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1. "…the blogosphere is the friend of information but the enemy of thought."
Author: Alan Jacobs
2. "Nunca estamos infinitamente lejos de aquellos a quienes odiamos. Por la misma razón, pues, podríamos creer que nunca estaremos absolutamente cerca de aquellos a quienes amamos. Cuando me embarqué ya conocía este principio atroz. Pero hay verdades que merecen nuestra atención, y hay otras con las que no conviene mantener diálogos."
Author: Albert Sánchez Piñol
3. "Os israelenses discutem, eu discuto. E ainda assim sou eu quem me levanto toda manhã, faço uma pequena caminhada no deserto, faço uma xícara de café, sento em minha escrivaninha e começo a perguntar-me: ‘Como me sentiria se fosse ela? Como seria estar na pele dele?' – o que é o que se tem a fazer se se quer escrever até o mais simples dos diálogos: é preciso dividir não apenas sua lealdade, mas até seus sentimentos viscerais entre os diversos personagens. Creio que estou parafraseando D. H. Lawrence, que disse certa vez que, para escrever um romance, você tem que ser capas de referendar meia dúzia de sentimentos e opiniões diferentes, conflituosos e contraditórios, com o mesmo grau de convicção, veemência e empatia. Então, talvez eu seja um pouco mais bem equipado do que outras pessoas para entender, do meu ponto de vista judaico-israelense, como é o sentimento de ser um palestino deslocado, um árabe palestino cuja terra natal foi tomada por ‘alienígenas de outro planeta'. p. 94"
Author: Amos Oz
4. "Simon's band never actually produced any music. Mostly they sat around in Simon's living room, fighting about potential names and band logos. She sometimes wondered if any of them could actually play an instrument. 'What's on the table?' 'We're choosing between Sea Vegetable Conspiracy and Rock Solid Panda.' Clary shook her head. 'Those are both terrible.' 'Eric suggested Lawn Chair Crisis.' 'Maybe Eric should stick to gaming.' 'But then we'd have to find a new drummer.' 'Oh, is that what Eric does?..."
Author: Cassandra Clare
5. "The blogosphere rewards no-holds-barred smartassery."
Author: Dana Stabenow
6. "My artistic spirit is not nurtured by blogospheres."
Author: Danai Gurira
7. "There were IBM logos designed for the film, and there were IBM design consultants working with Kubrick on the layout of the controls and computer screens."
Author: Douglas Trumbull
8. "All trademarks, company names, registered names, products, characters, mottos, logos, jingles and catchphrases used or cited in this work are the property of their respective owners and have only been mentioned and or used as cultural references to enhance the narrative and in no way were used to disparage or harm the owners and their companies. It is the author's sincerest wish the owners of the cited trademarks, company names, etc. appreciate the success they have achieved in making their products household names and appreciate the free plug."
Author: E.A. Bucchianeri
9. "Many Christians, including BioLogos, like to throw out the "you can't take the Bible literally" argument. They think it is the ultimate zinger that will end any debate in their favor. But if we shouldn't take the Bible literally, why should we believe God is real in the literal sense? Perhaps God is a metaphor also. Maybe God is really a metaphor for nature or chance. Heaven forbid! However, BioLogos insists on having it both ways: God is literally true but the Bible is not. That's like saying Mother Goose is literally true but her nursery rhymes are not."
Author: G.M. Jackson
10. "BioLogos claims there is no conflict between the theory of evolution and creationism. Huh? Here is where the creationists seem to have the intellectual advantage: they at least see the conflict. Actually, it is not that BioLogos isn't aware of the conflict, but rather, it has come up with the answer to the long-standing conflict between Darwinism and creationism: simply pretend there is no conflict."
Author: G.M. Jackson
11. "Los psicólogos también son humanos y todos tenemos una historia, ¿no?"
Author: Gabriel Rolón
12. "Logos are the bleating of the insecure, desperate for acceptance by the chronically shallow."
