Conceivable Related Quotes



If a measurement matters at all, it is because it must have some conceivable effect on decisions and behaviour. If we can't identify a decision that could be affected by a proposed measurement and how it could change those decisions, then the measurement simply has no value

Douglas W. Hubbard


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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.

Ann Coulter


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We can no more tolerate neutrality and benevolence toward every conceivable form of discourse, including that of magical thinking, than we can lump together executioner and victim, good and evil.

Michel Onfray


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“It's conceivable that the D.A. could find that there is not enough evidence. It would be unusual, but this is an unusual case.”

Harland Braun


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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.

Georges Bataille


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“It's certainly conceivable that based on the broad concerns of the mission they may require that training or that the battalion as a whole will do that kind of mission.”

Lt. Veronica Saffo


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If every conceivable precaution is taken at first, one is often too discouraged to proceed at all.

Archer John Porter Martin


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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.

Walt Whitman


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Free will without fate is no more conceivable than spirit without matter, good without evil.

Friedrich Nietzsche


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The relationship between [John] Adams and [Tomas] Jefferson was extraordinary. They differed on every conceivable issue, except on the Revolution and the love of their country.

Gordon S. Wood


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