Best Phantasm Famous Quotes & Sayings

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

32 Best Phantasm Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Best Phantasm Sayings By Charles Baxter: Ethics is a dream, and tenderness a daytime phantasm, lost when night comes. Ethics is a dream, and tenderness a daytime phantasm, lost when night comes. — Charles Baxter
More Pictures »
Best Phantasm Sayings By Vladimir Nabokov: Another part of the ritual was to ascend with closed eyes. 'Step, step, step,' came Another part of the ritual was to ascend with closed eyes. 'Step, step, step,' came my mother's voice as she led me up - and sure enough, the surface of the next tread would receive the blind child's confident foot; all one had to do was lift it a little higher than usual, so as to avoid stubbing one's toe against the riser. This slow, somewhat somnambulistic ascension in self-engendered darkness held obvious delights. The keenest of them was not knowing when the last step would come. At the top of the stairs, one's foot would be automatically lifted to the deceptive call of 'Step,' and then, with a momentary sense of exquisite panic, with a wild contraction of muscles, would sink into the phantasm of a step, padded, as it were, with the infinitely elastic stuff of its own nonexistence. — Vladimir Nabokov
More Pictures »
Best Phantasm Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: The hocus-pocus phantasm of a God like another Cerberus, with one body and three heads, The hocus-pocus phantasm of a God like another Cerberus, with one body and three heads, had its birth and growth in the blood of thousands and thousands of martyrs ... In fact, the Athanasian paradox that one is three, and three but one, is so incomprehensible to the human mind, that no candid man can say he has any idea of it, and how can he believe what presents no idea? He who thinks he does, only deceives himself. He proves, also, that man, once surrendering his reason, has no remaining guard against absurdities the most monstrous, and like a ship without a rudder, is the sport of every wind. With such persons, gullibility which they call faith, takes the helm from the hand of reason, and the mind becomes a wreck.
[Letter to James Smith discussing Jefferson's hate of the doctrine of the Christian trinity, December 8 1822] — Thomas Jefferson
More Pictures »
Best Phantasm Sayings By Emily Dickinson: We dream - it is good we are dreaming - It would hurt us - We dream - it is good we are dreaming - It would hurt us - were we awake - But since it is playing - kill us, And we are playing - shriek - What harm? Men die - externally - It is a truth - of Blood - But we - are dying in Drama - And Drama - is never dead - Cautious - We jar each other - And either - open the eyes - Lest the Phantasm - prove the Mistake - And the livid Surprise Cool us to Shafts of Granite - With just an Age - and Name - And perhaps a phrase in Egyptian - It's prudenter - to dream - — Emily Dickinson
More Pictures »
Best Phantasm Sayings By Simon Pont: The fundamentals will cause us all to stand and stare; our want for material possessions, The fundamentals will cause us all to stand and stare; our want for material possessions, our possession and passing on of heirlooms, our want to leave a legacy; our base sexual drives, our wish to be the superior versions of ourselves; our desire to be happy, as an emotion and an idea, that ultimate phantasm. — Simon Pont
More Pictures »
Best Phantasm Sayings By Henry More: Energie is the operation, efflux or activity of any being: as the light of the Energie is the operation, efflux or activity of any being: as the light of the Sunne is the energie of the Sunne, and every phantasm of the soul is the energie of the soul. — Henry More
More Pictures »
Best Phantasm Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: Whatever universal masterpiece of tomorrow may be wrought from phantasm or terror will owe its Whatever universal masterpiece of tomorrow may be wrought from phantasm or terror will owe its acceptance rather to a supreme workmanship than to a sympathetic theme. Yet who shall declare the dark theme a positive handicap? Radiant with beauty, the Cup of the Ptolemies was carven of onyx. — H.P. Lovecraft
More Pictures »
Best Phantasm Sayings By Gautama Buddha: This life of separateness may be compared to a dream, a phantasm, a bubble, a This life of separateness may be compared to a dream, a phantasm, a bubble, a shadow, a drop of dew, a flash of lightning. — Gautama Buddha
More Pictures »
Best Phantasm Sayings By Gilles Deleuze: Lose your face: become capable of loving without remembering, without phantasm and without interpretation, without Lose your face: become capable of loving without remembering, without phantasm and without interpretation, without taking stock. Let there just be fluxes, which sometimes dry up, freeze or overflow, which sometimes combine or diverge. — Gilles Deleuze
Best Phantasm Sayings By Thomas Carlyle: But deepest of all illusory Appearances, for hiding Wonder, as for many other ends, are But deepest of all illusory Appearances, for hiding Wonder, as for many other ends, are your two grand fundamental world-enveloping Appearances, SPACE and TIME. These, as spun and woven for us from before Birth itself, to clothe our celestial ME for dwelling here, and yet to blind it, lie all-embracing, as the universal canvas, or warp and woof, whereby all minor Illusions, in this Phantasm Existence, weave and paint themselves. In vain, while here on Earth, shall you endeavor to strip them off; you can, at best, but rend them asunder for moments, and look through. — Thomas Carlyle
