Subject And Predicate Famous Quotes & Sayings

15 Subject And Predicate Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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I'm no online whiz, but I'm not a Luddite, either. I love that we have these laptops and tablets and smart phones; they're awesome and convenient and all that. It's more about maintaining balance. Technology should always be a predicate of the true subject: our individual humanity, our examined lives.Paul Harding Subject And Predicate Sayings By Paul Harding: I'm no online whiz, but I'm not a Luddite, either. I love that we have
[I]f God as a subject is the determined, while the quality, the predicate, is determining, then in truth the rank of the godhead is due not to the subject, but to the predicate.Ludwig Feuerbach Subject And Predicate Sayings By Ludwig Feuerbach: [I]f God as a subject is the determined, while the quality, the predicate, is determining,
He was my teacher, and he had wrapped himself, his elaborate historical self, into this package, and stood in front of the high windows, to teach me my little lesson, which turned out to be not about Poland or fascism or war, borderlines or passion or loyalty, but just about the sentence: the importance of, the sweetness of. And I did long for it, to say one true sentence of my own, to leap into the subject, that sturdy vessel traveling upstream through the axonal predicate possibility; into what little we know of the future, of eternity.Rebecca Lee Subject And Predicate Sayings By Rebecca Lee: He was my teacher, and he had wrapped himself, his elaborate historical self, into this
As a Black woman filmmaker I feel that's my job: visibility. And my preference within that job is Black subjectivity. Meaning I'm interested in the lives of Black folk as the subject. Not the predicate, not the tangent.[These stories] deserve to be told. Not as sociology, not as spectacle, not as a singular event that happens every so often, but regularly and purposefully as truth and as art on an ongoing basis, as do the stories of all the women you love.Ava DuVernay Subject And Predicate Sayings By Ava DuVernay: As a Black woman filmmaker I feel that's my job: visibility. And my preference within
You are all at once the subject, object, predicate, preposition, and period of my thoughts.Daria Snadowsky Subject And Predicate Sayings By Daria Snadowsky: You are all at once the subject, object, predicate, preposition, and period of my thoughts.
It is only when the question ceases to be identified with the subject-verb-predicate structure of grammar, and is recognized within its original ground, within existence itself, that we can start looking for an answer. But such an answer will not be restricted to the confinements of language; it too must be revealed within an existential structure.Stephen Batchelor Subject And Predicate Sayings By Stephen Batchelor: It is only when the question ceases to be identified with the subject-verb-predicate structure of
Stupid English."
"English isn't stupid," I say.
"Well, my English teacher is." He makes a face. "Mr. Franklin assigned an essay about our favorite subject, and I wanted to write about lunch, but he won't let me."
"Why not?"
"He says lunch isn't a subject."
I glance at him. "It isn't."
"Well," Jacob says, "it's not a predicate, either. Shouldn't he know that?
Jodi Picoult Subject And Predicate Sayings By Jodi Picoult: Stupid English.""English isn't stupid," I say."Well, my English teacher is." He makes a face. "Mr.
The only thing that words can do with any real precision or accuracy is hang together. Accuracy of description in language is not possible beyond a certain point: the most faithfully descriptive account of anything will always turn away from what it describes into its own self-contained grammatical fictions of subject and predicate and object.Northrop Frye Subject And Predicate Sayings By Northrop Frye: The only thing that words can do with any real precision or accuracy is hang
For if the Absolute has predicates, then there are predicates; but the proposition "there are predicates" is not one which the present theory can admit. We cannot escape by saying that the predicates merely qualify the Absolute; for the Absolute cannot be qualified by nothing, so that the proposition "there are predicates" is logically prior to the proposition "the Absolute has predicates". Thus the theory itself demands, as its logical prius, a proposition without a subject and a predicate; moreover this proposition involves diversity, for even if there be only one predicate, this must be different from the one subject. Again, since there is a predicate, the predicate is an entity, and its predicability of the Absolute is a relation between it and the Absolute. Thus the very proposition which was to be non-relational turns out to be, after all, relational, and to express a relation which current philosophical language would describe as purely external.Bertrand Russell Subject And Predicate Sayings By Bertrand Russell: For if the Absolute has predicates, then there are predicates; but the proposition "there are
ATTRIBUTE, TERM, SUBJECT, PREDICATE, PARTICULAR, UNIVERSAL
charmingly useful, if any friend should happen to ask if you have ever studied Logic. Mind you bring all seven words into your answer, and you friend will go away deeply impressed
'a sadder and a wiser
Lewis Carroll Subject And Predicate Sayings By Lewis Carroll: ATTRIBUTE, TERM, SUBJECT, PREDICATE, PARTICULAR, UNIVERSALcharmingly useful, if any friend should happen to ask if
(1) an attribute is predicated of some subject, (35) so that the subject to which 'being' is attributed will not be, as it is something different from 'being'. [186b] Something, therefore, which is not will be. Hence 'substance' will not be a predicate of anything else. For the subject cannot be a being, unless 'being' means several things, in such a way that each is something. But ex hypothesi 'being' means only one thing.Aristotle. Subject And Predicate Sayings By Aristotle.: (1) an attribute is predicated of some subject, (35) so that the subject to which
Writing simply means no dependent clauses, no dangling things, no flashbacks, and keeping the subject near the predicate. We throw in as many fresh words we can get away with. Simple, short sentences don't always work. You have to do tricks with pacing, alternate long sentences with short, to keep it vital and alive.... Virtually every page is a cliffhanger--you've got to force them to turn it."~Dr. Seuss Subject And Predicate Sayings By Dr. Seuss: Writing simply means no dependent clauses, no dangling things, no flashbacks, and keeping the subject
To me, a philosopher who says that the distinction between human and nonhuman depends on whether you have a white or a black skin, and a philosopher who says that the distinction between human and nonhuman depends on whether or not you know the difference between a subject and a predicate, are more alike than they are unlike.J.M. Coetzee Subject And Predicate Sayings By J.M. Coetzee: To me, a philosopher who says that the distinction between human and nonhuman depends on
Every proposition, true or false - so the present theory contends - ascribes a predicate to a subject, and - what is a corollary from the above - there is only one subject. The consequences of this doctrine are so strange, that I cannot believe they have been realized by those who maintain it. The theory is in fact self-contradictory.Bertrand Russell Subject And Predicate Sayings By Bertrand Russell: Every proposition, true or false - so the present theory contends - ascribes a predicate
And I did long for it, to say one true sentence of my own, to leap into the subject, that sturdy vessel travelling upstream through the axonal predicate into what is possible; into the object, which is all possibility; into what little we know of the future, of eternity--the light of which, incidentally, was streaming in on us just then through the high windows. Above Stasselova's head the storm clouds were dispersing, as if frightened by some impending goodwill, and I could see tht the birds were out again, forming into that familiar pointy hieroglyph, as they're told to do from deep within.Rebecca Lee Subject And Predicate Sayings By Rebecca Lee: And I did long for it, to say one true sentence of my own, to