„What life means to me is to put the content of Shelley into the form of Zola.“

Cosmopolitan (October 1906)
Kontextus: What life means to me is to put the content of Shelley into the form of Zola. The proletarian writer is a writer with a purpose; he thinks no more of "art for art's sake" than a man on a sinking ship thinks of painting a beautiful picture in the cabin; he thinks of getting ashore — and then there will be time enough for art.

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Upton Sinclair fénykép
Upton Sinclair
amerikai regényíró 1878 - 1968

Hasonló idézetek

Peter Wessel Zapffe fénykép
Letitia Elizabeth Landon fénykép
Harold Bloom fénykép
Jane Roberts fénykép
Isaac Asimov fénykép

„But suppose we were to teach creationism. What would be the content of the teaching? Merely that a creator formed the universe and all species of life ready-made? Nothing more? No details?“

—  Isaac Asimov American writer and professor of biochemistry at Boston University, known for his works of science fiction and popular … 1920 - 1992

"The Dangerous Myth of Creationism" in Penthouse (January 1982); reprinted as Ch. 2 : "Creationism and the Schools" in The Roving Mind (1983), p. 16
General sources

Paul Gauguin fénykép

„Life being what it is, one dreams of revenge — and has to content oneself with dreaming.“

—  Paul Gauguin French Post-Impressionist artist 1848 - 1903

Quote in Avant et Après, (1903); taken from Paul Gauguin's Intimate Journals, trans. (1923) Van Wyck Brooks [Dover, 1997, ISBN 0-486-29441-2], p. 2
1890s - 1910s

Kent Hovind fénykép
Edgar Lee Masters fénykép
Leo Tolstoy fénykép
W. H. Auden fénykép
Darren Shan fénykép
John Green fénykép

„What's the meaning of life?' Other people.“

—  John Green American author and vlogger 1977

100 QUESTIONS ANSWERED!!!!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJs1dLGbGZY
YouTube

Virginia Woolf fénykép
Charlie Chaplin fénykép

„What do you want meaning for? Life is desire, not meaning.“

—  Charlie Chaplin British comic actor and filmmaker 1889 - 1977

Forrás: My Life In Pictures

Margaret Atwood fénykép
Karen Armstrong fénykép

„Religion is really an art form and a struggle to find value and meaning amid the ghastly tragedy of human life.“

—  Karen Armstrong author and comparative religion scholar from Great Britain 1944

Ode interview (2009)
Kontextus: A lot of the arguments about religion going on at the moment spring from a rather inept understanding of religious truth … Our notion changed during the early modern period when we became convinced that the only path to any kind of truth was reason. That works beautifully for science but doesn't work so well for the humanities. Religion is really an art form and a struggle to find value and meaning amid the ghastly tragedy of human life.

Colin Wilson fénykép

„The evolutionary urge drives man to seek for intenser forms of fulfillment, since his basic urge is for more life, more consciousness, and this contentment has an air of stagnation that the healthy mind rejects.“

—  Colin Wilson author 1931 - 2013

This recognition lies at the centre of my own 'outsider theory': that there are human beings to whom comfort means nothing, but whose happiness consists in following an obscure inner-drive, an 'appetite for reality'.
Forrás: Tree By Tolkien (1974), p. 32

Alice A. Bailey fénykép
Ludwig Wittgenstein fénykép

„What has to be accepted, the given, is — so one could say — forms of life.“

—  Ludwig Wittgenstein, könyv Philosophical Investigations

Pt II, p. 226 of the 1968 English edition
Philosophical Investigations (1953)

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