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Stuart quotes by Janet Erskine Stuart
#1. Love gives a sense of rest. #Quote by Janet Erskine Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Wilde
#2. Remember that you are a teacher, you are helping people, making them feel safer, taking them from fear to love, from ignorance to knowledge. #Quote by Stuart Wilde
Stuart quotes by Stuart Chase
#3. Democracy, as has been said of Christianity, has never really been tried. #Quote by Stuart Chase
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#4. Among the works of man, which human life is rightly employed in perfecting, the first in importance surely is man himself. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
#5. The Girl of the Period, sauntering before one down Broadway, is one panorama of awful surprises from top to toe. Her clothes characterize her. She never characterizes her clothes. She is upholstered, not ornamented. She is bundled, not draped. She is puckered, not folded. She struts, she does not sweep. She has not one of the attributes of nature nor of proper art. She neither soothes the eye like a flower, nor pleases it like a picture. She wearies it like a kaleidoscope. She is a meaningless dazzle of broken effects. #Quote by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#6. The general tendency of things throughout the world is to render mediocrity the ascendant power among mankind. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Danny Saunders
#7. In my end lies my beginning" Who said that? Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots (1542-1587). #Quote by Danny Saunders
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#8. Though it is only in a very imperfect state of the world's arrangements that anyone can best serve the happiness of others by the absolute sacrifice of his own, yet, so long as the world is in that imperfect state, I fully acknowledge that the readiness to make such a sacrifice is the highest virtue which can be found in man. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#9. All political revolutions, not affected by foreign conquest, originate in moral revolutions. The subversion of established institutions is merely one consequence of the previous subversion of established opinions. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#10. If I am ever in the position where I wish to seduce someone I will simply assure her it's better than rats. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Briscoe
#11. Faith is only as valid as its object. You could have tremendous faith in very thin ice and drown ... You could have very little faith in very thick ice and be perfectly secure. #Quote by Stuart Briscoe
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#12. A man who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#13. There are many truths of which the full meaning cannot be realized until personal experience has brought it home. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John George Nicolay
#14. Lincoln's removal from New Salem to Springfield and his entrance into a law partnership with Major John T. Stuart begin a distinctively new period in his career. #Quote by John George Nicolay
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#15. Popular opinions, on subjects not palpable to sense, are often true, but seldom or never the whole truth. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Sarah Payne Stuart
#16. You're only as happy as your least happy child,' is the best description of motherhood I have ever read. #Quote by Sarah Payne Stuart
Stuart quotes by Savannah Stuart
#17. What are you looking for?"
The look he gave her pinned her to the spot. "You. #Quote by Savannah Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#18. Every established fact which is too bad to admit of any other defence is always presented to us as an injunction of religion. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart D.B. Picken
#19. Purification in Shinto lifts the burden from the shoulders of the individual and washes it away. #Quote by Stuart D.B. Picken
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#20. He who knows only his own side of the case knows little of that. His reasons may be good, and no one may have been able to refute them. But if he is equally unable to refute the reasons on the opposite side, if he does not so much as know what they are, he has no ground for preferring either opinion ... Nor is it enough that he should hear the opinions of adversaries from his own teachers, presented as they state them, and accompanied by what they offer as refutations. He must be able to hear them from persons who actually believe them ... he must know them in their most plausible and persuasive form. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Rose
#21. I've been an employee all my life. Would I wish, if I could rewind it, to have gone down a different route? Possibly, but I've had a great time. Anyway I'm not ruling it out; I could still buy a business. #Quote by Stuart Rose
Stuart quotes by Stuart Rose
#22. If you are not online, people look at you askance. I think in three to four years' time people will look equally askance at you if you haven't got the ability for consumers to buy what they want, where they want and how they want. #Quote by Stuart Rose
Stuart quotes by Stuart Pearce
#23. I am nothing without the players. #Quote by Stuart Pearce
Stuart quotes by Stuart Kauffman
#24. Deep in the chaotic regime, slight changes in structure almost always cause vast changes in behavior. Complex controllable behavior seems precluded. #Quote by Stuart Kauffman
Stuart quotes by Stuart Firestein
#25. George Bernard Shaw, in a toast at a dinner feting Albert Einstein, proclaimed, "Science is always wrong. It never solves a problem without creating 10 more." Isn't that glorious? Science (and I think this applies to all kinds of research and scholarship) produces ignorance, possibly at a faster rate than it produces knowledge. Science, then, is not like the onion in the often used analogy of stripping away layer after layer to get at some core, central, fundamental truth. Rather it's like the magic well: no matter how #Quote by Stuart Firestein
Stuart quotes by Louis Sachar
#26. I remember my fourth grade teacher reading 'Charlotte's Web' and 'Stuart Little' to us - both, of course, by E. B. White. His stories were genuinely funny, thought provoking and full of irony and charm. He didn't condescend to his readers, which was why I liked his books, and why I wasn't a big reader of other children's' books. #Quote by Louis Sachar
Stuart quotes by Jody Hedlund
#27. What are you going to do?" Stuart kept pace with her. "I don't know." He grinned. "Sounds like my kind of plan." "You should know my motto is to act first, think later." "I think I'm beginning to catch on to that. #Quote by Jody Hedlund
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#28. Every one knows how absurd it would be to infer from what a man is or does when in a private station, that he will be and do exactly the like when a despot on a throne; where the bad parts of his human nature, instead of being restrained and kept in subordination by every circumstance of his life and by every person surrounding him, are courted by all persons, and ministered to by all circumstances. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Hall
#29. Popular culture is one of the sites where this struggle for and against a culture of the powerful is engaged: it is the stake to be won or lost in that struggle. It is the arena of consent and resistance. It is partly where hegemony arises, and where it is secured. It is not a sphere where socialism, a socialist culture -- already fully formed -- might be simply "expressed". But it is one of the places where socialism might be constituted. That is why "popular culture" matters. Otherwise, to tell you the truth, I don't give a damn about it. #Quote by Stuart Hall
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#30. In its narrowest acceptation, order means obedience. A government is said to preserve order if it succeeds in getting itself obeyed. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Scott
#31. I practice a lot. I practice in the winter when it's cold in Connecticut - a lot. I practice in my bedroom on the carpet - a lot. For all the practice I do, I should be a better golfer than I am. #Quote by Stuart Scott
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#32. I would have to ask her, just to make certain I'd done everything I could. But I'd warn her. I have no money, no prospects, an exceedingly ugly face, and my dearest friend is the King of Hell."
"You think that would stop her?"
"I have no idea. Would it, Lydia?"
"Nothing would stop her, if she loved you. And she does, Charles. She loves your pretty face and you scarred face. She loves your past and your present and she most especially loves your future. Just ask."
"Marry me, Lydia. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Wilde
#33. The person who said money is the root of all evil just flat out didn't have any. #Quote by Stuart Wilde
Stuart quotes by Stuart McMillan
#34. You have to have an objective, a goal, some thought process, some strategy in your mind for whatever you do. Otherwise it's a waste of time. #Quote by Stuart McMillan
Stuart quotes by Stuart Chase
#35. Attitude is your acceptance of the natural laws, or your rejection of the natural laws. #Quote by Stuart Chase
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#36. He tightened his grip on her hand and pulled her toward him in the darkness. He knew exactly how she'd respond, her other hand coming up to push him away, her hand touching the bare, hot skin of his chest so that she drew back in surprise, long enough for him to wrap her tightly against his chest, trapping her hand between them. He knew she'd try to jerk her head away when he slid his hand into her hair and tilted her face back for his kiss. And he knew she'd open her mouth for him.
What he hadn't guessed was what it would feel like. [ ... ]
He hadn't known a mouth could feel like that. That a woman, an argumentative, reluctant woman could feel so hot in his arms, so incredibly right that his monumental self control could start to slip. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by Martha Finley
#37. Verily I say unto you," Stuart said, looking Cyril straight in the eye and folding his arms, "that if you do not mind your sister Millie, you will be smitten both hip and thigh #Quote by Martha Finley
Stuart quotes by Jesse Stuart
#38. I am a farmer singing at the plow #Quote by Jesse Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Rojstaczer
#39. There is a well-known joke - at least well known in mathematics - about how mathematicians work. A mathematician and a Starbucks barista are each placed in front of a stove with a kettle and a nearby faucet and told to make boiling water. Both do the same thing. They fill the kettle with water from the faucet, light the stove with a match, and place the water-filled kettle on the stove. Mission accomplished. The mathematician and the Starbucks barista are next placed in front of a stove with a kettle that they are told is filled with clean water and told to make boiling water yet again. The barista lifts the kettle off the stove for a moment, lights the stove, and puts the kettle back on. The mathematician lifts the kettle off the stove, pours out the water into a sink, puts the newly emptied kettle back on the stove and says, "The problem has been reduced to the previously solved case. Q.E.D. #Quote by Stuart Rojstaczer
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#40. All honor to those who can abnegate for themselves the personal enjoyment of life, when by such renunciation they contribute worthily to increase the amount of happiness in the world; but he who does it, or professes to do it, for any other purpose, is no more deserving of admiration than the ascetic mounted on his pillar. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Gloria Stuart
#41. I have a private press. I'm a book artist. I publish books of other authors and artists. I do the illustrating. I set the type. I print it myself on my press. I do everything but bind it. #Quote by Gloria Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#42. All attempts by the State to bias the conclusions of its citizens on disputed subjects, are evil. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Michelle Stuart
#43. I have lots of objects. Every object has a story, which makes me think I should write a story about every object. #Quote by Michelle Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Rose
#44. When my mother died, my father was in a crisis, my sister was in a crisis, everyone was in a crisis. I went round the night my mother was lying in the kitchen, and I organised everything, from the undertaker to the funeral ... I looked after everybody, I sorted it all out and I've done so ever since. #Quote by Stuart Rose
Stuart quotes by Stuart Chase
#45. For those who believe, no proof is necessary. For those who don't believe, no proof is possible. #Quote by Stuart Chase
Stuart quotes by Stuart Wilde
#46. It's not just the emotional, intellectual, and physical gaps between you and money. The real gap is always between what you think you want and what you actually want, deep down. #Quote by Stuart Wilde
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#47. Such is the facility with which mankind believe at one and the same time things inconsistent with one another, and so few are those who draw from what they receive as truths, any consequences but those recommended to them by their feelings, that multitudes have held the undoubting belief in an Omnipotent Author of Hell, and have nevertheless identified that being with the one best conception they were able to form of perfect goodness. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Scott
#48. I'm blind in my left eye. Contrary to what people say, it is not a glass eye, so I have to protect my eyes at all cost. #Quote by Stuart Scott
Stuart quotes by Stuart Wilde
#49. Now think about the Universal Law. It reflects to you exactly and precisely what you put out. If your thought-forms say, "I haven't got a clue about what I want," the Universal Law is going to say, "Listen, mate, if you haven't got a clue, neither have I. #Quote by Stuart Wilde
Stuart quotes by Stuart Woods
#50. What's the matter, don't you like surprises?"
"I like them if they're pleasant ones, and when they happen suddenly," Holly said. "But not when I have to ponder them for an hour and forty-five minutes. #Quote by Stuart Woods
Stuart quotes by Stuart Wilde
#51. The Ascension is actually the birth of the Inner You expressed as the spiritual individualism of the inner particle state. #Quote by Stuart Wilde
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#52. What is really inspiriting and ennobling in the doctrine of freewill, is the conviction that we have real power over the formation of our own character; that our will, by influencing some of our circumstances, can modify our future habits or capabilities of willing. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Scott
#53. It feels good to be winded, having trouble breathing, chest hurts [during a workout] ... I'm alive. #Quote by Stuart Scott
Stuart quotes by Elizabeth Stuart
#54. Autumn in the Highlands would be brief - a glorious riot of color blazing red across the moors and gleaming every shade of gold in the forests of sheltered glens. Those achingly beautiful images would be painted again and again across the hills and in the shivering waters of the mountain tarns until the harsh winds of winter sent the last quaking leaf to its death on the frozen ground. #Quote by Elizabeth Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#55. There are nations in whom the passion for governing others is so much stronger than the desire of personal independence, that for the mere shadow of the one they are found ready to sacrifice the whole of the other. Each one of their number is willing, like the private soldier in an army, to abdicate his personal freedom of action into the hands of his general, provided the army is triumphant and victorious, and he is able to flatter himself that he is one of a conquering host, though the notion that he has himself any share in the domination exercised over the conquered is an illusion. A government strictly limited in its powers and attributions, required to hold its hands from overmeddling, and to let most things go on without its assuming the part of guardian or director, is not to the taste of such a people. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Murray
#56. People will happily pat a man on the back if he's lucky enough to make it, but resent any suggestion they should help him get there.

