Best 46 of Point quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 18 Sep

Karl Popper

The difficulties connected with my criterion of demarcation (D) are important, but must not be exaggerated. It is vague, since it is a methodological rule, and since the demarcation between science and nonscience is vague. But it is more than sharp enough to make a distinction between many physical theories on the one hand, and metaphysical theories, such as psychoanalysis, or Marxism (in its present form), on the other. This is, of course, one of my main theses; and nobody who has not understood it can be said to have understood my theory. The situation with Marxism is, incidentally, very different from that with psychoanalysis. Marxism was once a scientific theory: it predicted that capitalism would lead to increasing misery and, through a more or less mild revolution, to socialism; it predicted that this would happen first in the technically highest developed countries; and it predicted that the technical evolution of the 'means of production' would lead to social, political, and ideological developments, rather than the other way round. But the (so-called) socialist revolution came first in one of the technically backward countries. And instead of the means of production producing a new ideology, it was Lenin's and Stalin's ideology that Russia must push forward with its industrialization ('Socialism is dictatorship of the proletariat plus electrification') which promoted the new development of the means of production. Thus one might say that Marxism was once a science, but one which was refuted by some of the facts which happened to clash with its predictions (I have here mentioned just a few of these facts). However, Marxism is no longer a science; for it broke the methodological rule that we must accept falsification, and it immunized itself against the most blatant refutations of its predictions. Ever since then, it can be described only as nonscience—as a metaphysical dream, if you like, married to a cruel reality. Psychoanalysis is a very different case. It is an interesting psychological metaphysics (and no doubt there is some truth in it, as there is so often in metaphysical ideas), but it never was a science. There may be lots of people who are Freudian or Adlerian cases: Freud himself was clearly a Freudian case, and Adler an Adlerian case. But what prevents their theories from being scientific in the sense here described is, very simply, that they do not exclude any physically possible human behaviour. