Quotes by ideas
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American actor 1972-
Acting school was summer camp, and I needed concentration camp. I had so many different ideas swirling between culture and how to tie things together.
French painter and poet 1878-1953
All beliefs are bald ideas.
All great ideas are controversial, or have been at one time.
American singer-songwriter 1942-
All I needed to do was sing with conviction, speaking my truth from the heart, honestly and straightforwardly, and to offer my words, ideas and music to the audience as if it were one collective friend that I'd known for a very long time.
British Indian sculptor 1954-
All ideas grow out of other ideas.
American author of true crime books
All of my books now come from readers' ideas.
American motivational speaker, writer and consultant 1933-
All of the top achievers I know are life-long learners... Looking for new skills, insights, and ideas. If they're not learning, they're not growing... not moving toward excellence.
American author 1885-1950
All riches have their origin in mind. Wealth is in ideas - not money.
Henry Ward Beecher
American Congregationalist clergyman, social reformer, and speaker 1813-1887
All words are pegs to hang ideas on.
Alfred N. Whitehead
English philosopher and mathematician 1861-1947
Almost all new ideas have a certain aspect of foolishness when they are first produced.
American spiritual teacher 1955-
Almost all the ideas we have about being a man or being a woman are so burdened with pain, anxiety, fear and self-doubt. For many of us, the confusion around this question is excruciating.
American comic book writer, animator and artist 1915-1998
Although Bill Finger literally typed the scripts in the early days, he wrote the scripts from ideas that we mutually collaborated on. Many of the unique concepts and story twists also came from my own fertile imagination.
American animator, graphic designer and cartoonist 1946-
America is behind Europe and Japan in terms of accepting adult ideas in animation.
An important scientific innovation rarely makes its way by gradually winning over and converting its opponents. What does happen is that its opponents gradually die out, and that the growing generation is familiarized with the ideas from the beginning.
Carl von Clausewitz
Prussian general and military 1780-1831
Architects and painters know precisely what they are about as long as they deal with material phenomena.... But when they come to the aesthetics of their work, when they aim at a particular effect on the mind or on the senses, the rules dissolve into nothing but vague ideas.Source: On War (1832)
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