Quotes of Corresponding

“ Vaccination is the medical sacrament corresponding to baptism. ”

- Samuel Butler

“ Too much may be the equivalent of none at all. ”

- Lee Loevinger

“ The sexes in each species of beings … are always true equivalents-equals but not identical. ”

- Antoinette Brown Blackwell

“ For each chromosome contributed by the sperm there is a corresponding chromosome contributed by the egg, there are two chromosomes of each kind, which together constitute a pair. ”

- Thomas Hunt Morgan

“ I believe that the ego is incapable of splitting the object - internal and external-without a corresponding splitting taking place within the ego. ”

- Melanie Klein

“ With every civil right there has to be a corresponding civil obligation. ”

- Edison Haines

“ There is a muscular energy in sunlight corresponding to the spiritual energy of wind. ”

- Annie Dillard

“ We are happy when for everything inside us there is a corresponding something outside us. ”

- William Butler Yeats

“ To every disadvantage there is a corresponding advantage. ”

- W. Clement Stone

“ The principle of life is that life responds by corresponding; your life becomes the thing you have decided it shall be. ”

- Raymond Charles Barker

“ It is not the cares of today, but the cares of tomorrow that weigh a man down. For the needs of today we have corresponding strength given. For the morrow we are told to trust. It is not ours yet. ”

- George MacDonald

“ Every suggested idea produces a corresponding physical reaction. Every idea constantly repeated ends by being engraved upon the brain, provoking the act which corresponds to that idea. ”

- Scott Reed

“ For no continuity of social act is possible without a corresponding social status and the many different kinds of act required in an industrial state, with its high degree of specialization, make for corresponding classification of status. ”

- Kenneth Burke

“ If we consider that all we deal with represents constantly changing sub-microscopic, interrelated processes which are not, and cannot be identical with themselves, the old dictum that everything is identical with itself becomes in a principle invariably false to facts. ”

- Alfred Korzybski

“ X in our alphabet being a needless letter has an added invincibility to the attacks of the spelling reformers, and like them, will doubtless last as long as the language. X is the sacred symbol of ten dollars, and in such words as Xmas, Xn, etc., stands for Christ, not, as is popular supposed, because it represents a cross, but because the corresponding letter in the Greek alphabet is the initial of his name — Xristos… ”

- Ambrose Bierce

“ There are no rights whatever without corresponding duties. Look at the history of the growth of our constitution, and you will see that our ancestors never upon any occasion stated, as a ground for claiming any of their privileges, an abstract right inherent in themselves; you will nowhere in our parliamentary records find the miserable sophism of the ghts of Man. ”

- Samuel Taylor Coleridge

“ The society of merchants can be defined as a society in which things disappear in favor of signs. When a ruling class measures its fortunes, not by the acre of land or the ingot of gold, but by the number of figures corresponding ideally to a certain number of exchange operations, it thereby condemns itself to setting a certain kind of humbug at the center of its experience and its universe… ”

- Albert Camus

“ Separated lovers cheat absence by a thousand fancies which have their own reality. They are prevented from seeing one another and they cannot write; nevertheless they find countless mysterious ways of corresponding, by sending each other the song of birds. ”

- Victor Hugo

“ Men speak of natural rights, but I challenge any one to show where in nature any rights existed or were recognized until there was established for their declaration and protection a duly promulgated body of corresponding laws. ”

- Calvin Coolidge

“ Intuition and concepts constitute… the elements of all our knowledge, so that neither concepts without an intuition in some way corresponding to them, nor intuition without concepts, can yield knowledge. ”

- Immanuel Kant
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