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Inculcation Sayings By John Maynard Keynes: Education: the inculcation of the incomprehensible into the indifferent by the incompetent. Education: the inculcation of the incomprehensible into the indifferent by the incompetent. — John Maynard Keynes
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Inculcation Sayings By Stephan Jay Gould: Cultural evolution can proceed so quickly because it operates, as biological evolution does not, in Cultural evolution can proceed so quickly because it operates, as biological evolution does not, in the "Lamarckian" mode - by the inheritance of acquired characters. Whatever one generation learns, it can pass to the next by writing, instruction, inculcation, ritual, tradition, and a host of methods that humans have developed to assure continuity in culture. Darwinian evolution, on the other hand, is an indirect process: genetic variation must first be available to construct an advantageous feature, and natural selection must then preserve it. Since genetic variation arises at random, not preferentially directed toward advantageous features, the Darwinian process works slowly. Cultural evolution is not only rapid; it is also readily reversible because its products are not coded in our genes. — Stephan Jay Gould
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Inculcation Sayings By Arthur Miller: When it is recalled that until the Christian era the underworld was never regardded as When it is recalled that until the Christian era the underworld was never regardded as a hostile area, that all gods were useful and essentially friendly to man despite occasional lapsesl when we see the steady methodical inculcation into humanity of the idea of man's worthlesseness - until redeemed - the necessity of the Devil may become evident as a weapon, a weapon designed and used time and time again in every age to whip men into a surrender to a particular church or church state. — Arthur Miller
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Inculcation Sayings By Benjamin Disraeli: Jews show so near an affinity to you ... Where is your Christianity if you Jews show so near an affinity to you ... Where is your Christianity if you do not believe in their Judaism? — Benjamin Disraeli
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Inculcation Sayings By Kenneth Branagh: When you cast someone like Natalie Portman, the character can't just be the love interest. When you cast someone like Natalie Portman, the character can't just be the love interest. — Kenneth Branagh
Inculcation Sayings By Bridget Riley: The actual basis of colour is instability. Once you accept that in lieu of something The actual basis of colour is instability. Once you accept that in lieu of something which is stable, which is form, you are dealing with something which is unstable in its basic character, you begin to get a way of dealing with it. — Bridget Riley
Inculcation Sayings By Daniel Libeskind: I believe that the idea of the totality, the finality of the master-plan, is misguided. I believe that the idea of the totality, the finality of the master-plan, is misguided. One should advocate a gradual transformation of public space, a metamorphic process, without relying on a hypothetical time in the future when everything will be perfect. The mistake of planners and architects is to believe that fifty years from now Alexanderplatz will be perfected. -p.197 — Daniel Libeskind
Inculcation Sayings By Eric Hoffer: Starting out from the fact that the frustrated predominate among the early adherents of all Starting out from the fact that the frustrated predominate among the early adherents of all mass movements and that they usually join of their own accord, it is assumed:
1) that frustration of itself, without any proselytizing prompting from the outside, can generate most of the peculiar characteristics of the true believer;
2) that an effective technique of conversion consists basically in the inculcation and fixation of proclivities and responses indigenous to the frustrated mind. — Eric Hoffer
Inculcation Sayings By Samuel Johnson: At length weariness succeeds to labor, and the mind lies at ease in the contemplation At length weariness succeeds to labor, and the mind lies at ease in the contemplation of her own attainments without any desire of new conquests or excursions. This is the age of recollection and narrative; the opinions are settled, and the avenues of apprehension shut against any new intelligence; the days that are to follow must pass in the inculcation of precepts already collected, and assertion of tenets already received; nothing is henceforward so odious as opposition, so insolent as doubt, or so dangerous as novelty. — Samuel Johnson
Inculcation Sayings By Judith Butler: Learning the rules that govern intelligible speech is an inculcation into normalized language, where the Learning the rules that govern intelligible speech is an inculcation into normalized language, where the price of not conforming is the loss of intelligibility itself. — Judith Butler
Inculcation Sayings By Mahatma Gandhi: The spirit of democracy ... requires change of the heart ... requires the inculcation of The spirit of democracy ... requires change of the heart ... requires the inculcation of the spirit of brotherhood. — Mahatma Gandhi
Inculcation Sayings By Michelangelo: Poets and painters have the power to dare, I mean to dare to do whatever Poets and painters have the power to dare, I mean to dare to do whatever they may approve of ... — Michelangelo
Inculcation Sayings By Cory Booker: I come from a mother who can cry at a G.E. commercial. I come from a mother who can cry at a G.E. commercial. — Cory Booker
Inculcation Sayings By Peter Samsel: Sufism is a vast and varied historical and civilizational phenomenon, touching upon poetic expression and Sufism is a vast and varied historical and civilizational phenomenon, touching upon poetic expression and sacred art, ethics and virtue, discipleship and spiritual guidance, humble service and spiritual practice, the nourishment of the heart and the illumination of vision. Yet all these many concerns coalesce ultimately to a single concern: that of the return to God. The way of this return is, at root, a matter of the ever-deepening inculcation of the reality of Divine Unity in one's being, as expressed in one's understanding, one's presence and attention, and ultimately one's very existence. This "Path of Unity" is none other than the central course of the entire tradition of Sufism. What — Peter Samsel
Inculcation Sayings By Pierre Bourdieu: Such competence is not necessarily acquired by means of the 'scholastic' labours in which some Such competence is not necessarily acquired by means of the 'scholastic' labours in which some 'cinephiles' or 'jazz-freaks' indulge. Most often it results from the unintentional learning made possible by a disposition acquired through domestic or scholastic inculcation of legitimate culture. This transposable disposition, armed with a set of perceptual and evaluative schemes that are available for general application, inclines its owner towards other cultural experiences and enables him to perceive, classify and memorize them differently. . . . In identifying what is worthy of being seen and the right way to see it, they are aided by their whole social group and by the whole corporation of critics mandated by the group to produce legitimate classifications and the discourse necessarily accompanying any artistic enjoyment worthy of the name. — Pierre Bourdieu
Inculcation Sayings By Yuval Noah Harari: When the gods created man, Gilgamesh had learned, they set death as man's inevitable destiny, When the gods created man, Gilgamesh had learned, they set death as man's inevitable destiny, and man must learn to live with it. — Yuval Noah Harari
Inculcation Sayings By Oswald Chambers: Adam was created to be the friend and companion of God, he was to have Adam was created to be the friend and companion of God, he was to have dominion over all the life in the air and earth and sea, but one thing he was not to have dominion over, and that was himself. — Oswald Chambers
Inculcation Sayings By Louisa May Alcott: I find it poor logic to say that because women are good, women should vote. I find it poor logic to say that because women are good, women should vote. Men do not vote because they are good; they vote because they are male, and women should vote, not because we are angels and men are animals, but because we are human beings and citizens of this country. — Louisa May Alcott