Life Slogan Famous Quotes & Sayings

21 Life Slogan Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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The old slogan 'truth is stranger than fiction,' that still corresponded to the surrealist phase of this estheticization of life, is obsolete. There is no more fiction that life could possibly confront, even victoriously-it is reality itself that disappears utterly in the game of reality-radical disenchantment, the cool and cybernetic phase following the hot stage of fantasy.Jean Baudrillard Life Slogan Sayings By Jean Baudrillard: The old slogan 'truth is stranger than fiction,' that still corresponded to the surrealist phase
We want to make it clear that Indiana's open for business. We want to make it clear that Hoosier hospitality is not a slogan, it's our way of life. It's the reason why people come here from around the world and they come back again and again. Because Hoosiers are the kindest, most generous, most decent people in the world.Mike Pence Life Slogan Sayings By Mike Pence: We want to make it clear that Indiana's open for business. We want to make
There used to be a canny politician in the Hyde Park area in Chicago in which I at one time lived for several years. His slogan was "I am for harmony if I have to use an axe." As "Secretary of Charm," if and when my merits and ambitions are recognized by my appointment to that office, I will take a page out of old "Doc" Jamieson's book. My motto will be "I will have charm, even if I have to use a club.Beatrice Fairfax Life Slogan Sayings By Beatrice Fairfax: There used to be a canny politician in the Hyde Park area in Chicago in
Life summed up with a marketing slogan: Limited Edition!Kevin Focke Life Slogan Sayings By Kevin Focke: Life summed up with a marketing slogan: Limited Edition!
A satyagrahi lays down his life, but never gives up. That is the meaning of the 'do or die' slogan.Mahatma Gandhi Life Slogan Sayings By Mahatma Gandhi: A satyagrahi lays down his life, but never gives up. That is the meaning of
But the cinephile is ... a neurotic! (That's not a pejorative term.) The Bronte sisters were neurotic, and it's because they were neurotic that they read all those books and became writers. The famous French advertising slogan that says, "When you love life, you go to the movies," it's false! It's exactly the opposite: when you don't love life, or when life doesn't give you satisfaction, you go to the movies.Francois Truffaut Life Slogan Sayings By Francois Truffaut: But the cinephile is ... a neurotic! (That's not a pejorative term.) The Bronte sisters
It is all too easy for a society to measure itself against some abstract philosophical principle or political slogan. But in the end, there must remain the question: What kind of life is one society providing to the people that live in it?Hubert H. Humphrey Life Slogan Sayings By Hubert H. Humphrey: It is all too easy for a society to measure itself against some abstract philosophical
For that reason the simple test of the slogan 'Consume Less' as a basis for social action on the environment would be to tell it to the blacks in the ghetto. The message will not be very well received for there are many people in this country who consume less than is needed to sustain a decent life.Barry Commoner Life Slogan Sayings By Barry Commoner: For that reason the simple test of the slogan 'Consume Less' as a basis for
This document [the Reconstruction and Development Programme] was translated into a simpler manifesto called 'A Better Life for All', which in turn became the ANC's campaign slogan.Nelson Mandela Life Slogan Sayings By Nelson Mandela: This document [the Reconstruction and Development Programme] was translated into a simpler manifesto called 'A
All human development, according to Silvan Tompkins, is rooted in affect (feeling) dynamics because affects (feelings) are the primary innate biological motivator of human life. Our anger is the energy that gives us strength. The Incredible Hulk becomes the huge, powerful hulk when he needs the energy and power to take care of others. Our sadness is an energy we discharge in order to heal. As we discharge the energy over the losses relating to our basic needs, we can integrate the shock of those losses and adapt to reality. Sadness is painful. We try to avoid it. Discharging sadness releases the energy involved in our emotional pain. To hold it in is to freeze the pain within us. The therapeutic slogan is that grieving is the "healing feeling." Fear releases an energy that warns us of danger to our basic needs. Fear is an energy leading to our discernment and wisdom.John Bradshaw Life Slogan Sayings By John Bradshaw: All human development, according to Silvan Tompkins, is rooted in affect (feeling) dynamics because affects
A long decade ago economic growth was the reigning fashion of political economy. It was simultaneously the hottest subject of economic theory and research, a slogan eagerly claimed by politicians of all stripes, and a serious objective of the policies of governments. The climate of opinion has changed dramatically. Disillusioned critics indict both economic science and economic policy for blind obeisance to aggregate material "progress," and for neglect of its costly side effects. Growth, it is charged, distorts national priorities, worsens the distribution of income, and irreparably damages the environment. Paul Erlich speaks for a multitude when he says, "We must acquire a life style which has as its goal maximum freedom and happiness for the individual, not a maximum Gross National Product." [in Nordhaus, William D. and James Tobin., "Is growth obsolete?" Economic Research: Retrospect and Prospect Vol 5: Economic Growth. Nber, 1972. 1-80]James Tobin Life Slogan Sayings By James Tobin: A long decade ago economic growth was the reigning fashion of political economy. It was
Because instant and credible information has to be given, it becomes necessary to resort to guesswork, rumors and suppositions to fill in the voids, and none of them will ever be rectified, they will stay on in the readers' memory. How many hasty, immature, superficial and misleading judgments are expressed every day, confusing readers, without any verification. The press can both simulate public opinion and miseducate it. Thus we may see terrorists heroized, or secret matters, pertaining to one's nation's defense, publicly revealed, or we may witness shameless intrusion on the privacy of well-known people under the slogan: "everyone is entitled to know everything." But this is a false slogan, characteristic of a false era: people also have the right not to know, and it is a much more valuable one. The right not to have their divine souls stuffed with gossip, nonsense, vain talk. A person who works and leads a meaningful life does not need this excessive burdening flow of information.Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Life Slogan Sayings By Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: Because instant and credible information has to be given, it becomes necessary to resort to
Why not - is a slogan for an interesting life.Mason Cooley Life Slogan Sayings By Mason Cooley: Why not - is a slogan for an interesting life.
