„And because the condition of Man, (as hath been declared in the precedent Chapter) is a condition of Warre of every one against everyone“

—  Thomas Hobbes, könyv Leviathan

The First Part, Chapter 14, p. 64.
Leviathan (1651)
Kontextus: And because the condition of Man, (as hath been declared in the precedent Chapter) is a condition of Warre of every one against everyone; in which case every one is governed by his own Reason; and there is nothing he can make use of, that may not be a help unto him, in preserving his life against his enemyes; It followeth, that in such a condition, every man has a Right to every thing; even to one anothers body.

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angol filozófus 1588 - 1679

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„One believes things because one has been conditioned to believe them.“

—  Aldous Huxley, könyv Brave New World

The Controller, Mustapha Mond, in Ch. 17
Változat: People believe in God because they've been conditioned to believe in God.
Forrás: Brave New World (1932)

Michel De Montaigne fénykép

„Every man bears the whole stamp of the human condition.“

—  Michel De Montaigne, könyv Essays

Chaque homme porte la forme, entière de l'humaîne condition.
Book III, Ch. 2
Essais (1595), Book III

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„Every man has within himself the entire human condition“

—  Michel De Montaigne, könyv Essays

Book III, Ch. 2
Essais (1595), Book III
Változat: Every man bears the whole stamp of the human condition.

„The answer is because we've been taught and conditioned by the world to believe that love is a feeling.“

—  Barry Long Australian spiritual teacher and writer 1926 - 2003

Love is not a feeling ~ The Article (1995)
Kontextus: I suppose the most radical part of my teaching at present is that love is not a feeling. Everybody suffers from love, or the fear of it, or the lack of it. Why? Why is love so universally and inevitably heart-breaking, whether it be through the end of a love affair, the death of a loved one or being locked in with the habitual casualness or grim indifference of a partner? The answer is because we've been taught and conditioned by the world to believe that love is a feeling.

Leonard H. Courtney fénykép

„It is the common fate of the indolent to see their rights become a prey to the active. The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance.“

—  Leonard H. Courtney British politician 1832 - 1918

Kontextus: : These have often been attributed to Thomas Jefferson, but also to Thomas Paine, Abraham Lincoln, and many others; Lord Denning in The Road to Justice (1988) states that the phrase originated in a statement of Irish orator John Philpot Curran in 1790: "It is the common fate of the indolent to see their rights become a prey to the active. The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance."

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„Hope is necessary in every condition.“

—  Samuel Johnson, The Rambler

No. 67 (6 November 1750)
The Rambler (1750–1752)
Kontextus: Hope is necessary in every condition. The miseries of poverty, of sickness, or captivity, would, without this comfort, be insupportable; nor does it appear that the happiest lot of terrestrial existence can set us above the want of this general blessing; or that life, when the gifts of nature and of fortune are accumulated upon it, would not still be wretched, were it not elevated and delighted by the expectation of some new possession, of some enjoyment yet behind, by which the wish shall at last be satisfied, and the heart filled up to its utmost extent.

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„Our laws force women into celibacy on the one hand, or abortion on the other. [npg] Both conditions are declared by eminent medical authorities to be injurious to health.“

—  Margaret Sanger American birth control activist, educator and nurse 1879 - 1966

"Morality and Birth Control", February-March, 1918, pp. 11,14.
Birth Control Review, 1918-32

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