Conceivable Related Quotes
From every conceivable angle-economic social, cultural, public health, national defense-conservation of natural resources is an objective on which all should agree.
A world of unseen dictatorship is conceivable, still using the forms of democratic government.
The earth does not argue, Is not pathetic, has no arrangements, Does not scream, haste, persuade, threaten, promise, Makes no discriminations, has no conceivable failures, Closes nothing, refuses nothing, shuts none out.
I have for myself no conceivable complaint to make, and yet for American literature in general, and its standing in a country where industrialism and finance and science flourish and the only arts that are vital and respected are architecture and the film, I have a considerable complaint.
“It dawned on the market that it was conceivable that there was more to the story than met the eye. And then you're in a difficult situation.”
Hunger is a powerful persuader if it happens, and it's conceivable that it could happen. Country people have always known this.
Though the immediate impression of rebellion may obscure the fact, the task of authentic literature is nevertheless only conceivable in terms of a desire for fundamental communication with the reader.
Poetry is simply literature reduced to the essence of its active principle. It is purged of idols of every kind, of realistic illusions, of any conceivable equivocation between the language of "truth" and the language of "creation.
Only a war that serves no conceivable national interest gets the New York Time's endorsement. Liberals warm to the idea of American mothers weeping for their sons, but only if their deaths will not make America any safer.