Comprehensive Related Quotes

Architects, if they are really to be comprehensive, must assume the enormous task of thinking in terms always disciplined to the scale of the total world pattern of needs, its resource flows, its recirculatory and regenerative processes.

Richard Buckminster Fuller

“It's a comprehensive program involving all the parties.”

Susan Cruzan

The power of generalizing ideas, of drawing comprehensive conclusions from individual observations, is the only acquirement, for an immortal being, that really deserves the name of knowledge.

Mary Wollstonecraft

“I think they wrote comprehensive regulations, and they did a great job. They kept compromising. They did a good job of protecting the environment while allowing reasonable access.”

Steve Moore

“In short, it may be said that on paper the obligations to settle international disputes peacefully are now so comprehensive and far-reaching that it is almost impossible for a state to resort to war without violating one or more solemn treaty obligations.”

Arthur Henderson

We need a new Latin American policy that is bold - different. We need to focus on building civil society, focus on the lack of infrastructure. We need look at ways to foster economic opportunity. There needs to be a more comprehensive economic vision in the region.

Mel Martinez

One of humanity's prime drives is to understand and be understood. All other living creatures are designed for highly specialized tasks. Man seems unique as the comprehensive comprehender and co-ordinator of local universe affairs.

R. Buckminster Fuller

I have a comprehensive energy policy, but it really does include fighting climate change, because I think that is a serious problem.

Hillary Clinton

Nothing really succeeds which is not based on reality; sham, in a large sense, is never successful. In the life of the individual, as in the more comprehensive life of the State, pretension is nothing and power is everything.

Edwin Percy Whipple

“We have put an offer on the table that we believe is comprehensive and fair,”

David Frail