Michael Robotham, Life or Death #Quote by Stuart Murray
Stuart quotes by Stuart J. Russell
#57. The robot is not going to want to be switched off because you've given it a goal to achieve and being switched off is a way of failing - so it will do its best not to be switched off. That's a story that isn't made clear in most movies but it I think is a real issue. #Quote by Stuart J. Russell
Stuart quotes by Lauren Willig
#58. My official field was Tudor-Stuart England; I also considered myself reasonably competent when it came to Renaissance and Reformation Europe. #Quote by Lauren Willig
Stuart quotes by Amor Towles
#59. Stuart Davises he #Quote by Amor Towles
Stuart quotes by Stuart M. Goldman
#60. The majority of people living with chronic pain have the symptoms attributed to conditions that are not fully understood, including Spinal Stenosis, Fibromyalgia, Diabetic Neuropathy, Arthritis, and Restless Leg Syndrome. These diagnoses provide a label allowing the patient to be classified and guiding physicians to treat, but often do not reflect the true cause of symptoms. Using approaches presented in Walking Well Again, both patients and clinicians are guided to recognizing and treating the hidden causes of pain, which often results in relief in just one or two days. #Quote by Stuart M. Goldman
Stuart quotes by Stuart McLean
#61. We do this thing. We open our hearts to the world around us. And the more we do that, the more we allow ourselves to love, the more we are bound to find ourselves one day - like Dave, and Morley, and Sam, and Stephanie - standing in the kitchen of our live, surrounded by the ones we love, and feeling empty, and alone, and sad, and lost for words, because one of our loved ones, who should be there, is missing. Mother or father, brother or sister, wife or husband, or a dog or cat. It doesn't really matter. After a while, each death feels like all the deaths, and you stand there like eveyone else has stood there before you, while the big wind of sadness blows around and through you.
"He was a great dog," said Dave.
"Yes," said Morley. "He was a great dog. #Quote by Stuart McLean
Stuart quotes by Stuart Scott
#62. A lot of rappers say 'I'm talking about stuff that goes on, what I grew up in, that I know about.' And these journalists say, 'Yeah, but you're making 80 million dollars, that stuff's not about you.' Look how long he's been making 80 million. He grew up poor in an urban city and the things he's experienced and knows. #Quote by Stuart Scott
Stuart quotes by Stuart Franklin
#63. I Love photographing. It's that simple. #Quote by Stuart Franklin
Stuart quotes by Stuart Turton
#64. My brother was murdered nineteen years ago tomorrow, Sebastian. I don't know why, but my parents have decided to mark the occasion by reopening the house where it happened and inviting back the very same guests who were here that day. #Quote by Stuart Turton
Stuart quotes by Mary Stuart Masterson
#65. I love film sets, but I don't necessarily love being the center of attention. #Quote by Mary Stuart Masterson
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#66. I have a hundred times heard him say, that all ages and nations have represented their gods as wicked, in a constantly increasing progression; that mankind have gone on adding trait after trait till they reached the most perfect conception of wickedness which the human mind could devise, and have called this God, and prostrated themselves before it. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#67. All praise of Civilization, or Art, or Contrivance, is so much dispraise of Nature ; an admission of imperfection, which it is man's business, and merit, to be always endeavouring to correct or mitigate. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Ross McCallum
#68. Being open about epilepsy assists in de-stigmatising the condition which should never be a source of shame. #Quote by Stuart Ross McCallum
Stuart quotes by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
#69. Superior music is purity itself; it clears the air. #Quote by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
Stuart quotes by Janet Erskine Stuart
#70. This world is not the sum total of God's resources
on the contrary, it is only the 'dream,' the probation, the prelude of the true world, the true life. #Quote by Janet Erskine Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart J. Scesney
#71. Have as much fun as you can in life because you never know when it will end. #Quote by Stuart J. Scesney
Stuart quotes by Stuart Kirsch
#72. In the ensuing discussion at the Manila workshop, I compared the search for a responsible mine to the pursuit of a mythical beast that people believe in because they have heard stories of its existence, even though no one claims to have seen it.18 #Quote by Stuart Kirsch
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#73. And there was nothing left between them but love, neither pure nor simple, but love it was. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by Tristram Stuart
#74. Food redistribution is economically sensible, ecologically pressing, and socially responsible; it is high time food corporations woke up to it and governments started funding the organisations that facilitate it. #Quote by Tristram Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#75. I will call no being good who is not what I mean when I apply that epithet to my fellow creatures; and if such a creature can sentence me to hell for not so calling him, to hell I will go . #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Savannah Stuart
#76. Heels on or off?" she asked as she locked her legs behind his back.
