Continuities Famous Quotes & Sayings

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

29 Continuities Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Continuities Sayings By Wallace Stegner: I am impressed by how much of my grandparent's life depended on continuities, contacts, connections, I am impressed by how much of my grandparent's life depended on continuities, contacts, connections, friendships, and blood relationships. — Wallace Stegner
More Pictures »
Continuities Sayings By Michel Foucault: As soon as you start writing, even if it is under your real name, you As soon as you start writing, even if it is under your real name, you start to function as somebody slightly different, as a "writer". You establish from yourself to yourself continuities and a level of coherence which is not quite the same as your real life ... All this ends up constituting a kind of neo-identity which is not identical to your identity as a citizen or your social identity, Besides you know this very well, since you want to protect your private life. — Michel Foucault
More Pictures »
Continuities Sayings By Alger Hiss: In the future the way that Whittaker Chambers was able to carry out forgery by In the future the way that Whittaker Chambers was able to carry out forgery by typewriter will be disclosed. — Alger Hiss
More Pictures »
Continuities Sayings By William Graham Sumner: History is only a tiresome repetition of one story. History is only a tiresome repetition of one story. — William Graham Sumner
More Pictures »
Continuities Sayings By Susanne Katherina Langer: The secret of 'fusion' is the fact that the artist's eye sees in nature ... The secret of 'fusion' is the fact that the artist's eye sees in nature ... an inexhaustible wealth of tension, rhythms, continuities, and contrasts which can be rendered in line and color. — Susanne Katherina Langer
More Pictures »
Continuities Sayings By Theodor Mommsen: When Sulla died in the year 676, the oligarchy which he had restored ruled with When Sulla died in the year 676, the oligarchy which he had restored ruled with absolute sway over the Roman state; but, as it had been established by force, it still needed force to maintain its ground against its numerous secret and open foes. — Theodor Mommsen
More Pictures »
Continuities Sayings By Hans Zinsser: We have chosen to write the biography of our disease because we love it platonically We have chosen to write the biography of our disease because we love it platonically - as Amy Lowell loved Keats - and have sought its acquaintance wherever we could find it. And in this growing intimacy we have become increasingly impressed with the influence that this and other infectious diseases, which span - in their protoplasmic continuities - the entire history of mankind, have had upon the fates of men. — Hans Zinsser
More Pictures »
Continuities Sayings By Alicia Silverstone: When I was 8 years old, my brother was making the noises of the animals When I was 8 years old, my brother was making the noises of the animals I was eating, so I decided to go vegetarian. Then I would give up because I was 8. — Alicia Silverstone
More Pictures »
Continuities Sayings By Rachel Hawkins: Suddenly, both Archer's and Jenna's hands clamped down on my wrists. Suddenly, both Archer's and Jenna's hands clamped down on my wrists. — Rachel Hawkins
Continuities Sayings By Robert A. Heinlein: It's a man's business to be what he is, and to be it in style. It's a man's business to be what he is, and to be it in style. — Robert A. Heinlein
Continuities Sayings By Wayne Dyer: Love is giving and it has nothing to do with what you receive. Love is giving and it has nothing to do with what you receive. — Wayne Dyer
Continuities Sayings By Kwame Anthony Appiah: Cultures are made of continuities and changes, and the identity of a society can survive Cultures are made of continuities and changes, and the identity of a society can survive through these changes. Societies without change aren't authentic; they're just dead — Kwame Anthony Appiah
Continuities Sayings By William Kittredge: It is our duty to preserve huge tracts of land in something resembling its native It is our duty to preserve huge tracts of land in something resembling its native condition. The biological interactions necessary to insure the continuities of life are astonishingly complex, and cannot take place in islands of semiwilderness like the national parks. — William Kittredge
Continuities Sayings By Michael King: I see the great continuities in New Zealand history as being decency and common sense I see the great continuities in New Zealand history as being decency and common sense and up until now when we've confronted these things we've been able to talk them through, and I'm sure we will with this issue as well. — Michael King
Continuities Sayings By Katharine Hepburn: I have many regrets, and I'm sure everyone does. The stupid things you do, you I have many regrets, and I'm sure everyone does. The stupid things you do, you regret if you have any sense, and if you don't regret them, maybe you're stupid. — Katharine Hepburn
Continuities Sayings By Ronald Carter: Beowulf stands out as a poem which makes extensive use of this kind of figurative Beowulf stands out as a poem which makes extensive use of this kind of figurative language. There are over one thousand compounds in the poem, totalling one-third of all the words in the text. Many of these compounds are kennings. The word 'to ken' is still used in many Scottish and Northern English dialects, meaning 'to know'. Such language is a way of knowing and of expressing meanings in striking and memorable ways; it has continuities with the kinds of poetic compounding found in nearly all later poetry but especially in the Modernist texts of Gerard Manley Hopkins and James Joyce. — Ronald Carter
Continuities Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: There is in certain ancient things a traceOf some dim essence --More than form or There is in certain ancient things a trace
Of some dim essence --
More than form or weight;
A tenuous aether, indeterminate,
Yet linked with all the laws of time and space.
