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Poderoso Deus quotes by Robert McKee
#1. Deus ex machina not only erases all meaning and emotion, it's an insult to the audience. Each of us knows we must choose and act, for better or worse, to determine the meaning of our lives ... Deus ex machina is an insult because it is a lie. #Quote by Robert McKee
Poderoso Deus quotes by Thomas McCormack
#2. Readers tend to tolerate such "accidents" ... when they get the characters into trouble but they're less accepting when the author uses them to rescue people. The "deus ex machina" ... in one stroke it renders meaningless all the efforts of the cast. #Quote by Thomas McCormack
Poderoso Deus quotes by Chris Dee
#3. I am not a fan of the magical quick fix in any fiction, including fantasy, scifi and comic books. Unless Dr. Who is involved, and then only because we get to use the phrase 'Timey-wimey wibbliness' which, I'm sure you'll agree, there are not enough occasions to drop into ordinary adult conversation. #Quote by Chris Dee
Poderoso Deus quotes by Philip Roth
#4. This is the plot up to the moment when the writer leaves the woman still dolefully enmeshed in it, and, suitcase in hand, tiptoeing so as not to disturb her postcoital rest, he himself slips silently out of the plot on the grounds of its general implausibility, a total lack of gravity, reliance at too many key points on unlikely coincidence, an absence of inner coherence, and not even the most tenuous evidence of anything resembling a serious meaning or purpose. The story so far is frivolously plotted, overplotted, for his taste altogether too freakishly plotted, with outlandish events so wildly careening around every corner that there is nowhere for intelligence to establish a foothold and develop a perspective. As if the look-alike at the story's storm center isn't farfetched enough, there is the capricious loss of the Smilesburger check (there is the fortuitous appearance of the Smilesburger check; there is Louis B. Smilesburger himself, Borscht Belt deus ex machina), which sets the action on its unconvincing course and serves to reinforce the writer's sense that the story has been intentionally conceived as a prank, and a nasty prank at that, considering the struggles of Jewish existence that are said to be at issue by his antagonist. #Quote by Philip Roth
Poderoso Deus quotes by R.C. Sproul
#5. Christ is "truly God and truly man" (Vera Deus, vera homo). #Quote by R.C. Sproul
Poderoso Deus quotes by Yuval Noah Harari
#6. This is the paradox of historical knowledge. Knowledge that does not change behaviour is useless. But knowledge that changes behaviour loses its relevance. The more data we have and the better we understand history, the faster history alters its course, and the faster our knowledge becomes outdated. #Quote by Yuval Noah Harari
Poderoso Deus quotes by A.J. Deus
#7. Before anyone could be delivered, everybody betrayed everybody. The Jews no longer knew which current to swim, and brother turned against brother. It seems that Josephus was quick in putting all the blame on the Zealots, himself having deserted the mission. He was a turncoat, and nothing he said can be taken at face value without carefully reading between the lines. Josephus did not recognize that the same guys he cursed in failure would have been his heroes in success. But then, the failure might have come about through those who abandoned the mission - those like himself. It is the age-old question: has the freedom fighter turned terrorist, or has the terrorist turned freedom fighter? #Quote by A.J. Deus
Poderoso Deus quotes by Josh Kilmer-Purcell
#8. No matter how beneficial a disappearing act might be for me, I could never tear myself away from a show in progress. Even when the plot's tragic ending is apparent to the entire audience. Perhaps there's a deus ex machina that will lower from the ceiling and turn the whole debacle into a romantic comedy. never can tell. Paid the full ticket price, might as well stay. #Quote by Josh Kilmer-Purcell
Poderoso Deus quotes by Ludwig Feuerbach
#9. The first and highest law must be the love of man to man. Homo homini Deus est - this is the supreme practical maxim, this is the turning point of the world's History. #Quote by Ludwig Feuerbach
Poderoso Deus quotes by Plautus
#10. There is indeed a God that hears and sees whate'er we do.
[Lat., Est profecto deus, qui, quae nos gerimus, auditque et videt.] #Quote by Plautus
Poderoso Deus quotes by Bruce Watson
#11. We have entered the Age of Light. The ages of steam and coal are long gone. With oil clinging to power, light is emerging as our deus ex machine. Light goes where nothing else can, gets there faster than anything else could, and brings back the images. If there are limits to light, other than its cosmic speed limit, we have not tested them. If there is a final answer to the question "What is light?" we have not found it. #Quote by Bruce Watson
Poderoso Deus quotes by A.J. Deus
#12. Mass delusions bear consequences.