"Don't care. #Quote by Savannah Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#77. All persons are deemed to have a right to equality of treatment, except when some recognized social expediency requires the reverse. And hence all social inequalities which have ceased to be considered expedient assume the character, not of simple inexpediency, but of injustice, and appear so tyrannical that people are apt to wonder how they ever could have been tolerated - forgetful that they themselves, perhaps, tolerate other inequalities under an equally mistaken notion of expediency, the correction of which would make that which they approve seem quite as monstrous as what they have at last learned to condemn. The entire history of social improvement has been a series of transitions by which one custom or institution after another, from being a supposed primary necessity of social existence, has passed into the rank of a universally stigmatized injustice and tyranny. So it has been with the distinctions of slaves and freemen, nobles and serfs, patricians and plebians; and so it will be, and in part already is, with the aristocracies of color, race, and sex. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#78. The true virtue of human beings is fitness to live together as equals; claiming nothing for themselves but what they as freely concede to everyone else; regarding command of any kind as an exceptional neccessity, and in all cases a temporary one. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Nancy Rubin Stuart
#79. one of Marjorie's boats, they were inevitably #Quote by Nancy Rubin Stuart
Stuart quotes by Philippa Gregory
#80. If you mean Charles Stuart,' Frances's voice rang out clearly in the hall, 'then calling him "he of whom you were speaking" is hardly a brilliant disguise. And if that is your idea of deep concealment then I don't anticipate great success, on the day of which you have spoken, or any other day, actually. #Quote by Philippa Gregory
Stuart quotes by Stuart Wilde
#81. Our life's journey of self-discovery is not a straight-line rise from one level of consciousness to another. Instead, it is a series of steep climbs and flat plateaus, then further climbs. Even though we all approach the journey from different directions, certain of the journey's characteristics are common to all of us. #Quote by Stuart Wilde
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#82. Language is the light of the mind. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#83. He couldn't have known. The moonlight wasn't enough to illuminate the room, and the tears that spilled silently down her cheeks didn't touch him. But suddenly the kiss softened, the hands gentled on her, the lips coaxed and teased and healed. And without any more thought she was kissing him back, reaching for him with her mouth while her hands were held back, seeking him out with her tongue, calling him to her in the only way she could. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#84. Protection, therefore, against the tyranny of the magistrate is not enough: there needs protection also against the tyranny of the prevailing opinion and feeling; against the tendency of society to impose, by other means than civil penalties, its own ideas and practices as rules of conduct on those who dissent from them; to fetter the development, and, if possible, prevent the formation, of any individuality not in harmony with its ways, and compel all characters to fashion themselves upon the model of its own. There is a limit to the legitimate interference of #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Arthur Herman
#85. All this "confusion" came to an end twenty years after the Royal Visit, when two Bohemian brothers, claiming to be the illegitimate grandsons of Prince Charlie himself, appeared on the scene with their own tartan pattern book, portentously titled Vestiarum Scoticum. James and Charles Sobieski Stuart, as they called themselves, had selected seventy-five different setts, each linked to a specific clan, from a sixteenth-century manuscript they claimed had once belonged to Mary Queen of Scots's father confessor - although they could never quite produce the manuscript when others asked to see it. #Quote by Arthur Herman
Stuart quotes by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
#86. I can remember no time when I did not understand that my mother must write books because people would have and read them; but I cannot remember one hour in which her children needed her and did not find her. #Quote by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#87. He barely hesitated. "Then shall I ruin you, dragon?" "Yes please," she said. And she let the brown dress drop on the floor between them, closing her eyes once more. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#88. If we believed that those agencies were appointed by a benevolent Providence as the means of accomplishing wise purposes which could not be compassed if they did not exist, then everything done by mankind which tends to chain up these natural agencies or to restrict their mischievous operation, from draining a pestilential marsh down to curing the toothache, or putting up an umbrella, ought to be accounted impious ; which assuredly nobody does account them, notwithstanding an undercurrent of sentiment setting in that direction which is occasionally perceptible. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#89. The feeling of a direct responsibility of the individual to God is almost wholly a creation of Protestantism. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Bodin
#90. the more we dig into the bible the deeper our faith gets #Quote by Stuart Bodin
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#91. THE subject of this Essay is not the so-called Liberty of the Will, so unfortunately opposed to the misnamed doctrine of Philosophical Necessity; but Civil, or Social Liberty: the nature and limits of the power which can be legitimately exercised by society over the individual. A question seldom stated, and hardly ever discussed, in general terms, but which profoundly influences the practical controversies of the age by its latent presence, and is likely soon to make itself recognized as the vital question of the future. It is so far from being new, that, in a certain sense, it has divided mankind, almost from the remotest ages, but in the stage of progress into which the more civilized portions of the species have now entered, it presents itself under new conditions, and requires a different and more fundamental treatment. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Blackie
#92. The wise man of Miletus thus declared the first of things is water #Quote by John Stuart Blackie
Stuart quotes by Rob Brydon
#93. Terribly sad news about Stuart Cable, such a lovely, warm, funny, talented man. #Quote by Rob Brydon
Stuart quotes by Stuart J. Russell
#94. It's unlikely that machines would spontaneously decide they didn't like people, or that they had goals in opposition to those of human beings. #Quote by Stuart J. Russell
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#95. Education makes a man a more intelligent shoemaker, if that be his occupation, but not by teaching him how to make shoes; it does so by the mental exercise it gives, and the habits it impresses. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#96. The beliefs which we have the most warrant for have no safeguard, but a standing invitation to the whole world to prove them unfounded. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#97. The only freedom which deserves the name is that of pursuing our own good in our own way, so long as we do not attempt to deprive others of theirs, or impede their efforts to obtain it. Each is the proper guardian of his own health, whether bodily, or mental or spiritual. Mankind are greater gainers by suffering each other to live as seems good to themselves, than by compelling each to live as seems good to the rest. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#98. All students of man and society who possess that first requisite for so difficult a study, a due sense of its difficulties, are aware that the besetting danger is not so much of embracing falsehood for truth, as of mistaking part of the truth for the whole. It might be plausibly maintained that in almost every one of the leading controversies, past or present, in social philosophy, both sides were in the right in what they affirmed, though wrong in what they denied; and that if either could have been made to take the other's views in addition to its own, little more would have been needed to make its doctrine correct. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Firestein