A faint, veiled sign of continuities
That outward eyes can never quite descry;
Of locked dimensions harboring years gone by,
And out of reach except for hidden keys. — H.P. Lovecraft
Continuities Sayings By Debasish Mridha: Wounds are the fertile ground where flowers of kindness and wisdom will grow and thrive. Wounds are the fertile ground where flowers of kindness and wisdom will grow and thrive. — Debasish Mridha
Continuities Sayings By Ann Tatlock: I think, if there's a God out there, He could at least put in an I think, if there's a God out there, He could at least put in an appearance and tell us what the truth is.'
'But, Neil, don't you know? That's what God did. That's exactly what he did. He wrapped himself in skin ... to tell us what the truth is ... His first coming was only the opening act. He's been relentless in His pursuit of us ever since. He's on your heels right now. — Ann Tatlock
Continuities Sayings By Nick Clegg: Nothing will do more damage to the pro-European movement than giving room to the suspicion Nothing will do more damage to the pro-European movement than giving room to the suspicion that we have something to hide, that we do not have the "cojones" to carry our argument to the people. — Nick Clegg
Continuities Sayings By Madeleine L'Engle: Papa's always had the ability to remember the good things and let the bad ones Papa's always had the ability to remember the good things and let the bad ones go."
"Not a bad ability."
" ... I'm not sure. I think we have to remember it all before we can forgive it. — Madeleine L'Engle
Continuities Sayings By Jurgen Habermas: Some of those drawn into the holy war had been secular nationalists only a few Some of those drawn into the holy war had been secular nationalists only a few years before. If one looks at the biographies of these people, remarkable continuities are revealed. — Jurgen Habermas
Continuities Sayings By Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak: If one really thinks about the body as such, there is no possible outline of If one really thinks about the body as such, there is no possible outline of the body as such. — Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
Continuities Sayings By Fay Weldon: Food. Drink. Sleep. Books. They are all drugs. Food. Drink. Sleep. Books. They are all drugs. — Fay Weldon
Continuities Sayings By Anselm Kiefer: I am interested in reconstructing symbols. It's about connecting with an older knowledge and trying I am interested in reconstructing symbols. It's about connecting with an older knowledge and trying to discover continuities in why we search for heaven, — Anselm Kiefer
Continuities Sayings By Stephen Sondheim: Anything you do, let it come from you. Then it will be new. Give us Anything you do, let it come from you. Then it will be new. Give us more to see ... — Stephen Sondheim
Continuities Sayings By Jane Goldman: Woolf criticism has not evolved smoothly, and it would be misleading to say that any Woolf criticism has not evolved smoothly, and it would be misleading to say that any one approach or interpretation has ever prevailed to the exclusion of others. There are continuities and discontinuities in trends and arguments,
areas of common ground and major points of dispute. — Jane Goldman
Continuities Sayings By Margaret Mead: For Immanuel Kant, the term anthropology embraced all the human sciences, and laid the foundation For Immanuel Kant, the term anthropology embraced all the human sciences, and laid the foundation of familiar knowledge we need, to build solidly grounded ideas about the moral and political demands of human life. Margaret Mead saw mid-twentieth-century anthropology as engaged in a project no less ambitious than Kant's own, and her Terry Lectures on Continuities in Cultural Evolution provide an excellent point to enter into her reflections. — Margaret Mead
Continuities Sayings By Terry Eagleton: Certain American uses of deconstruction, Derrida has observed, work to ensure 'an institutional closure' which Certain American uses of deconstruction, Derrida has observed, work to ensure 'an institutional closure' which serves the dominant political and economic interests of American society. Derrida is clearly out to do more than develop new techniques of reading: deconstruction is for him an ultimately political practice, an attempt to dismantle the logic by which a particular system of thought, and behind that a whole system of political structures and social institutions, maintains its force. He is not seeking, absurdly, to deny the existence of relatively determinate truths, meanings, identities, intentions, historical continuities; he is seeking rather to see such things as the effects of a wider and deeper history of language, of the unconscious, of social institutions and practices. — Terry Eagleton