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Quotes - February 2015

Alexei Muravsky

This is quite a game, politics. There are no permanent enemies, and no permanent friends, only permanent interests.
— William Clay

The whole submersion lasted only seconds, but it demanded more endurance than we usually have in our bodies. There is greater strength in the human mechanism than that of the muscles alone.
— Thor Heyerdahl, Kon-Tiki

Statistics is a formalized version of common sense, and common sense has been around since time immemorial. We need statistics for the same reasons we need common sense, (1) to evaluate new events relative to previous events and (2) to make predictions of future events on the basis of present events. Both of these activities are essential for survival.
— Margarete Wolfram & Lynda Cheng, Statistical Concepts and Procedures: The Essentials

Let no youth have any anxiety about the upshot of his education, whatever the line of it may be. If he keeps faithfully busy each hour of the working day, he may safely leave the final result to itself. He can, with perfect certainty, count on waking up some fine morning to find himself one of the competent ones of his generation, in whatever pursuit he may have singled out.
— William James via Dale Carnegie, Public Speaking for Success

Learning to withhold or inhibit responses is just as important as learning to make responses, if not more so.
— Michael Domjan, The Principles of Learning and Behaviour

It is typical of Caesar’s presentation that circumstances are introduced as motives and incorporated into the dynamic of the action, that the syntactic build-up draws the reader into the movement and that the tension is released only when the action begins.
— Christian Meier, Caesar

In general, research concerned with more fundamental processes (e.g. cognition) stands the test of time better than research involving social factors that may be embedded in historical context.
— C. James Goodwin & Kerri A. Goodwin, Research in Psychology: Methods and Design 7th Edition

Ultimately, he had learned through his experience with John Purroy Mitchel, it all came down to a question of power. An idea was no good without power behind it, power to make people adopt it, power to reward them when they did, power to crush them when they didn’t.
— Robert A. Caro, The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York

Never permit a dichotomy to rule your life, a dichotomy in which you hate what you do so you can have pleasure in your spare time. Look for a situation in which your work will give you as much happiness as your spare time.
— Pablo Picasso

Some lack the fickleness to live as they wish and just live as they have begun.
— Seneca

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