Author: Hadley Freeman
13. "Las obras de los grandes poetas aún no han sido leídas por la humanidad -sólo los grandes poetas son capaces de leerlas-. Las masas, sin embargo, las leen como si leyeran las estrellas…; si hay suerte, como astrólogos, pero no como astrónomos. A la mayoría de las personas se les enseña a leer sólo para su propia comodidad, como si se les enseñará a contar para que puedan comprobar las cuentas y no ser engañados. Pero del leer como noble ejercicio intelectual no tienen idea; además, sólo hay una cosa que se puede llamar leer en el más alto sentido de la palabra: no aquello que nos adormece narcotizando nuestros más altos sentimientos, sino aquello a lo que hay que acercarse de puntillas, aquello a lo que dedicamos nuestras mejores horas de vigilia"."
Author: Henry David Thoreau
14. "All things are in flux; the flux is subject to a unifying measure or rational principle. This principle (logos, the hidden harmony behind all change) bound opposites together in a unified tension, which is like that of a lyre, where a stable harmonious sound emerges from the tension of the opposing forces that arise from the bow bound together by the string."
Author: Heraclitus
15. "The human race sleepwalked to oblivion, thinking only of the corporate logos on it's shroud."
Author: J.G. Ballard
16. "Como todos los hombres de la Biblioteca, he viajado en mi juventud; he peregrinado en busca de un libro, acaso del catálogo de catálogos; ahora que mis ojos casi no pueden descifrar lo que escribo, me preparo a morir a unas pocas leguas del hexágono en que nací. Muerto, no faltarán manos piadosas que me tiren por la baranda; mi sepultura será el aire insondable; mi cuerpo se hundirá largamente y se corromperá y disolverá en el viento engendrado por la caída, que es infinita."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
17. "If God really became incarnate, and if His Incarnation can with justice compel man to change his life,then we have no alternative but to conceive of this Incarnation as something which is still present and which will remain present for all future time. ... What happens in the liturgical celebration of the Eucharist is something for which all religions of mankind have exressed longing, dimly sensed was coming, and as a rule even prefigured- the physical presence of the divine Logos made man, and the presence of his sacrificial death, in the midst of the congregation celebrating the mysteries."
Author: Josef Pieper
18. "Earthly contemplation means to the Christian, we have said, this above all: that behind all that we directly encounter the Face of the incarnate Logos becomes visible... Contemplation does not ignore the "historical Gethsemane," does not ignore the mystery of evil, guilt and its bloody atonement. The happiness of contemplation is a true happiness, indeed the supreme happiness; but it is founded upon sorrow."
Author: Josef Pieper
19. "Logos and branding are so important. In a big part of the world, people cannot read French or English--but are great in remembering signs"
Author: Karl Lagerfeld
20. "All the people who follow me on Twitter know my sense of humor. I sometimes forget the blogosphere will give it more weight than I intended."
Author: Kurt Sutter
21. "The lazy blogosphere has given up on journalism and now trolls Twitter for their on-the-record in-depth articles."
Author: Kurt Sutter
22. "No se nos queda grabada eternamente una imagen con que soñamos porque se embellezca y mejore con el reflejo de los colores extraños que por azar la rodeen en nuestros sueños, porque aquellos paisajes de los libros que leía se me representaban con mayor viveza en la imaginación que los que Combray me ponía delante y los análogos que me hubiera podido presentar."
Author: Marcel Proust
23. "I follow suit, said the lion, vacating his coat of arms and movie logos; and the eagle said, Get me off this flag."
Author: Margaret Atwood
24. "Las mujeres tratan de compensar sus desventajas ocultándose, en lugar de abrirse paso hasta ocupar el promer plano, como sí hacen a menudo sus homólogos masculinos. Y si a veces se sienten tratadas injustamente, se encogen de hombros y buscan el fallo en ellas mismas en lugar de enfrentarse a la situación."
Author: Meredith Haaf
25. "It is an animus, she decides, the representation of the Logos in the female, as the anima is the representation of Eros in the male. In its negative aspect it is opinionated, conventional, banal, self-righteous, argumentative . . . In its positive aspect, it conveys spirit, feistiness, the capacity for reflection and self-knowledge, the capacity to handle philosophical and religious ideas at the higher levels."
