Disingenuousness Famous Quotes & Sayings

9 Disingenuousness Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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I don't think of myself as a critic or teacher either, but simply - and at the obvious risk of disingenuousness - as someone who teaches, writes drama criticism (and other things) and feels that the American compulsion to take your identity from your profession, with its corollary of only one trade to a practitioner, may be a convenience to society but is burdensome and constricting to yourself.Richard Gilman Disingenuousness Sayings By Richard Gilman: I don't think of myself as a critic or teacher either, but simply - and
The ultimate censorship is the flick of the dial.Tommy Smothers Disingenuousness Sayings By Tommy Smothers: The ultimate censorship is the flick of the dial.
Acting ... was the biggest charge I ever had. What other artist has it so good? Approval so quick?Elia Kazan Disingenuousness Sayings By Elia Kazan: Acting ... was the biggest charge I ever had. What other artist has it so
There is no disgrace in an enemy suffering ill at an enemy's hand, when you hate mutually.Aeschylus Disingenuousness Sayings By Aeschylus: There is no disgrace in an enemy suffering ill at an enemy's hand, when you
But the old traditions of sectarian misdirection still in spite of a certain advance in technical efficiency, cripple and distort the general mind. "All that has been changed," cry indignant teachers under criticism. But the evidence that this teaching of theirs still fails to produce a public that is alert, critical, and capable of vigorous readjustment in the face of overwhelming danger, is to be seen in the newspapers that satisfy the Tewler public, the arguments and slogans that appeal to it, the advertisements that succeed with it, the stuff it swallows. It is a press written by Homo Tewler for Homo Tewler all up and down the scale. The Times Tewler, the Daily Mail Tewler, the Herald, the Tribune, the Daily Worker; there is no difference except a difference in scale and social atmosphere. Through them all ran the characteristic Tewler streak of willful ignorance, deliberate disingenuousness, and self-protective illusion.H.G.Wells Disingenuousness Sayings By H.G.Wells: But the old traditions of sectarian misdirection still in spite of a certain advance in
Philo of Alexandria introduced in the first century what has been described as the 'Hellenizing of the Old Testament,' or the allegorical method of exegesis. By this, as Erdmann observes, the Bible narrative was found to contain a deeper, and particularly an allegorical interpretation, in addition to its literal interpretation; this was not conscious disingenuousness but a natural mode of amalgamating the Greek philosophic with the Hebraic doctrines.Philo Disingenuousness Sayings By Philo: Philo of Alexandria introduced in the first century what has been described as the 'Hellenizing
I don't appreciate it when women - or men - bandy about these stupid stereotypes about feminism that are age-old, and that are meant to keep people turned off from it. It's like, "All you have to do is Wikipedia feminism to know that it's not about man-hating - so shut up." That makes me annoyed.Kathleen Hanna Disingenuousness Sayings By Kathleen Hanna: I don't appreciate it when women - or men - bandy about these stupid stereotypes
It's impossible to attain much success in politics if you're the sort of person who can't abide disingenuousness. This isn't to say politics is full of lies and liars; it has no more liars than other fields do. Actually one hears very few proper lies in politics. Using vague, slippery, or just meaningless language is not the same as lying: it's not intended to deceive so much as to preserve options, buy time, distance oneself from others, or just to sound like you're saying something instead of nothing.Barton Swaim Disingenuousness Sayings By Barton Swaim: It's impossible to attain much success in politics if you're the sort of person who
Suddenly, I feel like a piece of china, ill-placed at the edge of a table, vulnerable to shattering with the slightest bump or misstep.Jenna Nelson Disingenuousness Sayings By Jenna Nelson: Suddenly, I feel like a piece of china, ill-placed at the edge of a table,