Best Phantasm Sayings By Edgar Allan Poe: I must perish in this deplorable folly. Thus, thus, and not otherwise, shall I be I must perish in this deplorable folly. Thus, thus, and not otherwise, shall I be lost. I dread the events of the future, not in themselves, but in their results. I shudder at the thought of any, even the most trivial, incident, which may operate upon this intolerable agitation of soul. I have, indeed, no abhorrence of danger, except in its absolute effect-in terror. In this unnerved-in this pitiable condition-I feel that the period will sooner or later arrive when I must abandon life and reason together, in some struggle with the grim phantasm, FEAR. — Edgar Allan Poe
Best Phantasm Sayings By Roger Gilbert-Lecomte: O sun, heart of the heavens whose blood of lightInfuses the vigor which transmutes to O sun, heart of the heavens whose blood of light
Infuses the vigor which transmutes to azure
The black ice strangler of great space obscure
I hate you, mask of gold, mist and fire, circular
Blind monster blinding all the prey around
You who veil the impure dazzling phantasm
To the loving vertigo of my avid gazes
The visions of the colorless abyss of the void
Reversed hollow truth-mask of the other world. — Roger Gilbert-Lecomte
Best Phantasm Sayings By Tilda Swinton: Nic's Charlie is something very particular. You can't really put them together. It's a phantasm. Nic's Charlie is something very particular. You can't really put them together. It's a phantasm. — Tilda Swinton
Best Phantasm Sayings By Henry Adams: The first serious consciousness of Nature's gesture - her attitude towards life-took form then as The first serious consciousness of Nature's gesture - her attitude towards life-took form then as a phantasm, a nightmare, all insanity of force. For the first time, the stage-scenery of the senses collapsed; the human mind felt itself stripped naked, vibrating in a void of shapeless energies, with resistless mass, colliding, crushing, wasting, and destroying what these same energies had created and labored from eternity to perfect. — Henry Adams
Best Phantasm Sayings By Fernando Pessoa: Once we're able to see this world as an illusion and a phantasm, then we Once we're able to see this world as an illusion and a phantasm, then we can see everything that happens to us as a dream, as something that pretended to exist while we were sleeping. And we will become subtly and profoundly indifferent towards all of life's setbacks and calamities. Those who die turned a corner, which is why we've stopped seeing them; those who suffer pass before us like a nightmare, if we feel, or like an unpleasant daydream, if we think. And even our own suffering won't be more than this nothingness. — Fernando Pessoa
Best Phantasm Sayings By Kresley Cole: In all seriousness, she said, If a phantom has an orgasm, is it a phantasm? In all seriousness, she said, If a phantom has an orgasm, is it a phantasm? — Kresley Cole
Best Phantasm Sayings By Rabindranath Tagore: Man's poverty is abysmal, his wants are endless till he becomes truly conscious of his Man's poverty is abysmal, his wants are endless till he becomes truly conscious of his soul. Till then, the world to him is in a state of flux - a phantasm that is and is not. — Rabindranath Tagore
Best Phantasm Sayings By Margaret Weis: Pity, mercy, compassion.""Thats's all I'm afraid," said Alfred."That is everything," said the phantasm. Pity, mercy, compassion."
"Thats's all I'm afraid," said Alfred.
"That is everything," said the phantasm. — Margaret Weis
Best Phantasm Sayings By Henry James: Life is, in fact, a battle. Evil is insolent and strong; beauty enchanting, but rare; Life is, in fact, a battle. Evil is insolent and strong; beauty enchanting, but rare; goodness very apt to be weak; folly very apt to be defiant; wickedness to carry the day; imbeciles to be in great places, people of sense in small, and mankind generally unhappy. But the world as it stands is no narrow illusion, no phantasm, no evil dream of the night; we wake up to it, forever and ever; and we can neither forget it nor deny it nor dispense with it. — Henry James
Best Phantasm Sayings By Charles Lamb: We love to chew the cud of a foregone vision; to collect the scattered rays We love to chew the cud of a foregone vision; to collect the scattered rays of a brighter phantasm, or act over again, with firmer nerves, the sadder nocturnal tragedies. — Charles Lamb
Best Phantasm Sayings By A.S. Byatt: We must come to grief and regret anyway - and I for one would rather We must come to grief and regret anyway - and I for one would rather regret the reality than its phantasm, knowledge than hope, the deed than the hesitation, true life and not mere sickly potentialities. — A.S. Byatt
Best Phantasm Sayings By Catherynne M Valente: Being unable to retrace our steps in Time, we decided to move forward in Space. Being unable to retrace our steps in Time, we decided to move forward in Space. Shall we never be able to glide back up the stream of Time, and peep into the old home, and gaze on the old faces? Perhaps when the phonograph and the kinesigraph are perfected, and some future worker has solved the problem of colour photography, our descendants will be able to deceive themselves with something very like it: but it will be but a barren husk, a soulless phantasm and nothing more. "Oh for the touch of a vanished hand, and the sound of a voice that is still!" - Wordsworth Donisthorpe, inventor of the kinesigraph camera — Catherynne M Valente