They lead to mass graves. #Quote by A.J. Deus
Poderoso Deus quotes by Salman Rushdie
#13. Dixitque Deus: fiat lux. Et facta est lux. Translated by himself into his personal Bombay "Wulgate": And God said, Cheap Italian motor car, beauty soap of the film star. And there was Lux. Please, Daddy, why did God want a small Fiat and a bar of soap, and also please, why did he get the soap only? Why couldn't he make the car? And why not a better car, Daddy? He could've asked for a Jesus Chrysler, no? #Quote by Salman Rushdie
Poderoso Deus quotes by Haruki Murakami
#14. But think about it -what if there were a deus ex machina in real life? Everything would be so easy! If you felt stuck or trapped, some god would swing down from up there and solve all your problems. What could be easier than that? #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Poderoso Deus quotes by Warren Spector
#15. I remember having some problems with [the Deus Ex theme] when I first heard it and I was trying to figure out how to tell [Alex Brandon] I wanted changes. But then I noticed that I couldn't get it out of my mind. I was whistling or humming it to myself all the time. So I just kept my mouth shut and let it be. I think it's a highly addictive tune #Quote by Warren Spector
Poderoso Deus quotes by Nicholas Of Cusa
#16. Unde erit machina mundi quasi habens undique centrum et nullibi circumferentiam, quoniam eius circumferentia et centrum est Deus, qui est undique et nullibi.
The machine of the world will have its centre everywhere, so to speak, and its circumference nowhere, because its circumference and its centre are God, who is everywhere and nowhere. #Quote by Nicholas Of Cusa
Poderoso Deus quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#17. Virtue is under certain circumstances merely an honorable form of stupidity: who could be ill-disposed toward it on that account? And this kind of virtue has not been outlived even today. A kind of sturdy peasant simplicity, which, however, is possible in all classes and can be encountered only with respect and a smile, believes even today that everything is in good hands, namely in the "hands of God"; and when it maintains this proportion with the same modest certainty as it would that two and two make four, we others certainly refrain from contradicting. Why disturb THIS pure foolishness? Why darken it with our worries about man, people, goal, future? And even if we wanted to do it, we could not. They project their own honorable stupidity and goodness into the heart of things (the old God, deus myops, still lives among them!); we others - we read something else into the heart of things: our own enigmatic nature, our contradictions, our deeper, more painful, more mistrustful wisdom. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Poderoso Deus quotes by Erik Pevernagie
#18. At a certain point, we have to stop 'play time,' start 'construction time' and get things going, instead of getting mired down in the quicksand of wishful thinking, clutching desperately to imaginary 'dei ex machina.' (" Swim or sink") #Quote by Erik Pevernagie
Poderoso Deus quotes by A.J. Deus
#19. One small decision can change the world. #Quote by A.J. Deus
Poderoso Deus quotes by Cassandra Clare
#20. Let me put it this way, my father believed in a righteous God. Deus volt, that was his motto- 'because God wills it.' It was the Crusaders' motto, and they went into battle and were slaughtered just like my father. And when I saw him lying dead in a pool of his own blood, I knew then that I hadn't stopped believing in God. I'd just stopped believing God cared. There might be a God, Clary, and there might not, but I don't think it matters. Either way we're on our own. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Poderoso Deus quotes by Ovid
#21. There is a God within us and intercourse with heaven.
[Lat., Est deus in nobis; et sunt commercia coeli.] #Quote by Ovid
Poderoso Deus quotes by R.D. Laing
#22. The fountain has not played itself out, the Flame still shines, the River still flows, the Spring still bubbles forth, the Light has not faded. But between us and It, there is a veil which is more like fifty feet of solid concrete. Deus absconditus. Or we have absconded. #Quote by R.D. Laing
Poderoso Deus quotes by A.J. Deus
#23. The custom to put others in the line of fire is a recurring theme in Judaism. It boils down to the Levite Korahites' willingness to sacrifice their ordinary Jewish subjects in order to ensure their own survival. This should be a historic warning to modern-day Israelites: their orthodox government would not hesitate to risk the lives of the many for the sake of the survival of the few in the orthodox elite. The citizens of Israel will have to think about how to remove the systemic threat that comes from within their own ranks. #Quote by A.J. Deus
Poderoso Deus quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#24. Amicus scientia est amicus Deus: Friend of science is the friend of God! #Quote by Mehmet Murat Ildan
Poderoso Deus quotes by XxSkemoxx183
#25. You're a monster. You'll go to hell."
"Of course I will. Someone needs to take the throne. #Quote by XxSkemoxx183
Poderoso Deus quotes by Katharine Ashe
#26. You smell good to me," he said, his voice deeper than before, like a warm autumn night, the vowels especially round. Not French. Italian? Spanish? He must have come with one of the other guests-one of the other guests who had wretched judgment when hiring stable hands. "I-" "And, por Deus," he said upon a catch in his throat, his eyes hard upon her mouth, "you are lovely." The rutting urge must have overcome him. The only male creature that had ever considered her lovely was Beast, and that was because she sometimes smelled like bacon. She must distract him. "I can help with that bruise on your brow," she said, struggling against panic. "Can you?" He seemed bemused. Jars to the head could scramble the brain. "It's starting to swell. It will leave a painful wound that could fester. Let me up and I'll ask the housekeeper for-" His mouth came down on hers without further warning. Not hard or violently or forcefully. But fully, with complete contact.