#99. Being a scientist requires having faith in uncertainty, finding pleasure in mystery, and learning to cultivate doubt. There is no surer way to screw up an experiment than to be certain of its outcome. #Quote by Stuart Firestein
Stuart quotes by Stuart Woods
#100. Holly Barker series was a great read for me. Stuart gives short chapters and continued action all through his books. #Quote by Stuart Woods
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#101. It can do truth no service to blind the fact, known to all who have the most ordinary acquaintance with literary history, that a large portion of the noblest and most valuable moral teaching has been the work not only of men who did not know, but of men who knew and rejected the Christian faith. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Scott
#102. I can't ever give up, because I can't ever leave my daughters, #Quote by Stuart Scott
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#103. THE time, it is to be hoped, is gone by when any defence would be necessary of the "liberty of the press" as one of the securities against corrupt or tyrannical government. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart J. Russell
#104. What AI could do is essentially be a power tool that magnifies human intelligence and gives us the ability to move our civilization forward. It might be curing disease, it might be eliminating poverty. Certainly it should include preventing environmental catastrophe. If AI could be instrumental to all those things, then I would feel it was worthwhile. #Quote by Stuart J. Russell
Stuart quotes by Stuart Rojstaczer
#105. In this country, people buy T-shirts extolling their survival skills after snowstorms and heat waves. I used to get angry about this behavior, which I considered to be a childish display of false endurance. How can a country be so weak to think that a little snow or a little spike in a thermometer is actual hardship? But now … I'm almost pleased to see these T-shirts appear every few years. Now they indicate to me that this country is so secure and wealthy that actual hardship for many is almost impossible. These celebrations of minor calamities are in essence a signal that the people of this country feel so safe that they've turned survival into a silly game. Unfortunately, most nations are not like the United States. Danger is real for almost everyone most anywhere else. #Quote by Stuart Rojstaczer
Stuart quotes by Marty Stuart
#106. Nothing will prepare you for singing the truth like about 35 years in the music business, financial troubles and a couple trips to jail, ... It will get you really humble and really truthful, and gets you ready to sing out about who and what saved you. #Quote by Marty Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#107. All that has been said of the importance of individuality of character, and diversity in opinions and
modes of conduct, involves, as of the same unspeakable importance, diversity of education. A general State education is a mere contrivance for moulding people to be exactly like one another: and as the mould in which it casts them is that which pleases the predominant power in the government, whether this be a monarch, a priesthood, an aristocracy, or the majority of the existing generation; in proportion as it is efficient and successful, it establishes a despotism over the mind, leading by natural tendency to one over the body. An education established and
controlled by the State should only exist, if it exist at all, as one among
many competing experiments, carried on for the purpose of example and stimulus, to keep the others up to a certain standard of excellence. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Mary Stuart Masterson
#108. I think she looked at Vivien the same way. Of course you can. You know. And, and yet with great respect, because she knew how hard it must have been. And that it was even harder for him, of course, than for her. #Quote by Mary Stuart Masterson
Stuart quotes by E.B. White
#109. Very fine law," said Stuart. "When I am Chairman, anybody who is mean to anybody else is going to catch it. #Quote by E.B. White
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#110. The best state for human nature is that in which, while no one is poor, no one desires to be richer, nor has any reason to fear from thrust back, by the efforts of others to push themselves forward. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#111. If all mankind minus one, were of one opinion, and only one person were of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one person, than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Keith Stuart
#112. Life is built on the little things. #Quote by Keith Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Gibbs
#113. You' re Benjamin Ripley, aren't you?"
"Uh... no." It was worth a shot.
And for half a second it almost seemed to work. The assassin hesitated, slightly confused, then asked, "Then who are you?"
"Jonathan Monkeywarts" I winced. It had been the first name to popped into my head. I made a mental note to be more prepared next time this happened. #Quote by Stuart Gibbs
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#114. I don't have time to read," Warren announced loudly.
"I wasn't asking you," Sally said. "And anyone with any sense finds the time to read, or their brain
atrophies and their soul shrivels. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by Judith Ivory
#115. A harem," she murmured into his neck and laughed at last at the notion. "I can't believe you had a harem. You are hilarious, Stuart." He laughed. At himself.
"I hated men. I loved women. I wanted them all. It seemed logical to start to accumulate them. #Quote by Judith Ivory
Stuart quotes by Stuart Hall
#116. culture comes into play at precisely the point where biological individuals become subjects, and that what lies between the two is not some automatically constituted 'natural' process of socialization but much more complex processes of formation #Quote by Stuart Hall
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#117. He touched her, and she came again at his touch, her mouth pulling at him.
He was beyond gentleness. He shoved her back against the blanket of clothes and moved between her legs.
He went in hard, fast, deep, only barely able to control himself. She wrapped her legs around his, and he reached down and pulled them higher, up around his hips, so that he was deeper still, and she was tight, clasping, milking him with the power of her climax, which was almost sweetly painful. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#118. Accordingly, France Had Voltaire, and his school of negative thinkers, and England (or rather Scotland) had the profoundest negative thinker on record, David Hume: a man, the peculiarities of whose mind qualified him to detect failure of proof, and want of logical consistency, at a depth which French skeptics, with their comparatively feeble powers of analysis and abstractions stop far short of, and which German subtlety alone could thoroughly appreciate, or hope to rival. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Norah Lofts
#119. Perhaps I am the only person who, asked whether she were a witch or not, could truthfully say, "I do not know. I do know some very strange things have happened to me, or through me."
