Socrate Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Top 16 Socrate Quotes

#1. I think that ultimately over time we really should strive for a place where most information is available online and is searchable. - Author: Marissa Mayer
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#2. I have a secret goal with my editor - he has asthma and uses his inhaler, and after I send him a new manuscript, I'll have his assistant phone me and tell me how many times he had to get his inhaler out while reading a draft. It's my secret laugh meter. - Author: Chuck Palahniuk
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#3. There were two primary distributors of books at that time, Ingram and Baker and Taylor, so a new retailer wouldn't have to approach each of the thousands of book publishers individually. - Author: Anonymous
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#4. Holding that memory snugly against my heart, I realized that I wasn't sad anymore. I was determined. I had to get through this- whatever it took- for Quin. - Author: Ellery A. Kane
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#5. We complain that the world is an ugly place to live and grow; we never learn to see the beauty of the world. - Author: Debasish Mridha
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#6. As a Roman philosopher, Cicero, said of him a few hundred years later, Socrates 'called philosophy down from the sky and established her in the towns and introduced her into homes and forced her to investigate life, ethics, good and evil. - Author: Jostein Gaarder
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#7. Maybe Cinderella was the bad guy in the story, and her stepsisters were just nerdy girls who wanted a boyfriend. How politically correct was it, really, to make the villains ugly? And how realistic? In my experience, it was usually the pretty people who were mean to the ugly ones, not the other way. - Author: Alex Flinn
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#8. by allowance" and "loving with personal love." This distinction applies to books as well as to men and women; and in the case of the not very numerous authors who are the objects of the personal affection, it brings a curious consequence with it. There - Author: Jane Austen
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#9. I still haven't quite caught on to the idea of writing without dialogue. I like writing dialogue, and there's nothing wrong with dialogue in movies. - Author: Kenneth Lonergan
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#10. Wit lives in the present, but genius survives the future. - Author: Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
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#11. Introverts function better than extroverts when sleep deprived, which is a cortically de-arousing condition - Author: Susan Cain
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#12. What is called a high standard of living consists, in considerable measure, in arrangements for avoiding muscular energy, for increasing sensual pleasure and enhancing caloric intake above any conceivable nutritional requirement. - Author: John Kenneth Galbraith
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#13. Why do economists fall in love with authoritarian governments? - Author: Yasheng Huang
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#14. If I don't love myself, I won't survive. - Author: Lisa Lopes
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#15. There's a tendency for people to think that celebrities do whatever they want, spend whatever they want, and it's completely out of control. While some of that may be true, I've never met a celebrity who threw caution to the wind and thought they could do anything. That's not the thought process. - Author: Willie Aames
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#16. Soon, she and the rest of them would be ironic much of the time, unable to answer an innocent question without giving their words a snide little adjustment. Fairly soon after that, the snideness would soften, the irony would be mixed in with seriousness, and the years would shorten and fly. - Author: Meg Wolitzer
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