The preservation of life seems to be rather a slogan than a genuine goal of the anti-abortion forces; what they want is control. Control over behavior: power over women. Women in the anti-choice movement want to share in male power over women, and do so by denying their own womanhood, their own rights and responsibilities.Ursula K. Le Guin Life Slogan Sayings By Ursula K. Le Guin: The preservation of life seems to be rather a slogan than a genuine goal of
I wanted to be a writer as a teen ... so storytelling was my first love. In my late teens, design became an obsession as I realized that I could express myself through the medium. Much later, when I founded Fuseproject in 1999, our slogan became 'design brings stories to life.'Yves Behar Life Slogan Sayings By Yves Behar: I wanted to be a writer as a teen ... so storytelling was my first
The guards hate the priest. To them, men like the priest paper the sky with romantic tissue-paper legends, but down here below the earth, in this enchanted place, we know life cannot be contained on a slogan or a prayer tablet. We know that kindness rules with the fist and chains rule with a turn to the sky, that all humans require penance and without it we all seek punishment, over and over again, until the body and mind are satisfied and we die.Rene Denfeld Life Slogan Sayings By Rene Denfeld: The guards hate the priest. To them, men like the priest paper the sky with
The Keswick, "higher-life" movement ... also contributed to a reduction of interest in biblical theology and deeper scholarship. No Christian in his right mind will desire anything other than true holiness and righteousness in the church of God. But Keswick had isolated one doctrine, holiness, and altered it by the false simplicity contained in the slogan, "Give up, let go and let God." If you want to be holy and righteous, we are told, the intellect is dangerous and it is thought generally unlikely that a good theologian is likely to be a holy person ... You asked me to diagnose the reasons for the present weakness and I am doing it ... If you teach that sanctification consists of "letting go" and letting the Holy Spirit do all the work, then don't blame me if you have no scholars!171Mark A. Noll Life Slogan Sayings By Mark A. Noll: The Keswick, "higher-life" movement ... also contributed to a reduction of interest in biblical theology
At the first stage of his dialectic, Hegel affirms that in so far as death is the common ground of man and
animal, it is by accepting death and even by inviting it that the former differentiates himself from the
latter. At the heart of this primordial struggle for recognition, man is thus identified with violent death.
The mystic slogan "Die and become what you are" is taken up once more by Hegel. But "Become what
you are" gives place to "Become what you so far are not." This primitive and passionate desire for
recognition, which is confused with the will to exist, can be satisfied only by a recognition gradually
extended until it embraces everyone. In that everyone wants equally much to be recognized by everyone,
the fight for life will cease only with the recognition of all by all, which will mark the termination of
history. The existence that Hegelian consciousness seeks to obtain is born in the hard-won glory of
collective approval.
Albert Camus Life Slogan Sayings By Albert Camus: At the first stage of his dialectic, Hegel affirms that in so far as death
Sometimes I'd see my father, walking past my building on his way to another nowhere. I could have given him a key, offered a piece of my floor. A futon. A bed. But I never did. If I let him inside I would become him, the line between us would blur, my own slow-motion car wreck would speed up. The slogan on the side of a moving company truck read TOGETHER WE ARE GOING PLACES
modified by a vandal or a disgruntled employee to read TOGETHER WE ARE GOING DOWN. If I went to the drowning man the drowning man would pull me under. I couldn't be his life raft.
Nick Flynn Life Slogan Sayings By Nick Flynn: Sometimes I'd see my father, walking past my building on his way to another nowhere.
Yes, I eat nothing but shit food and coffee. So what? Guys in my line of work, there's no retirement package. Sooner or later, the fatality rate was a hundred percent. My unofficial motto: eat crap food, bed beautiful women, and slaughter as many unholy sons-of-bitches of the Midnight as I can. Life is short. Insert your favorite slogan here.Joey Ruff Life Slogan Sayings By Joey Ruff: Yes, I eat nothing but shit food and coffee. So what? Guys in my line
Everyone is familiar with the slogan "The personal is political" -- not only that what we experience on a personal level has profound political implications, but that our interior lives, our emotional lives are very much informed by ideology. We oftentimes do the work of the state in and through our interior lives. What we often assume belongs most intimately to ourselves and to our emotional life has been produced elsewhere and has been recruited to do the work of racism and repression.Angela Y. Davis Life Slogan Sayings By Angela Y. Davis: Everyone is familiar with the slogan "The personal is political" -- not only that what