it becomes a philosophy of life. If, in short, I am an optimist, my testimony to the creed of optimism is worth hearing. #Quote by Helen Keller
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Alfred North Whitehead
#6. Every philosophy is tinged with the coloring of some secret imaginative background, which never emerges explicitly into its train of reasoning. #Quote by Alfred North Whitehead
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Drats
#7. Will Human Nature destroy Nature and Humans? #Quote by Drats
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Anthony T. Hincks
#8. We have a herd of cows.
A school of fish.
A pride of lions.
A gaggle of geese.
But, what do we call a group of raindrops? #Quote by Anthony T. Hincks
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Inazo Nitobe
#9. Chivalry is itself the poetry of life. - SCHLEGEL, Philosophy of History. #Quote by Inazo Nitobe
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Swami Vivekananda
#10. The one theme of the Vedanta philosophy is the search after unity. The Hindu mind does not care for the particular; it is always after the general, nay, the universal. "what is it that by knowing which everything else is to be known." That is the one search. #Quote by Swami Vivekananda
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Gottfried Leibniz
#11. I don't say that bodies like flint, which are commonly called inanimate, have perceptions and appetition; rather they have something of that sort in them, as worms are in cheese. #Quote by Gottfried Leibniz
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#12. The day you forget about the poors, you become the poorest of the poor! #Quote by Mehmet Murat Ildan
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Kingsley Amis
#13. No pleasure is worth giving up for the sake of two more years in a geriatric home in Weston-super-Mare #Quote by Kingsley Amis
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Debasish Mridha
#14. The more you appreciate the things of beauty all around you, the more beautiful things will fill your life. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Will Durant
#15. We are tossed about by external causes in many ways, and like waves driven by contrary winds, we waver and are unconscious of the issue and our fate.' We think we are most ourselves when we are most passionate, whereas it is then we are most passive, caught in some ancestral torrent of impulse or feeling, and swept on to a precipitate reaction which meets only part of the situation because without thought only part of a situation can be perceived. #Quote by Will Durant
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Maurice Merleau-Ponty
#16. Perhaps "reality" does not belong definitively to any particular perception, that in this sense it lies always further on; but this does not authorize me to break or to ignore the bond that joins them one after the
other to the real, a bond that cannot be broken with the one without first having been established with the following...Each perception is mutable and only probable - it is, if one likes, only an opinion; but what
is not opinion, what each perception, even if false, verifies, is the belongingness of each experience to the same world, their equal power to manifest it, as possibilities of the same world...And this is why the very fragility of a perception, attested by its breakup and by the substitution of another perception, far from authorizing us to efface the index of "reality" from them all, obliges us to concede it to all of them, to recognize all of them to be variants of the same world, and finally to consider them not as all false but as "all true," not as repeated failures in the determination of the world but as progressive approximations...It is the prepossession of a
totality which is there before one knows how and why, whose realizations are never what we would have imagined them to be, and which nonetheless fulfills a secret expectation within us, since we believe in it tirelessly. #Quote by Maurice Merleau-Ponty
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by L.R.W. Lee
#17. One may not be able to trade in gratitude as a currency, but gratitude is the currency of true wealth. - L. R. W. Lee #Quote by L.R.W. Lee
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by W.G. Pogson Smith
#18. Nature indeed plants the seeds of religion--fear and ignorance; kingcraft and priestcraft water and tend it. #Quote by W.G. Pogson Smith
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Debasish Mridha
#19. Dreams, hopes, imagination, and enthusiasm are the driving forces of life. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Christopher Hitchens
#20. Philosophy begins where religion ends, just as by analogy chemistry begins where alchemy runs out, and astronomy takes the place of astrology. #Quote by Christopher Hitchens
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Dmitry Dyatlov
#21. how can life be dear when there is so damn much of it #Quote by Dmitry Dyatlov
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Doris Lessing
#22. The point is, that the function of the novel seems to be changing; it has become an outpost of journalism; we read novels for information about areas of life we don't know - Nigeria, South Africa, the American army, a coal-mining village, coteries in Chelsea, etc. We read to find out what is going on. One novel in five hundred or a thousand has the quality a novel should have to make it a novel - the quality of philosophy. #Quote by Doris Lessing
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Kowtham Kumar K
#23. I often come across this question. "Which is the best camera in the world?". I would always say, "Well. You already own two of it, since your birth. #Quote by Kowtham Kumar K
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Aaron B. Powell
#24. God does not make war? God makes us, and we make war. God makes war. #Quote by Aaron B. Powell
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Philip Sidney
#25. 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
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Mary Renault
#26. What is democracy? It is what it says, the rule of the people. It is as good as the people are, or as bad. #Quote by Mary Renault
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by K.R. Royal
