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9 Scientificity Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Scientificity Sayings By Don Cheadle: I pray that our leaders stop pointing fingers and playing the blame game and seek I pray that our leaders stop pointing fingers and playing the blame game and seek a real solution for the good of the planet and all who inhabit it. — Don Cheadle
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Scientificity Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: Enjoyment and innocence are the most bashful things: both do not want to be sought. Enjoyment and innocence are the most bashful things: both do not want to be sought. — Friedrich Nietzsche
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Scientificity Sayings By Edna O'Brien: You would not believe how many words there are for 'home' and what savage music You would not believe how many words there are for 'home' and what savage music there can be wrung from it. — Edna O'Brien
Scientificity Sayings By Biz Stone: I believe that the open exchange of information can have a positive global impact. I believe that the open exchange of information can have a positive global impact. — Biz Stone
Scientificity Sayings By Ian McEwan: We couldn't free ourselves into the present. Instead we wanted to think about setting other We couldn't free ourselves into the present. Instead we wanted to think about setting other people free. We wanted to think about their unhappiness. We used their wretchedness to mask our own. And our wretchedness was our inability to take the simple good things life was offering us and be glad to have them. — Ian McEwan
Scientificity Sayings By Cornel West: The authority of science ... promotes and encourages the activity of observing, comparing, measuring and The authority of science ... promotes and encourages the activity of observing, comparing, measuring and ordering the physical characteristics of human bodies ... Cartesian epistemology and classical ideals produced forms of rationality, scientificity and objectivity that, though efficacious in the quest for truth and knowledge, prohibited the intelligibility and legitimacy of black equality ... In fact, to "think" such an idea was to be deemed irrational, barbaric or mad. — Cornel West
Scientificity Sayings By Agatha Christie: A man in drink can be like a ravening wolf. A man in drink can be like a ravening wolf. — Agatha Christie
Scientificity Sayings By Pierre Bourdieu: The entire destiny of modern linguistics is in fact determined by Saussure's inaugural act through The entire destiny of modern linguistics is in fact determined by Saussure's inaugural act through which he separates the 'external' elements of linguistics from the 'internal' elements, and, by reserving the title of linguistics for the latter, excludes from it all the investigations which establish a relationship between language and anthropology, the political history of those who speak it, or even the geography of the domain where it is spoken, because all of these things add nothing to a knowledge of language taken in itself. Given that it sprang from the autonomy attributed to language in relation to its social conditions of production, reproduction and use, structural linguistics could not become the dominant social science without exercising an ideological effect, by bestowing the appearance of scientificity on the naturalization of the products of history, that is, on symbolic objects. — Pierre Bourdieu
Scientificity Sayings By Julie Parker: May the Love you are blossom into Being. With each unfurling petal May you know May the Love you are
blossom into Being.
With each unfurling petal
May you know the beauty
of your Soul.
May you sow seeds of Love
through every season — Julie Parker