Author: Michael Gruber
26. "Este libro no tiene cosa digna que no corresponda a su original; en testimonio de lo haber correcto, di esta fee. En el Colegio de la Madre de Dios de los Teólogos de la , en primero de diciembre de 1604 años.   El licenciado"
Author: Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
27. "Es una ilusión ingenua creer que nuestra imagen no es más que una apariencia tras la cual está escondido nuestro yo como la única esencia verdadera, independientemente de los ojos del mundo. Los imagólogos han descubierto con cínico radicalismo que es precisamente todo lo contrario: nuestro yo es una mera apariencia, inaprehensible, nebulosa, mientras que la única realidad, demasiado aprehensible y descriptible, es nuestra imagen a los ojos de los demás. Y lo peor es que no eres su dueño. Primero intentas dibujarla tú mismo, después quieres al menos influir en ella y controlarla, pero en vano: basta con una frase malintencionada y te conviertes para siempre en una caricatura tristemente simple."
Author: Milan Kundera
28. "The psychosphere, the logosphere, is permeated by concepts, ideas, verbalizations, a whole apparatus devised, or rather evolved, to form some sort of mental contact with reality--or to block it off. That is, a large circle of the "thinking," "educated" class take ideas as more veridical than facts."
Author: Robert Conquest
29. "Writing is such an industry now. In many ways, that's a good thing, in that it removes all the muse-like mystique and makes it a plain old job, accessible to everyone. But with industry comes jargon. I was aware that jargon was starting to fill those growing shelves of Writer's Self Help books, not to mention the blogosphere. Wherever I looked, the writing of a script was being reduced to A, B, C plots, Text and Subtext, Three Act Structure and blah, blah, blah. And I'd think, that's not what writing is! Writing's inside your head! It's thinking! It's every hour of the day, every day of your life, a constant storm of pictures and voices and sometimes, if you're very, very lucky, insight."
Author: Russell T. Davies
30. "„Nera geros ar blogos patirties - svarbu, ka iš jos padarom."
Author: Sigitas Parulskis
31. "I love doing logos. I've been a graphic artist all my life."
Author: Tim Allen
32. "Thus was their relationship born on the swift kiss of a pun. Neither suspected what the other would become to each of them. Like phrases running wild in the Logos, they knew neither who nor by what mechanism nor for what reason they were whistled for (if they understood that they were whistled for at all). They were simply compelled to come together. Sophia was the question, and Blip was the answer. And vice versa."
Author: Tony Vigorito
33. "O comportamento ritual não só revela realidades práticas e mundanas, é também um teatro vivo da psicologia colectiva e uma das mais ricas expressões da ideologia e crenças - mentalidade - de uma sociedade. Afinal de contas, como os antropólogos notaram, a religião é mais do que um padrão de relações sociais: é uma expressão da capacidade humana para imaginar a estrutura da sociedade. O ritual religioso não é apenas construção cultural: é uma forma de cognição que constrói modelos de realidade e paradigmas de comportamento. E dentro deste processo pelo qual a realidade é definida, o ritual da morte joga um papel central."
Author: Victor Turner
34. "Ultimate meaning necessarily exceeds and surpasses the finite intellectual capacities of man... What is demanded of man is not, as some existential philosophers teach, to endure the meaninglessness of life, but rather to bear his incapacity to grasp its unconditional meaningfulness in rational terms. Logos is deeper than logic."
Author: Viktor E. Frankl
35. "Two things of opposite natures seem to dependOn on another, as Logos dependsOn Eros, day on night, the imaginedOn the real. This is the origin of change.Winter and spring, cold copulars, embraceAnd forth the particulars of rapture come.Music falls on the silence like a senseA passion that we feel, not understand.Morning and afternoon are clasped togetherAnd North and South are an intrinsic coupleAnd sun and rain a plural, like two loversThat walk away together as one in the greenest body."
Author: Wallace Stevens
36. "Cuando empezaron a decir que la literatura norteamericana no existía y que la inglesa era mala, perdí la compostura y les dije que la literatura española merecía estar en el retrete, colgada de un clavo junto a los catálogos atrasados de Montgomery Ward."
Author: William S. Burroughs

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