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6 Reconstituting Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Reconstituting Sayings By Naomi Wolf: I did not imagine that pregnant women were 'naturally' any more sensitive or exalted than I did not imagine that pregnant women were 'naturally' any more sensitive or exalted than people in any other condition; only it seemed as if - perhaps because we are in such a twilight state, a melting down and reconstituting of the self - there was more opportunity to hear strains from what must be the other side, the moral music of the sphere. — Naomi Wolf
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Reconstituting Sayings By Vaclav Havel: The question is ... whether we shall, by whatever means, succeed in reconstituting the natural The question is ... whether we shall, by whatever means, succeed in reconstituting the natural world as the true terrain of politics, rehabilitating the personal experience of human beings as the initial measure of things, placing morality above politics and responsibility above our desires, in making human community meaningful, in returning content to human speech, in reconstituting, as the focus of all social action, the autonomous, integral, and dignified human I, ... — Vaclav Havel
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Reconstituting Sayings By Jeremy Seabrook: The child tends to be stripped of all social influences but those of the market The child tends to be stripped of all social influences but those of the market place, all sense of place, function and class is weakened, the characteristics of region and clan, neighborhood or kindred are attenuated. The individual is denuded of everything but appetities, desires and tastes, wrenched from any context of human obligation or commitment. It is a process of mutilation; and once this has been achieved, we are offered the consolation of reconstituting the abbreviated humanity out of the things and the goods around us, and the fantasies and vapors which they emit. A culture becomes the main determinant upon morality, beliefs and purposes, usurping more and more territory that formerly belonged to parents, teachers, community, priests and politics alike. — Jeremy Seabrook
Reconstituting Sayings By Jeremy Seabrook: The individual is denuded of everything but appetites, desires, and tastes, wrenched from any context The individual is denuded of everything but appetites, desires, and tastes, wrenched from any context of human obligation or commitment. It is a process of mutilation; and once this has been achieved, we are offered the consolation of reconstituting the abbreviated humanity out of the things and the goods around us, and the fantasies and vapors which they emit. — Jeremy Seabrook
Reconstituting Sayings By George Orwell: People invent new machines and improve existing ones almost unconsciously, rather as a Somnambulist will People invent new machines and improve existing ones almost unconsciously, rather as a Somnambulist will go walking in his sleep. The interesting puzzle in our times is that we so willingly sleepwalk through the process of reconstituting the conditions of human existence. — George Orwell
Reconstituting Sayings By Sanjeev Bhaskar: I was greatly influenced by 'The Goons' and 'Monty Python' reconstituting what comedy was - I was greatly influenced by 'The Goons' and 'Monty Python' reconstituting what comedy was - it could come from a funny word, not just a set up and a pay-off. I liked the zaniness; they were satirical, slightly saucy and very literary in their references. — Sanjeev Bhaskar