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A Quote by unknown on facts and worry

You never have to worry about contradictions when you stick to the facts.

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A Quote by unknown on facts

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You can't make a fact out of an opinion by raising your voice.

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A Quote by unknown on ability, aim, appreciation, beauty, creativity, criticism, decisions, destruction, discrimination, facts, judgment, meaning, traditions, truth, and work

The real aim of criticism is not the destruction of cherished traditions - although a due regard for the facts does often compel us to revise older opinions - but a fuller appreciation of the beauty and truth of the creative work on which it fixes its regard. The word "criticism" is derived from the Greek word kritikos, which means "the ability to select or discriminate," hence, to decide or judge. The meaning of criticism is thus discriminating judgment.

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A Quote by unknown on facts and people

Some people jump to conclusions while others dig for facts.

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A Quote by unknown on evil, facts, and people

Some people lose sight of the fact that of two evils, it isn't necessary to choose either.

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A Quote by unknown on children and facts

Children seldom misquote you. In fact, they usually repeat word for word what you shouldn't have said.

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A Quote by Thomas Stearns Eliot on birth, death, and facts

Birth, copulation, and death. That's all the facts when you come to brass tacks.

T.S. Eliot (1888 - 1965)

Source: Sweeney Agonistes

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A Quote by Tryon Edwards on assumptions, facts, faith, inconsistency, laws, and science

Science has sometimes been said to be opposed to faith, and inconsistent with it. But all science, in fact, rests on a basis of faith, for it assumes the permanence and uniformity of natural laws-a thing which can never be demonstrated.

Tryon Edwards (1809 - 1894)

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A Quote by Tom Wolfe on belief, facts, and problems

It is very comforting to believe that leaders who do terrible things are, in fact, mad. That way, all we have to do is make sure we don't put psychotics in high places and we've got the problem solved.

Tom Wolfe (1931 -)

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A Quote by Thurgood Marshall on facts and police

Surely the fact that a uniformed police officer is wearing his hair below his collar will make him no less identifiable as a policeman.

Thurgood Marshall (1908 - 1993)

Source: Dissenting opinion in 7-2 ruling that upheld police rules on short haircuts and no beards, 6 Apr 76

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