Lady Alice Rowhedge #Quote by Norah Lofts
Stuart quotes by Tristram Stuart
#120. Liver, lungs, heads, tails, kidneys, testicles, all of these things which are traditional, delicious and nutritious parts of our gastronomy go to waste. #Quote by Tristram Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#121. It is true that a great statesman is he who knows when to depart from traditions, as well as when to adhere to them. But it is a great mistake to suppose that he will do this better for being ignorant of the traditions. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Symington
#122. Later the Administration wanted me to actually sell all remaining surplus by running the War Assets Corporation. I said I couldn't do it without some shoe leather. #Quote by Stuart Symington
Stuart quotes by Stuart Gibbs
#123. You're only a first year!" Tina cried. "And you're already getting death threats! Do you have any idea how lucky you are? #Quote by Stuart Gibbs
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#124. Such are the differences among human beings in their sources of pleasure, their susceptibilities of pain, and the operation on them of different physical and moral agencies, that unless there is a corresponding diversity in their modes of life, they neither obtain their fair share of happiness, nor grow up to the mental, moral, and aesthetic stature of which their nature is capable. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#125. All desirable things ... are desirable either for the pleasure inherent in themselves, or as a means to the promotion of pleasure and the prevention of pain. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Wilde
#126. Watch nature, because it is your greatest teacher. It moves and flows and moves on again. There is an incredible beauty out there in the mountains, in the forests, to teach you it's silence, it's beauty, it's humility. Stay aligned to that. #Quote by Stuart Wilde
Stuart quotes by Stuart Hill
#127. Blood! Blast! And Fire #Quote by Stuart Hill
Stuart quotes by Stuart J. Russell
#128. The singularity has nothing to do with consciousness. #Quote by Stuart J. Russell
Stuart quotes by Stuart Ewen
#129. The ever-mounting glut of waste materials is characteristic by-product of modern consumer society. It might even be argued that capitalism's continual need to find of generate markets means that disposibility and waste have become the spine of the system. To consume means, literally, to destroy or expend, and in the garbage crisis we confront the underlying truth of a society in which enormous productive capacities and market forces have harnessed human needs and desires, without regard to the long or even short-term future of life on the planet. #Quote by Stuart Ewen
Stuart quotes by Alexander Masters
#130. I have a great sense of Stuart and silence on these nights. The village, wrapped in sleep; owls glide between the yew trees, badgers poddle across the graves. Then Stuart, cleaving the peacefulness. All people, gone. No educational experts, medical specialists, bullies, policemen. His mother's disapproval, hot on his heels, runs out of breath after half a mile. It is Stuart and the earth, just those two. #Quote by Alexander Masters
Stuart quotes by Tristram Stuart
#131. A country like America has twice as much food on its shop shelves and in its restaurants than is actually required to feed the American people. #Quote by Tristram Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Aken
#132. If knowledge is power, let's spread it as widely as possible and dilute it to deny those who would abuse it. #Quote by Stuart Aken
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#133. liberty consists in doing what one desires #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Dybek
#134. From its aptly noirish title on, Martin Preib's The Wagon has rightness of authenticity about it. From the perspective of a cop he fashions a compelling view of the Chicago Algren once called 'the dark city.' There's a unique quality to his essays which manage to be broodingly meditative even as their narrative drive keeps you turning pages. #Quote by Stuart Dybek
Stuart quotes by Stuart Immonen
#135. Birds are hard to draw. I read recently that Katsuhiro Otomo also says he has trouble drawing animals, and while it made me feel better, it didn't make it easier for me. #Quote by Stuart Immonen
Stuart quotes by Stuart MacBride
#136. A thoughtful pause and then: 'Maybe to make it easy to find, but look like it's hard to find, so you'd find it but think it wasn't meant to be found, even though you only really found it because someone wanted it to be found?' Logan #Quote by Stuart MacBride
Stuart quotes by Michelle Stuart
#137. In order to execute the idea, you need a certain material that is going to allow you to do what you're challenged to do in your imagination. You should use whatever you can and it's amazing how even if you change the medium, your work is still yours. #Quote by Michelle Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Wilde
#138. There is nothing more marvelous than doing something you love to do and getting paid for it. It ceases to become work, money, and effort; and it becomes fun, your expression of the joy of life. #Quote by Stuart Wilde
Stuart quotes by Savannah Stuart
#139. Just the sensation of having one man touching her and the other watching made her shiver in awareness. #Quote by Savannah Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Hill
#140. She'd invited Oskan to the Yule Feast. Or rather, she'd sent a royal command ordering his presence on the twenty-first day of Icemas. #Quote by Stuart Hill
Stuart quotes by Alexander Masters
#141. At this time of day it should have been open and full of fifty fellow smackheads, crackheads, psychotics, epileptics, schizophrenics, self-harmers, beggars, buskers, car thieves, sherry pushers, ciderheads, just-released-that-morning convicts, ex-army, ex-married-men-with-young-children-who'd-discovered-their-wife-in-bed-with-two-members-of-the-university-rowing-team-at-the-same-time. #Quote by Alexander Masters
Stuart quotes by Stuart L. Pimm
#142. I think we must ask ourselves if this is really what we want to do to God's creation, to drive it to extinction? Because extinction really is irreversible; species that go extinct are lost forever. This is not like Jurassic Park. We can't bring them back. #Quote by Stuart L. Pimm
Stuart quotes by Stuart Pearce
#143. Football's in my blood - and eventually I want to be the one making decisions. #Quote by Stuart Pearce
Stuart quotes by Stuart Jaffe
#144. My, aren't we bold with well-aged whiskey? #Quote by Stuart Jaffe
Stuart quotes by Stuart MacBride
#145. Where Insch was bald, Steel looked as if someone had sellotaped a Cairn terrier to her head. Rumour had it she was only forty-two, but she looked a lot older. Years of chain smoking had left her face looking like a holiday home for lines and wrinkles. #Quote by Stuart MacBride
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Blackie
#146. Converse with men makes sharp the glittering wit, but God to man doth speak in solitude. #Quote by John Stuart Blackie
Stuart quotes by Gloria Stuart
#147. The great actresses and actors receive awards for great roles in great films. #Quote by Gloria Stuart
Stuart quotes by Savannah Stuart
#148. His hands, which had been on her hips, suddenly grasped the slim strap of her panties and snapped the material apart.
"You owe me another pair," she gasped.
"Stop wearing them and it won't be a problem. #Quote by Savannah Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Connelly
#149. Do you prefer fermented or distilled?
