I've reluctantly discarded the notion of my continuing to manage the portfolio after my death abandoning my hope to give new meaning to the term "thinking outside the box."
There are two objectionable types of believers: those who believe the incredible and those who believe that 'belief'must be discarded and replaced by 'thescientific method'.Max Born
In appointing our Ambassador to the United States at this important time, with the 1936 crisis ahead, such considerations as dignity, past career, equity and sentiment must be discarded and a man of ability chosen in the interests of the country. In the light of these considerations, we find Hiroshi Saito, present Minister of Holland, the right person for the post.sadao araki
Less than three months after Japanese capitulation... he discarded all the democratic concepts expressed by his predecessors wartime undertakings... He ditched the Roosevelt thesis and put in first place his declared determination to use the all the power of the government to enable United States imperialism to dominate the post-war world and organize it in its own image.tim buck
The schizophrenic is seen to be afraid of the nihilistic void that … will remain when a rigid world-view is discarded.john carroll
When grown-up persons indulge in practical jokes, the fact gauges them. They have lived narrow, obscure, and ignorant lives, and at full manhood they still retain and cherish a job lot of left-over standards and ideals that would have been discarded with their boyhood if they had then moved out into the world and a broader life.mark twain
How much has to be explored and discarded before reaching the naked flesh of feeling.claude debussy
Although the formulations of science now offer the most advanced knowledge of nature, men continue to use obsolete forms of thought long discarded by scientific theory. In so far as these obsolete forms are superfluous for science, the fact that they persist violated the principle of the economy of thought, that characteristic trait of the bourgeois temper.max horkheimer
If this truth has once and for all been discarded and men have decided for integral adjustment, if reason has been purged of all morality regardless of cost, and has triumphed over all else, no one may remain outside and look on. The existence of one solitary "unreasonable" man elucidates the shame of the entire nation. His existence testifies to the relativity of the system of radical self-preservation that has been posited as absolute.max horkheimer
On their way toward modern science human beings have discarded meaning. The concept is replaced by the formula, the cause by rules.
Such questions, thus too often rejected by the mathematician as metaphysical , are on the other hand discarded by the metaphysician as mathematical: so that, disowned by both, they fall to the ground without any satisfactory discussion at all.
The differences between minds might be... like the differences between languages, or styles of music or art inexhaustible in the limit, but approachable to any degree of approximation you like. But the difference between having a mind and not having a mind at all being something with its own subjective point of view and being something that is all outside and no inside, like a rock or a discarded sliver of fingernail is apparently an all-or-nothing difference.
I have long argued that we need to reopen Alcatraz to house government criminals, and let tourists on excursion boats in San Francisco Bay pay to chum the water with meat with an expired sell-by date that would otherwise have to be discarded.l. neil smith
For India's devout Hindus, the sacred River Ganges is always clean and always pure – even if its waters are a toxic mix of human sewage, discarded garbage and factory waste.Thilaka Ravi
I often find that a novel, even a well-written and compelling novel, can become a blur to me soon after I've finished reading it. I recollect perfectly the feeling of reading it, the mood I occupied, but I am less sure about the narrative details. It is almost as if the book were, as Wittgenstein said of his propositions, a ladder to be climbed and then discarded after it has served its purpose.”