Panoptic Famous Quotes & Sayings

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10 Panoptic Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Panoptic Sayings By Bryan Kest: As a matter of fact, wherever I get to is a direct result of where As a matter of fact, wherever I get to is a direct result of where I'm at now which makes where I'm at now equally important. — Bryan Kest
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Panoptic Sayings By Jesse Sheidlower: In general, American slang is much better than English slang. The entire world picks up In general, American slang is much better than English slang. The entire world picks up American slang. — Jesse Sheidlower
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Panoptic Sayings By Michel De Certeau: The long poem of walking manipulates spatial organizations, no matter how panoptic they may be: The long poem of walking manipulates spatial organizations, no matter how panoptic they may be: it is neither foreign to them (it can take place only within them) nor in conformity with them (it does not receive its identity from them). It creates shadows and ambiguities within them. It inserts its multitudinous references and citations into them (social models, cultural mores, personal factors). Within them it is itself the effect of successive encounters and occasions that constantly alter it and make it the other's blazon: in other words, it is like a peddler carrying something surprising, transverse or attractive compared with the usual choice. These diverse aspects provide the basis of a rhetoric. They can even be said to define it. — Michel De Certeau
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Panoptic Sayings By Alan Bennett: Art comes out of art; it begins with imitation, often in the form of parody, Art comes out of art; it begins with imitation, often in the form of parody, and it's in the process of imitating the voice of others that one comes to learn the sound of one's own. — Alan Bennett
Panoptic Sayings By Virginia Konchan: he - the fatal lodestar - sinkshis rapier into the ground,reclines on a four-poster bedof he -
the fatal lodestar - sinks
his rapier into the ground,
reclines on a four-poster bed

of crinoline and trash, remembers
the fidelity of man, his honorific
native tongue, humbly requests
a glass of water. It is the last glass

of water in the world. The fly
merely circulates. I could die here,
not unhappily, but won't; -
the world will continue,

panoptic, bread will be baked,
the children will sleep fast.
It is the first day of the last day.
The low tide moans its applause — Virginia Konchan
Panoptic Sayings By Kresley Cole: Hate Scars. I'm physically flawless-why can't everyone be? Everywhere Lothaire went, people stopped and stared. Hate Scars. I'm physically flawless-why can't everyone be? Everywhere Lothaire went, people stopped and stared. Of course, then they usually ran. Lothair Enemy of Old — Kresley Cole
Panoptic Sayings By George Soros: Misconceptions play a prominent role in my view of the world. Misconceptions play a prominent role in my view of the world. — George Soros
Panoptic Sayings By Paul Ableman: An artist in this nuthouse century is like a man running an obstacle race fitted An artist in this nuthouse century is like a man running an obstacle race fitted out with all the gadgets of our riotous technology. He gets blown a mile into the air on a jet of liquid helium, shuttles about on little rocket tubes, plunges into the deeps of the ocean, shoots out again a hundred miles into the space while lurid sights and sounds shred his senses. Every year, every month, and 'panoptic' work appears and warps his consciousness into a new shape. Knowledge itself is in a molten, a plasmatic state and what titanic electromagnetic grip of intellect would be required to lock it solid long enough to reach artistic fusion point? The damned language becomes obsolete as it clatters from the typewriter. — Paul Ableman
Panoptic Sayings By John Verdon: Whatever it was that had drawn him to police work, that had wed him to Whatever it was that had drawn him to police work, that had wed him to the job for so many years, it surely wasn't the appeal of a gun or the deceptively simple solution it offers. — John Verdon
Panoptic Sayings By Elizabeth Goudge: What we are made to do we seldom do well, what we do of our What we are made to do we seldom do well, what we do of our own choice we make a success of for very pride. — Elizabeth Goudge