This is a trick question. It doesn't matter how much you like wine, because wine is social and writing is anti-social. This is a writer's interview, writing is a lonely job, and spirits are the lubricant of the lonely. You might say all drinking is supposed to be social but there's a difference, at one in the morning while you're hunched over your computer, between opening up a bottle of Chardonnay and pouring two-fingers of bourbon into a tumbler. A gin martini, of course, splits the difference nicely, keeping you from feeling like a deadline reporter with a smoldering cigarette while still reminding you that your job is to be interesting for a living. Anyone who suggests you can make a martini with vodka, by the way, is probably in need of electroconvulsive therapy. #Quote by Stuart Connelly
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#150. The ne plus ultra of wickedness is embodied in what is commonly presented to mankind as the creed of Christianity. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#151. It is not because men's desires are strong that they act ill; it is because their consciences are weak. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#152. She tried to allow herself only one biting remark an hour, and she had already overstepped her allowance. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#153. He had no choice in the matter, if he left her hanging by the straps she'd end up being banged against the side of the aircraft. Not good for her, not good for the plane's stability. You always fastened down a cargo, you didn't leave it loose in the back of a plane.
That was all he was doing, he told himself putting his arms around her to hold her limp body still, letting her head loll back against his shoulder. Keeping the cargo secure.
It was his own damn fault he was getting hard again. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#154. Yet the love of money is not only one of the strongest moving forces of human life, but money is, in many cases, desired in and for itself; the desire to possess it is often stronger than the desire to use it, and goes on increasing when all the desires which point to ends beyond it, to be compassed by it, are falling off. It may, then, be said truly, that money is desired not for the sake of an end, but as part of the end. From being a means to happiness, it has come to be itself a principal ingredient of the individual's conception of happiness. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by David Eagleman
#155. As the complexity theorist Stuart Kauffman puts it, A couple in love walking along the banks of the Seine are, in real fact, a couple in love walking along the banks of the Seine, not mere particles in motion. #Quote by David Eagleman
Stuart quotes by Stuart Wilde
#156. Just because you love someone is no reason to marry them. #Quote by Stuart Wilde
Stuart quotes by Stuart Duncan
#157. If you can't see the gift in having a child with autism, you're focusing too much on the autism and not enough on the child. #Quote by Stuart Duncan
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#158. You don't believe in God, Rachel. You don't believe in goodness or love
or mercy, do you?"
"I haven't seen enough to form an opinion."
"But you believe in the devil?"
"When I'm sitting in a car with him, yes," she said. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by S.I. Hayakawa
#159. Citizens of a modern society need [ ... ] more than that ordinary "common sense" which was defined by Stuart Chase as that which tells you that the world is flat. #Quote by S.I. Hayakawa
Stuart quotes by Stuart J. Russell
#160. When people talk about the singularity, when people talk about superintelligent AI, they're not talking about sentience or consciousness. They're talking about superhuman ability to make high-quality decisions. #Quote by Stuart J. Russell
Stuart quotes by Francis Stuart Campbell
#161. The great pagan sadness of modern man is largely due to his premonition of ultimate disaster. #Quote by Francis Stuart Campbell
Stuart quotes by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
#162. I call myself a liberal - a classical liberal as in John Stuart Mill. #Quote by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Stuart quotes by Stuart Wilde
#163. The waiter has to come from a place of concentration, subjugation, and complete, limitless service. Nothing is too much trouble. The customer is always right, even when he is wrong. There is no limit to what you will do to serve while that person is in your bar and in your care. #Quote by Stuart Wilde
Stuart quotes by Ottobah Cugoano Known As John Stuart
#164. Any property taken away from others, whether by stealth, fraud or violence, must be wrong: but to take away men themselves, and keep them in slavery, must be worse. #Quote by Ottobah Cugoano Known As John Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Turton
#165. So many memories and secrets, so many burdens. Every life has such weight. I don't know how anybody carries even one. #Quote by Stuart Turton
Stuart quotes by Tristram Stuart
#166. As the words of my book, 'The Bloodless Revolution,' accumulated, I envisaged a parallel growth: the stack of pages they would have to be printed on, thousands of times over; every page representing a slice of forest, a belch of fumes and a squirt of toxic ink. #Quote by Tristram Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#167. The only power deserving the name is that of masses, and of governments while they make themselves the organ of the tendencies and instincts of masses. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart L. Hart
#168. For those who believe that ecological disaster will somehow be averted, it must also be clear that, over the next decade or so, sustainable development will constitute one of the biggest opportunities in the history of commerce. And innovation will be the name of the game. #Quote by Stuart L. Hart
Stuart quotes by Stuart K. Weber
#169. The Warrior function is…unmistakable in Scripture…Within the epistles, the mature believing man is often described in militant terms–a warrior equipped to battle mighty enemies and shatter satanic strongholds.

