Marvin L. Cohen Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Marvin L. Cohen Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Marvin L. Cohen Sayings: I've gradually risen from lower-class background to lower-class foreground. I've gradually risen from lower-class background to lower-class foreground.
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Marvin L. Cohen Sayings: Ah, the truth, what a thing it is! I sacrifice so much for it, with Ah, the truth, what a thing it is! I sacrifice so much for it, with people: I forego, for truth's sake, discretion, loyalty, diplomacy, tact, polite manners, elegance, grace, poise, balance, good taste, conformity, image-role, fashionableness, polish, confidences, promises, ambition, consistency, identity, clarity, comprehensibleness, good will, hypocrisy, and lots of other things
amass sacrifice, at truth's altar. God! is truth worth it? I hope it is. It better be, in fact.
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Marvin L. Cohen Sayings: Your views are now my own. Your views are now my own.
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Marvin L. Cohen Sayings: My friend devotes himself to his life, whenever he can find the spare time. His My friend devotes himself to his life, whenever he can find the spare time. His motto is: 'Don't just sit there: live!' So he's too busy to stand, to walk, to do anything, except to live. He even refused to kiss a girl, when invited, on the grounds that it was time again to be living. Schedules are sacred to him.
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Marvin L. Cohen Sayings: The museum is full of interesting things. All kinds of paintings are there. And then The museum is full of interesting things. All kinds of paintings are there. And then paintings too thick to put in a frame, that they call sculpture. And then there are spectators. with their scorecards, rooting for culture. And spectators of the spectators, looking for love's introduction. And art students taking notes. And old women trying to remember the past. And old men with too much to forget. And tourists, thinking that a museum represents a city. And loafers so poor, they study their soberness here.
Marvin L. Cohen Sayings: My friend had a brilliant idea. This impressed me. It reflected an immense deal of My friend had a brilliant idea. This impressed me. It reflected an immense deal of credit on his brain. But when he expressed it,it lost all value, and enjoyed but a commonplace status. My friend blamed this devaluation on the language. "I hate English," he said. So he studied another language. He mastered it so perfectly that there was no room left in his brain for a brilliant idea. Now he has a grudge against words. He refuses to use them. He prefers to shrug or grunt. A new crop of ideas is growing. They show promise of future refinement.