-Vitor & Ravenna #Quote by Katharine Ashe
Poderoso Deus quotes by Julian Barnes
#27. If novelists truly wanted to simulate the delta of lfe's possibilities, this is what they'd do. At the back of the book would be a set of sealed envelopes in various colours. Each would be clearly marked on the outside: Traditional Happy Ending; Traditional Unhappy Ending; Traditional Half-and-Half Ending; Deus ex Machina; Modernist Arbitrary Ending; End of the World Ending; Cliffhanger Ending; Dream Ending; Opaque Ending; Surrealist Ending; and so on. You would be allowed only one, and would have to destroy the envelopes you didn't select. #Quote by Julian Barnes
Poderoso Deus quotes by Gautama Buddha
#28. Through countless births in the cycle of existence
I have run, not finding
although seeking the builder of this house;
and again and again I faced the suffering of new birth.
Oh housebuilder! Now you are seen.
You shall not build a house again for me.
All your beams are broken,
the ridgepole is shattered.
The mind has become freed from conditioning:
the end of craving has been reached. #Quote by Gautama Buddha
Poderoso Deus quotes by Warren Spector
#29. I remember on Deus Ex there was one programmer - Alex Durand, a guy who still works for us - he decided he was going to get through the game without ever using a weapon. I would never think to do that. And that's fine. #Quote by Warren Spector
Poderoso Deus quotes by Josh Fox
#30. It's the next phase of authorship of this country's energy future. It's gonna come from the people. It's not gonna be deus ex machina or Obama ex machina, or science ex machina. It's gonna be the people. It's not going to be a wind energy company that comes in and saves the day. It's going to be the people who figure this out. #Quote by Josh Fox
Poderoso Deus quotes by Danielle Steel
#31. Though she were another person, a deus ex machina #Quote by Danielle Steel
Poderoso Deus quotes by Carl Schmitt
#32. The most brazen humiliation ever inflicted upon God and mankind, justifying all the curses of the synagogue, is to be found in the 'sive' of the formula Deus sive Natura. #Quote by Carl Schmitt
Poderoso Deus quotes by Albert Camus
#33. That is the answer to the question which is always being asked: why has
the revolutionary movement identified itself with materialism rather than with idealism? Because to
conquer God, to make Him a slave, amounts to abolishing the transcendence that kept the former masters
in power and to preparing, with the ascendancy of the new tyrants, the advent of the man-king. When
poverty is abolished, when the contradictions of history are resolved, "the real god, the human god, will
be the State." Then homo homini lupus becomes homo homini deus. This concept is at the root of the
contemporary world. #Quote by Albert Camus
Poderoso Deus quotes by Howard Mittelmark
#34. This particular blunder is known as deus ex machina, which is French for Are you fucking kidding me? #Quote by Howard Mittelmark
Poderoso Deus quotes by David Dickinson
#35. By now the two men were tied securely to their chairs. Powerscourt found he could just about move his arms. If there was a deus out there somewhere, he said to himself, he wished he would hurry up and get out of his machina. #Quote by David Dickinson
Poderoso Deus quotes by Mike Mehalek
#36. Introduction of deus ex machina is a tell-tale sign of sloppy plotting. #Quote by Mike Mehalek
Poderoso Deus quotes by John Irving
#37. It was a deus-ex-machina world! #Quote by John Irving
Poderoso Deus quotes by Horace
#38. Nor let a god come in, unless the difficulty be worthy of such an intervention.
[Lat., Nec deus intersit nisi dignus vindice nodus.] #Quote by Horace
Poderoso Deus quotes by Thomas Merton
#40. What is "grace"? It is God's own life, shared by us. God's life is love. Deus caritas est. By grace we are able to share in the infinitely selfless love of Him Who is such pure actuality that He needs nothing and therefore cannot conceivably exploit anything for selfish ends. Indeed, outside of Him there is nothing, and whatever exists exists by His free gift of its being, so that one of the notions that is absolutely contradictory to the perfection of God is selfishness. #Quote by Thomas Merton
Poderoso Deus quotes by Charles Stross
#41. Personally, I avoid deus ex machina like the plague - if you have to use one, it means you failed to set up the universe and the plot properly. It's like a whodunnit where there's no actual way for the reader to identify the perpetrator before the climactic reveal: there's no sense of closure for the reader. #Quote by Charles Stross

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