Quotes: conclusions

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  • Carl Jung
    Carl Jung
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    An inflated consciousness is always egocentric and conscious of nothing but its own existence. It is incapable of learning from the past, incapable of understanding contemporary events, and incapable of drawing right conclusions about the future. It is hypnotized by itself and therefore cannot be argued with. It inevitably dooms itself to calamities that must strike it dead.
  • But I don't think I have any particular talent for prediction, because when you have three or four elements in hand, you don't have to be a genius to reach certain conclusions.
  • Carlos Castaneda
    Carlos Castaneda
    American author and anthropologist 1925-1998
    Carlos Castaneda
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    Conclusions arrived at through reasoning have very little or no influence in altering the course of our lives.
  • Arthur Bloch
    Arthur Bloch
    American writer, author of the Murphy's Law books 1948-
    Arthur Bloch
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    Enough research will tend to support your conclusions.
  • Joseph Rudyard Kipling
    Joseph Rudyard Kipling
    English writer 1865-1936
    Joseph Rudyard Kipling
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    For undemocratic reasons and for motives not of State, they arrive at their conclusions - largely inarticulate. Being void of self-expression they confide their views to none; but sometimes in a smoking room, one learns why things were done.
  • Edward Bulwer-Lytton
    Edward Bulwer-Lytton
    English writer and poet 1803-1873
    Edward Bulwer-Lytton
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    How many of us have been attracted to reason; first learned to think, to draw conclusions, to extract a moral from the follies of life, by some dazzling aphorism.
  • Burt Rutan
    Burt Rutan
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    I was shocked to find that there were actually climate scientists who wouldn't share the raw data, but would only share their conclusions in summary graphs that were used to prove their various theories about planet warming. In fact I began to smell something really bad, and the worse that smell got, the deeper I looked.
  • Samuel Butler
    Samuel Butler
    English poet 1612-1680
    Samuel Butler
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    If you follow reason far enough it always leads to conclusions that are contrary to reason.
  • Bill Nye
    Bill Nye
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    If you're an adult and you choose not to believe in science, fine, but please don't prevent your children from learning about it and letting them draw their own conclusions.
  • Carol Loomis
    Carol Loomis
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    In the 1987 stock market crash, according to the conclusions of the official Brady report, colossal sales of stock index futures by so-called portfolio insurers - whose investment strategies depended entirely on these derivatives - greatly exacerbated the 500-point market decline.
  • Bob Dylan
    Bob Dylan
    American musician 1941-
    Bob Dylan
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    In the dime stores and bus stations, people talk of situations, read books, repeat quotations, draw conclusions on the wall.
  • Francis Bacon
    Francis Bacon
    English philosopher and statesman 1561-1626
    Francis Bacon
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    It is the true office of history to represent the events themselves, together with the counsels, and to leave the observations and conclusions thereupon to the liberty and faculty of every man's judgment.
  • Paul Auster
    Paul Auster
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    It often happens that things are other than what they seem, and you can get yourself into trouble by jumping to conclusions.
    Source: Moon Palace (2010) 87
  • Buckminster Fuller
    Buckminster Fuller
    American architect, systems theorist, author, designer, and inventor 1895-1983
    Buckminster Fuller
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    Lack of knowledge concerning all the factors and the failure to include them in our integral imposes false conclusions.
    Source: Synergetics: Explorations in the Geometry of Thinking (1975)
  • Samuel Butler
    Samuel Butler
    English poet 1612-1680
    Samuel Butler
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    Life is the art of drawing sufficient conclusions from insufficient premises.
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