Best 451 of Arguing quotes - MyQuotes
Americans no longer talk to each other, they entertain each other. They do not exchange ideas, they exchange images. They do not argue with propositions; they argue with good looks, celebrities and comercials.
She'd just be more satisfied if my happiness aligned with her point of view.
Which is more stubborn, the love or the two arguing people caught within it?
The best thing to do when someone is trying to argue with you is to repeatedly state "Stay Away" and video record the entire event. You may need that video for the police afterwords when the aggressor starts fabricating fantasies about the event.
Arguing with a dead man in a lavatory is a claustrophobic experience.
If these were indications of new love, as Sergei expected they were, then he was not surprised. All that scraping and arguing, the teasing and playful antagonism, could only mean on thing. It was a sure sign of attraction.
Dads. It’s time to tell our kids that we love them. Constantly. It’s time to show our kids that we love them. Constantly. It’s time to take joy in their twenty-thousand daily questions and their inability to do things as quickly as we’d like. It’s time to take joy in their quirks and their ticks. It’s time to take joy in their facial expressions and their mispronounced words. It’s time to take joy in everything that our kids are.
Historians don't really like to carry on speculative debates, but you could certainly argue that the likelihood of a Soviet invasion of Western Europe was extremely, extremely low.
You cannot understand what a person is saying unless you understand who they are arguing with.
It is possible for you to be the wrong one in an argument about you.
Nationalism is war. - in arguing to strengthen the federal powers of the European Union
The skilful disputant well knows that he never has his enemy at more advantage than when, by allowing the premises, he shows him arguing wrong from his own principles.
Not to know of what things one should demand demonstration, and of what one should not, argues want of education.
There isn't much point arguing about the word "libertarian." It would make about as much sense to argue with an unreconstructed Stalinist about the word "democracy" - recall that they called what they'd constructed "peoples' democracies." The weird offshoot of ultra-right individualist anarchism that is called "libertarian" here happens to amount to advocacy of perhaps the worst kind of imaginable tyranny, namely unaccountable private tyranny. If they want to call that "libertarian," fine; after all, Stalin called his system "democratic." But why bother arguing about it?
Eve didn't choose to eat the apple. She was tempted by the serpent." "Yes," I argue, thoughts coming out half-formed. "But...she didn't have to take a bite. She chose to.
A fishnet is made up of a lot more holes than strings, but you can't therefore argue that the net doesn't exist. Just ask the fish.
Always we argue that unity is necessity because disunity goes in favor of the U.S. , which are our enemy, and everything that goes in favor of the enemy must be eliminated. That is why we are in favor of unity.
What I argue is that if I'm going to be held accountable for my actions that I should be allowed to record... my actions. Especially if somebody else is keeping a record of my actions.
A lot of what we're doing here deals with perception rather than truth. Many would argue that reality depends more on the former than the latter.
And I would argue the second greatest force in the universe is ownership.
With regard to matters requiring thought: the less people know and understand about them, the more positively they attempt to argue concerning them.
I'm so bad with people I can't even win an argument with myself.
Whenever I find myself arguing for something with great passion, I can be certain I'm not convinced.
On a quick side note, I would argue that--much like Samuel L. Jackson--I am not arrogant at all; I'm just actually really, really great.
My mothers into frilly dresses and eyelashes and hairstyles from the 1970s. We always argue about that.
The good-natured arguing that got your heart pumping, made you think, made you listen, made you feel just that bit more alive.
The Bible is not interested in arguing, because if you state a thesis of belief you have already stated it's opposite; if you say, I believe in God, you have already suggested the possibility of not believing in him. [p.250]
I like intersections. They're the nature of New York, and there's always the possibility that when you're at one you can meet someone new. Have I ever met anyone new at an intersection? No, but I like the idea of it. I like cities because if you're stopping on the corner to wait for a light to change, there's the possibility that you and somebody else can talk. And if you and that somebody else start to talk, then you can start to argue, and if you start to argue, you might start a revolution.
When Gold argues the cause, eloquence is impotant.
You can argue with a philosopher, but you can’t argue with a good song. And I think I’ve got a few good songs.
A deep breath is a technique with which we minimize the number of instances where we say what we do not mean … or what we really think.
As a lawyer Travis was a fan of arguing—arguing till the original argument had been lost so far back in the tangle of discussion that it became irrelevant and all that mattered was that he was clearly right
I argue that we should be kind, we should be compassionate, and we should definitely be reasonable and rational, but that empathy leads us astray.
I always go with the dictionary definition of feminism, which is just social, political and economic equality for women. And that's kind of a strategic thing on my part, because I think that it's the hardest definition to argue with. You know, who doesn't want that? Everyone wants equality for women.
It takes maturity to admit that you are wrong, especially when you are right.
Personal improvement is like sitting in a movie theater, arguing with the villain projected on the screen, and feeling that at least we have tried to make things better.
Discrimination is not liberal. Arguing against discrimination is not intolerance.
Leonardo Da Vinci
Those who, in debate, appeal to their qualifications, argue from memory, not from understanding.
A wit should no more be sincere, than a woman constant; one argues a decay of parts, as to other of beauty.
Samuel R. Delany
It is easier to argue that something nobody believes in actually exists than it is to argue that something everybody believes in is unreal.
I'm perfectly happy complaining, because it's cathartic, and I'm perfectly happy arguing with people on the Internet because arguing is my favourite pastime - not programming.
The grammarians are arguing.
Too often we argue about Christianity instead of marveling at Jesus.
You can’t argue with facts. You’re not entitled to your own facts.
When we were on the road, I found out that my greatest hits album went Gold. They freaked out. Things really came to a head when we started arguing about a Van Halen greatest hits package.
You can come to know the truth only when you are in love. But love never argues. There is no argument in love, because there is no aggression.
Obama acknowledges his overreach openly every time he argues that he intends to do the job of an obstinate Republican congress.
Novels with a "thesis" don't interest me. They just don't - novels that want to "show" something, that want to "argue" something specific. I don't read novels that are looking to convince me of anything.
There is a big logical jump between acknowledging the destructive nature of hyperinflation and arguing that the lower the rate of inflation, the better.
Without agreement you just have people arguing.