Hibben's Famous Quotes & Sayings

6 Hibben's Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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A philosopher ... is not fairly judged by his eccentricities, nor by the frailties to which he is liable; still less should his philosophy as a whole fall into ill-repute because of those among its devotees who have stumbled into wells, or who aimlessly pass their lives in whetting their faculties and then neglecting to use them.John Grier Hibben Hibben's Sayings By John Grier Hibben: A philosopher ... is not fairly judged by his eccentricities, nor by the frailties to
A prejudice may be an unreasoned judgment, he [Hibben] pointed out, but an unreasoned judgment is not necessarily an illogical judgment ... First, there are those judgments whose verification has simply dropped out of memory ... The second type of unreasoned judgments we hold is the opinions we adopt from others ... The third class of judgments in Professor Hibben's list comprises those which have subconscious origin. The material that furnishes their support does not reach the focal point of consciousness, but psychology insists upon its existence.Richard M. Weaver Hibben's Sayings By Richard M. Weaver: A prejudice may be an unreasoned judgment, he [Hibben] pointed out, but an unreasoned judgment
I cannot bear to think that our young men are merely living four years in a country club and spending their lives wholly in a spirit of calculation and snobbishness.John Grier Hibben Hibben's Sayings By John Grier Hibben: I cannot bear to think that our young men are merely living four years in
What is reality? Is it not merely a term for the philosopher to conjure with, behind which he may craftily conceal his ignorance?John Grier Hibben Hibben's Sayings By John Grier Hibben: What is reality? Is it not merely a term for the philosopher to conjure with,
There may be a soul of the world, there may be ... a psychical side, of which we are not aware, to every atom in the universe, and the psychical side, like the moon, may show us ever but the one face, the other forever in the shadow; but, at best, this is only a conjecture, it presents no solid foundation upon which to rest a theory.John Grier Hibben Hibben's Sayings By John Grier Hibben: There may be a soul of the world, there may be ... a psychical side,
Man becomes virtually an automaton in the loss of his individuality and responsibility. He is the harp of a thousand strings played upon by a divine hand, but not a man!John Grier Hibben Hibben's Sayings By John Grier Hibben: Man becomes virtually an automaton in the loss of his individuality and responsibility. He is