The heart of the Warrior is a protective heart. The Warrior shields, defends, stands between, and guards…He invests himself in "the energy of self-disciplined, aggressive action." By Warrior I do not mean one who loves war or draws sadistic pleasure from fighting or bloodshed. There is a difference between a warrior and a brute. A warrior is a protector…Men stand tallest when they are protecting and defending. #Quote by Stuart K. Weber
Stuart quotes by Graham Stuart Thomas
#170. It is far better to limit our choice to real permanencies, which do not require staking ... and a general mixture throughout of dwarf shrubs, perennials and ground-covers, with bulbs ... This has been called gardening in four layers, and I believe it to be the most satisfying form of gardening. #Quote by Graham Stuart Thomas
Stuart quotes by Stuart Hill
#171. Is it possible to be born old? Because I certainly feel it sometimes. How can we hope to stand against unstoppable progress; how can we possibly win a war against the forces of science? #Quote by Stuart Hill
Stuart quotes by Jonathan Coe
#172. I was going to say 'my friend Stuart', but I suppose he's not a friend any more. I seem to have lost a number of friends in the last few years. I don't mean that I've fallen out with them, in any dramatic way. We've just decided not to stay in touch. And that's what it's been: a decision, a conscious decision, because it's not difficult to stay in touch with people nowadays, there are so many different ways of doing it. But as you get older, I think that some friendships start to feel increasingly redundant. You just find yourself asking, "What's the point?" And then you stop. #Quote by Jonathan Coe
Stuart quotes by Janet Erskine Stuart
#173. There ought to be so many who are excellent, there are so few. #Quote by Janet Erskine Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Rothenberg
#174. I think it's less risky for the Kerry campaign to embrace former President Clinton than it is to reject him. #Quote by Stuart Rothenberg
Stuart quotes by Stuart Wilde
#175. Lovely place, shame about the people! #Quote by Stuart Wilde
Stuart quotes by Jesse Stuart
#176. I am firm in my belief that a teacher lives on and on through his students. Good teaching is forever and the and the teacher is immortal. #Quote by Jesse Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Harris
#178. If you set out to fail and you succeed, what have you done? #Quote by Stuart Harris
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#179. What is now called the nature of women is an eminently artificial thing - the result of forced repression in some directions, unnatural stimulation in others. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Hamm
#180. You never know that this is the moment when you're in the moment. When I was sixteen I moved to a smaller town in Vermont, and at that time I didn't have a band to play in. So I was forced to play in Top 40 bands and fraternity bands and wedding bands. That was all pop music, but I was listening to Weather Report and classical music. Then I went to Berklee College of Music in 1978, and you had Victor Bailey there, and Steve Vai. And suddenly I was among my ilk. #Quote by Stuart Hamm
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#181. To bring a child into existence without a fair prospect of being able, not only to provide food for its body, but instruction and training for its mind is a moral crime, both against the unfortunate offspring and against society #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Stuart Turton
#182. Do you know how you can tell if a monster's fit to walk the world again, Mr. Bishop? If they're truly redeemed and not just telling you what you want to hear? You give them a day without​ consequences, and you watch to see what thay do with it. #Quote by Stuart Turton
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#183. It is a law, that every event depends on the same law. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Molly Antopol
#184. Stuart Rojstaczer writes with enormous wit, style and empathy, and The Mathematician's Shiva is a big-hearted, rollickingly funny novel that's impossible to put down. A tremendous debut. #Quote by Molly Antopol
Stuart quotes by Stuart Greaves
#185. If we do not know the King that comes to your bedroom for the sole purpose of taking out your trash, then you have yet to know Jesus as the Servant of All. #Quote by Stuart Greaves
Stuart quotes by Gloria Stuart
#186. I do not need a man. I am devoted to masturbation. I think it's probably one of the most pleasurable experiences in life. #Quote by Gloria Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#187. If civilization has got the better of barbarism when barbarism had the world to itself, it is too much to profess to be afraid lest barbarism, after having been fairly got under, should revive and conquer civilization. A civilization that can thus succumb to its vanquished enemy, must first have become so degenerate, that neither its appointed priests and teachers, nor anybody else, has the capacity, or will take the trouble, to stand up for it. If this be so, the sooner such a civilization receives notice to quit, the better. It can only go on from bad to worse, until destroyed and regenerated (like the Western Empire) by energetic barbarians. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#188. Too bad he took a tumble out that window when he was too drunk to know what he was doing," she said, cheerfully callous. "It'll be a cold day in hell before I ever let a man near me again. #Quote by Anne Stuart
Stuart quotes by Savannah Stuart
#189. There was a gaping hole in his chest without her. The three weeks he'd spent with her had been the best of his life. She was like this bright, shining star that had been ripped away from him. He was territorial as hell and he wasn't letting her go. #Quote by Savannah Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Scott
#190. I make myself have energy. It's stubbornness in the face of cancer. #Quote by Stuart Scott
Stuart quotes by Stuart Dybek
#191. We were sitting, no longer talking or touching, and I remember thinking that I didn't want to argue with you anymore. I didn't want to sit like this in hurt silence; I wanted to talk excitedly all night as we once had. I wanted to find some way that wasn't corny sounding to tell you how much fun I'd had in your company, how much knowing you had meant to me, and how I had suddenly realized that I'd been so intent on becoming lovers that I'd overlooked how close we'd been as friends. I wanted you to know that. I wanted you to like me again. #Quote by Stuart Dybek
Stuart quotes by Michelle Stuart
#192. I've always been interested in archaeology, I guess ever since junior high or high school. #Quote by Michelle Stuart
Stuart quotes by Stuart Rojstaczer
#193. As far as I'm concerned, Americans don't drink nearly enough. A good alcoholic poisoning of the brain now and then clears it out in a way that nothing else can. #Quote by Stuart Rojstaczer
Stuart quotes by Stuart McLean
#194. For the briefest instant, his brain was the only thing that reacted. Mistake, thought his brain. Then the mouthful of water, mixed with what remained of the almond toffee crunch, fire hosed out of his mouth, arced across the table and hit Mary Turlington just above her bosom. #Quote by Stuart McLean
Stuart quotes by Dick Stuart
#195. One night in Pittsburgh, thirty-thousand fans gave me a standing ovation when I caught a hot dog wrapper on the fly. #Quote by Dick Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#196. In the case of any person whose judgment is really deserving of confidence, how has it become so? Because he has kept his mind open to criticism of his opinions and conduct. Because it has been his practice to listen to all that could be said against him; to profit by as much of it as was just, and expound to himself, and upon occasion to others, the fallacy of what was fallacious. Because he has felt, that the only way in which a human being can make some approach to knowing the whole of a subject, is by hearing what can be said about it by persons of every variety of opinion, and studying all modes in which it can be looked at by every character of mind. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Janet Erskine Stuart
#197. Our spiritual life is a venture in the dark, between the soul and God, and no spiritual life is worth the name unless it is so. #Quote by Janet Erskine Stuart
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#198. And it is not difficult to show, by abundant instances, that to extend the bounds of what may be called moral police, until it encroaches on the most unquestionably legitimate liberty of the individual, is one of the most universal of all human propensities. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by John Stuart Mill
#199. A population may be too crowded, though all be amply supplied with food and raiment. It is not good for a man to be kept perforce at all times in the presence of his species ... #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Stuart quotes by Anne Stuart
#200. Why did you save Mahmoud?" Killian's voice was so low she almost didn't hear him.
"Instinct," she muttered sleepily. "I certainly wasn't about to save you"
His laugh vibrated through his leg, through her body. "Of course not. Mahmoud's grateful. #Quote by Anne Stuart

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