„It cannot therefore be true that images are the textbooks of laypersons. For they are unable to learn their salvation from them. … How can you save lay persons when you ascribe to images the power which God gave to his word alone?“

Forrás: On the Removal of Images (1522), p. 107

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Andreas Karlstadt fénykép
Andreas Karlstadt
1486 - 1541

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Coventry Patmore fénykép

„As the Word of God is God's image, so the word of man is his image, and "a man is known by his speech."“

—  Coventry Patmore English poet 1823 - 1896

Vol. II, Ch. V Aphorisms and Extracts, p. 72.
Memoirs and Correspondence (1900)

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„You can safely assume you’ve created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do.“

—  Anne Lamott Novelist, essayist, memoirist, activist 1954

Traveling Mercies; on page 22 of Bird by Bird she attributes this to "my priest friend Tom"

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„The poet presents the imagination with images from life and human characters and situations, sets them all in motion and leaves it to the beholder to let these images take his thoughts as far as his mental powers will permit.“

—  Arthur Schopenhauer, könyv Parerga and Paralipomena

Vol. 2 "On Philosophy and the Intellect" as translated in Essays and Aphorisms (1970), as translated by R. J. Hollingdale
Parerga and Paralipomena (1851), Counsels and Maxims
Kontextus: The poet presents the imagination with images from life and human characters and situations, sets them all in motion and leaves it to the beholder to let these images take his thoughts as far as his mental powers will permit. This is why he is able to engage men of the most differing capabilities, indeed fools and sages together. The philosopher, on the other hand, presents not life itself but the finished thoughts which he has abstracted from it and then demands that the reader should think precisely as, and precisely as far as, he himself thinks. That is why his public is so small.

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„First, a man is created in his own image, and only afterwards in the image of God.“

—  Menachem Mendel of Kotzk Polish rabbi 1787 - 1859

As quoted in Leaping Souls : Rabbi Menachem Mendel And The Spirit Of Kotzk (1993) by Chaim Feinberg
Variant translation: Man must "guard himself and his uniqueness, and not imitate his fellow … for initially man was created in his own image, and only afterwards in the image of God.

„First you must have the images, then come the words.“

—  Robert James Waller, The Bridges of Madison County

Forrás: The Bridges of Madison County

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