Best 28 of Similarity quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jasleen Kaur Gumber

We are all same, inside our homes!

By Anonym 15 Sep

Virginia Satir

We get together on the basis of our similarities; we grow on the basis of our differences.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Andrew Taylor

One grey cloak is much like another, just as all cats are grey in the dark.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Miriam

Wherever we go, across the Pacific or Atlantic, we meet, not similarity so much as 'the bizarre'. Things astonish us, when we travel, that surprise nobody else

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mehmet Murat Ildan

Always refuse to be like the others! The more you become similar to the others the more you will be useless because there are already plenty of the others!

By Anonym 18 Sep

Alfred Korzybski

Similarities are read into nature by our nervous system, and so are structurally less fundamental than differences. Less fundamental, but no less important, as life and 'intelligence' would be totally impossible without abstracting. It becomes clear that the problem which has so excited the s.r. of the people of the United States of America and added so much to the merriment of mankind, 'Is the evolution a ''fact'' or a ''theory''?, is simply silly. Father and son are never identical - that surely is a structural 'fact' - so there is no need to worry about still higher abstractions, like 'man' and 'monkey'. That the fanatical and ignorant attack on the theory of evolution should have occured may be pathetic, but need concern us little, as such ignorant attacks are always liable to occur. But that biologists should offer 'defences' based on the confusions of orders of abstractiobs, and that 'philosophers' should have failed to see the simple dependence is rather sad. The problems of 'evolution' are verbal and have nothing to do with life as such, which is made up all through of different individuals, 'similarity' being structurally a manufactured article, produced by the nervous system of the observer.

By Anonym 15 Sep

William Gould

[An Account of English Ants] The Subject indeed is small, but not inglorious. The Ant as the Prince of Wisdom is pleased to inform us, is exceeding wise. In this Light it may, without Vanity, boast of its being related to you, and therefore by right of Kindred merits your Protection.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Theodor Adorno

Love is the ability to discover similarities in the dis-similar. The audience has a right not to be fooled - even if it insists on being fooled.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Criss Jami

There is, after all, no moral difference between the bigot and the tolerator. They are from case to case positive or negative. One man is bigoted because he was given the sword of truth, another because he is angered in thoughtlessness; then, one man is tolerant because he was given the flag of peace, another because he is cowardly and wishes to hide all guilt.

By Anonym 19 Sep

William A. Dembski

To establish evolutionary interrelatedness invariably requires exhibiting similarities between organisms. Within Darwinism, there's only one way to connect such similarities, and that's through descent with modification driven by the Darwinian mechanism. But within a design-theoretic framework, this possibility, though not precluded, is also not the only game in town. It's possible for descent with modification instead to be driven by telic processes inherent in nature (and thus by a form of design). Alternatively, it's possible that the similarities are not due to descent at all but result from a similarity of conception, just as designed objects like your TV, radio, and computer share common components because designers frequently recycle ideas and parts. Teasing apart the effects of intelligent and natural causation is one of the key questions confronting a design-theoretic research program. Unlike Darwinism, therefore, intelligent design has no immediate and easy answer to the question of common descent. Darwinists necessarily see this as a bad thing and as a regression to ignorance. From the design theorists' perspective, however, frank admissions of ignorance are much to be preferred to overconfident claims to knowledge that in the end cannot be adequately justified. Despite advertisements to the contrary, science is not a juggernaut that relentlessly pushes back the frontiers of knowledge. Rather, science is an interconnected web of theoretical and factual claims about the world that are constantly being revised and for which changes in one portion of the web can induce radical changes in another. In particular, science regularly confronts the problem of having to retract claims that it once confidently asserted.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Em Bailey

One more piece of sky in the jigsaw puzzle of our school.

By Anonym 19 Sep

David Hume

We choose our favourite author as we do our friend, from a conformity of humour and disposition. Mirth or passion, sentiment or reflection; whichever of these most predominates in our temper, it gives us a peculiar sympathy with the writer who resembles us.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Joni Mitchell

I try not to steal from myself, but the modalities create similarities.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Marie Lu

It's strange being here with you. I hardly know you. But...sometimes it feels like we're the same person born into two different worlds.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ilya Ponomarev

With Tatars, the situation is a little bit more complex. They are geographically very isolated so they need the rest of Russia. When they pump oil, they need pipelines to deliver it so they need those connections. We in Siberia don't need those connections. The only thing which actually sticks us together is the cultural similarities and the relatives that are on both sides of the Ural mountains.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jennifer Lawrence

When I get asked, 'what are the differences between Twilight and THG' I'm like, 'Erm, what are the similarities?'

By Anonym 19 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

The shovel is bigger than the spoon, but it can never ever do the work the spoon does. They both look similar; they both have different sizes but one more thing not to forget is that "they are important in their own roles"! Each is unique! You are unique too. Take the lead!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Joseph Deitch

Generally, people like people who are like themselves.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ursula K. Le Guin

Up here on the Ice each of us is singular, isolate, I as cut off from those like me, from my society, and its rules, as he from his.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ben Abix

Sometimes, authors' descriptions of unique fictional characters are like mirrors that reflect the readers image back.

By Anonym 16 Sep

J. Merridew

I pray for the kids in the suburbs… I pray that one day, we’ll all graduate from similarity.

By Anonym 19 Sep

G. K. Chesterton

...this clumsy collision of two very impatient forms of ignorance was known as the quarrel of Science and Religion.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Bryant Mcgill

Most worldly goals for so-called success are soul traps similar to quicksand.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Ajay Devgan

Abroad, they have covered pretty much all subjects, explored every possibility, every twist. So similarities between ideas you have and those filmed abroad are quite possible.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Virginia Dwan

I myself had lived in the San Fernando Valley many years ago, when it was a much wilder place, and we used to go walking in the wild areas. So that early experience had a lot of similarities for me to the places that Double Negative was being done.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jerome Kagan

All the work on heritability was never based on looking at genes; it was based on the similarity between identical twins or between parents and children. Now that geneticists can look at genes, they can't find genes that account for more than 10 percent of the variation in any human trait.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Galt Niederhoffer

Physical attraction did its part to glue them together, but something stronger than sexual attraction sealed the bond. When men and women grow apart, it is for the same reason they are drawn together; because they are finally, inherently too different. Friendships among women, on the other hand, were burdened by similarity.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Oli Anderson

The first step to empathy and compassion is realising the similarities between yourself and those that are suffering; the first step to forgiveness is realising that we're all human and we all share the same capacity for fallibility and foible; the first step to growth is to recognise the value of things that are outside your current mental frameworks so that you can grow into them.