Quotes by prestige
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French novelist, pamphleteer and physician 1894-1961
Even diseases have lost their prestige, there aren't so many of them left. Think it over... no more syphilis, no more clap, no more typhoid... antibiotics have taken half the tragedy out of medicine.
T. Boone Pickens
American business magnate and financier 1928-
Far too many executives have become more concerned with the ''four P's'' - pay, perks, power and prestige - rather than making profits for shareholders.
A. J. P. Taylor
British historian 1906-1990
In my opinion, most of the great men of the past were only there for the beer - the wealth, prestige and grandeur that went with the power.
Most teams aren't teams at all but merely collections of individual relationships with the boss. Each individual vying with the others for power, prestige and position.
Ken Keyes Jr
American personal growth author and lecturer 1921-1995
No one that ever lived has ever had enough power, prestige, or knowledge to overcome the basic condition of all life - you win some and you lose some.
John F. Kennedy
American politician 1917-1963
People have not been horrified by war to a sufficient extent... War will exist until that distant day when the conscientious objector enjoys the same reputation and prestige as the warrior does today.
C. Wright Mills
American sociologist 1916-1962
Prestige is the shadow of money and power. Where these are, there it is. Like the national market for soap or automobiles and the enlarged arena of federal power, the national cash-in area for prestige has grown, slowly being consolidated into a truly national system.
British political theorist 1929-2008
Quite apart from the prestige of technology, people do, after all, prefer a simple idea to a complex one.Source: In Defence Of Politics Ch. 5, A Defence Of Politics Against Technology, p
American lawyer and jurist 1936-
Sometimes it is easy... to enhance your prestige by not exercising your responsibility, but that's not been the tradition of the court.
American cartoonist 1894-1961
Sophistication might be described as the ability to cope gracefully with a situation involving the presence of a formidable menace to one's poise and prestige (such as the butler, or the man under the bed - but never the husband).
American academic and social critic 1947-
The damage done to U.S. prestige by the feckless, buffoonish George W. Bush will take years to repair.
British-born American economist, professor and investor 1894-1976
The existence of such a war chest might go far to strengthen our prestige and frighten off any would be assailant.Source: Storage and Stability Part II, Ch. VIII, Ultimate Uses of the Stored Uni
Canadian philosopher and author 1974-
The philosophical spirit is not satisfied to simply accept what it is told, no matter how much prestige the teller seems to have. This is true even if the teller is a god.
Australian physician, Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology 1951-
There is no other prize in any country that carries the prestige that a Nobel bestows.
American lyricist and playwright 1914-2002
We had a certain kind of really big prestige among, I suppose not just intellectual folk, but a sort of nice middle class intelligent folk of a very urban nature.
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