Best Phantasm Sayings By Michio Kaku: This world may be a phantasm and existence may be merely a dream, but this This world may be a phantasm and existence may be merely a dream, but this dream or phantasm to me is real enough if using reason well we are never deceived by it. — Michio Kaku
Best Phantasm Sayings By Sinclair B. Ferguson: Yes, people will tell us they believe in a "God of love." But they are Yes, people will tell us they believe in a "God of love." But they are self-deceived, and their lives reveal it. They neither love Him with heart, soul, mind, and strength in return, nor do they worship Him with zeal and energy. The truth is that their mantra "My God is a God of love" is a smokescreen, a phantasm of their imagination. Underneath it all is a deep mistrust of God - otherwise, why not yield the whole of life in joyful abandon to whatever He says or asks? — Sinclair B. Ferguson
Best Phantasm Sayings By E.T.A. Hoffmann: It may be, after all," said the Student Anselmus to himself, "that the superfine stomachic It may be, after all," said the Student Anselmus to himself, "that the superfine stomachic liqueur, which I took somewhat freely in Monsieur Conradi's, might really be the cause of all these shocking phantasms, which tortured me so at Archivarius Lindhorst's door. — E.T.A. Hoffmann
Best Phantasm Sayings By Helene Cixous: Men still have everything to say about their sexuality, and everything to write. For what Men still have everything to say about their sexuality, and everything to write. For what they have said so far, for the most part, stems from the opposition activity/
passivity, from the power relation between a fantasized obligatory virility meant
to invade, to colonize, and the consequential phantasm of woman as a "dark
continent" to penetrate and to "pacify." (We know what "pacify" means in terms of
scotomizing the other and misrecognizing the self.) Conquering her, they've made
haste to depart from her borders, to get out of sight, out of body. The way man has
of getting out of himself and into her whom he takes not for the other but for his
own, deprives him, he knows, of his own bodily territory. One can understand
how man, confusing himself with his penis and rushing in for the attack, might
feel resentment and fear of being "taken" by the woman, of being lost in her,
absorbed, or alone. — Helene Cixous
Best Phantasm Sayings By Irvin D. Yalom: Why squander all that love on a phantasm when there seems too little love to Why squander all that love on a phantasm when there seems too little love to go around on Earth as it is? Better — Irvin D. Yalom
Best Phantasm Sayings By Gottfried Leibniz: Although the whole of this life were said to be nothing but a dream and Although the whole of this life were said to be nothing but a dream and the physical world nothing but a phantasm, I should call this dream or phantasm real enough, if, using reason well, we were never deceived by it. — Gottfried Leibniz
Best Phantasm Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: 2. The banality of time torments us, the tedium of existence mocks us, and many 2. The banality of time torments us, the tedium of existence mocks us, and many minor incidences irritate human beings. While we seek to inscribe a personal place in a finite realm, we live in a world without any actual boarders known as the universe. Human wastefulness, suffering, and cruelty know no bounds. Irrespective of all the unfortunate occasions in life that prove painful, stressful, sorrowful, or dreary, all misfortunate setbacks along with the shattering monotony of human existence are part of the vicissitudes of living a sentient life. If a person can view the enigmas of life from a detached perspective that respects life without worrying about the ultimate tragedy of all existence, when we return to the void from which we came, life will appear as a dream, a phantasm. — Kilroy J. Oldster
Best Phantasm Sayings By Eleanor Catton: But there is no truth except truth in relation, and heavenly relation is composed of But there is no truth except truth in relation, and heavenly relation is composed of wheels in motion, tilting axes, turning dials; it is a clockwork orchestration that alters every minute, never repeating, never still. We are no longer sheltered in a cloistered reminiscence of the past. We now look outward, through the phantasm of our own convictions: we see the world as we wish to perfect it, and we imagine dwelling there. — Eleanor Catton
Best Phantasm Sayings By Diana Abu-Jaber: Phantasm, a pink-palmed jinn, a ghost from one of the drowned cities. Phantasm, a pink-palmed jinn, a ghost from one of the drowned cities. — Diana Abu-Jaber
Best Phantasm Sayings By Victor Lodato: In the car, Edgar felt something like panic. The air itself was turning to cement. In the car, Edgar felt something like panic. The air itself was turning to cement. He didn't understand that this imprisonment was an illusion, a phantasm of grief. He truly believed that life might be over, that all stories would unfold in the already-lived, the sole place in which his grandmother was not dead.

But as he looked out the window, he saw how the landscape moved by so fast that it blurred. Trees and billboards slapped past his consciousness with the clicking intensity of a roulette wheel. Edgar felt a desire for something else. Perhaps there were other arrangements a person could make with time. — Victor Lodato