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A good writer possesses not only his own spirit but also the spirit of his friends.

Friedrich Nietzsche

No species, ours included, possesses a purpose beyond the imperatives created by its genetic history.


“I like to think that he possesses my better traits, ... But he is very much his own person.”

Christopher Paolini

Competition is like experimentation in science, a discovery process, and it must rely on the self interest of producers, it must allow them to use their knowledge for their purposes, because nobody else possesses the information

Friedrich August Von Hayek

“Having twice escaped from New York's scrutiny and with a closing job again, Benitez, who still possesses a fastball in the mid to upper 90's, will again be an effective closer.”

Armando Benitez

Religion, it is true, still possesses the huge if cumbersome and unwieldy advantage of having come first.

Christopher Hitchens

“Yucca Mountain was recommended by the U.S. Geological Survey because of the attributes the site possesses including a stable geology, a deep water table, no one lives there, it's a desert environment and ... it's remote,”

Allen Benson

Humanity today possesses sufficient economic, cultural and spiritual resources to introduce a better global order.

Hans Kung

Snakes and monkeys are subjected to the demon more than other animals. Satan lives in them and possesses them. He uses them to deceive men and to injure them.

Martin Luther

Courage is perhaps our most admirable trait. The man, or woman, who possesses it is able to plunge ahead, despite dangers, despite warnings, despite hazards of all kinds, to attack the task at hand. Often, it is indistinguishable from stupidity.

Jack Mcdevitt