#27. Mankind has two immense problems, they forget to use logic and begin at the root of each trouble. #Quote by K.R. Royal
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Arthur Schopenhauer
#28. A man becomes a philosopher by reason of a certain perplexity, from which he seeks to free himself. #Quote by Arthur Schopenhauer
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Jasper Fforde
#29. The Real-World was a sprawling mess of a book in need of a good editor. #Quote by Jasper Fforde
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
#30. God sends his Son – here lies the only remedy. It is not enough to give man a new philosophy or better religion. A Man comes to men. Every man bears an image. His body and his life become visible. A man is not a bare word, a thought or a will. He is above all and always a man, a form, an image, a brother. And thus he does not create around him just a new way of thought, will and action but he gives us the new image, the new form. Now in Jesus Christ this is just what has happened. The image of God has entered our midst, in the form of our fallen life, in the likeness of sinful flesh. In the teaching and acts of Christ, in his life and death, the image of God is revealed. In him the divine image has been re-created here on earth. The Incarnation, the words and acts of Jesus, his death on the cross, all are indispensable parts of that image. But it is not the same image as Adam bore in the primal glory of paradise. Rather, it is the image of one who enters a world of sin and death, who takes upon himself all the sorrows of humanity, who meekly bears God's wrath and judgment against sinners, and obeys his will with unswerving devotion in suffering and death, the Man born to poverty, the friend of publicans and sinners, the Man of sorrows, rejected of man and forsaken of God. Here is God made man, here is man in the new image of God. #Quote by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Jon Krakauer
#31. He immersed himself in anthropology, history, philosophy, and linguistics, accumulating hundreds of credit hours without collecting a degree. He saw no reason to. The pursuit of knowledge, he maintained, was a worthy objective in its own right and needed no external validation. #Quote by Jon Krakauer
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Howard Margolis
#32. Aristotle and Bacon can therefore be seen respectively as the grandfather and the father of the modern branch of the philosophy of science called "confirmation theory," that is, the study of how scientific hypotheses and theories are confirmed by evidence. Evidence clearly has a very significant bearing on the decisions of scientific communities to accept or reject certain theories, but spelling out the precise nature of that relationship is difficult #Quote by Howard Margolis
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Marquis De Sade
#33. Only two things are required to accredit
an alleged miracle: a mountebank and a crowd of spineless lookers-on. #Quote by Marquis De Sade
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Philip Schaff
#34. Christianity is not only the revelation of truth, but also the fountain of holiness under the unceasing inspiration of the spotless example of its Founder, which is more powerful than all the systems of moral philosophy. It attests its divine origin as much by its moral workings as by its pure doctrines. By its own inherent energy, without noise and commotion, without the favor of circumstance - nay, in spite of all possible obstacles, it has gradually wrought the greatest moral reformation, we should rather say, regeneration of society which history has ever seen while its purifying, ennobling, and cheering effects upon the private life of countless individuals are beyond the reach of the historian, though recorded in God's book of life to be opened on the day of judgment. To appreciate this work, we must first review the moral condition of heathenism in its mightiest embodiment in history. #Quote by Philip Schaff
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Rachel Hartman
#35. I reject ‛poor' as the artificial creation of humans. Hunger exists, though, and a hungry creature is entitled to eat. #Quote by Rachel Hartman
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Richard Grossinger
#36. What is passing for religion in most of the Earth now is its opposite: xenophobia and road rage. #Quote by Richard Grossinger
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Chris Prentiss
#37. In 1935, when there were no other programs, the founders of AA, Bill Wilson and Dr. Robert Smith, stepped up to the plate and took action to help a crippled population. All credit for the establishment of their wonderful, life-saving group goes to them and to those who came after them who have continued the tradition. However, there are not among the estimated two or three million who attend twelve-step meetings. #Quote by Chris Prentiss
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Debasish Mridha
#38. Surprise yourself everyday with the power of your love. Love endlessly and care profoundly to feel the joy of life deeply. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Victor Hugo
#39. There is, we are aware, a philosophy that denies the infinite. There is also a philosophy, classified as pathologic, that denies the sun; this philosophy is called blindness. To set up a theory that lacks a source of truth is an excellent example of blind assurance. And the odd part of it is the haughty air of superiority and compassion assumed toward the philosophy that sees God, by this philosophy that has to grope its way. It makes one think of a mole exclaiming, "How I pity them with their sun!" There are, we know, illustrious and powerful atheists; with them, the matter is nothing but a question of definitions, and at all events, even if they do not believe in God, they prove God, because they are great minds. We hail, in them, the philosophers, while, at the same time, inexorably disputing their philosophy. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Philosophy Of Perception quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero
#40. Philosophy is the true mother of science. #Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero

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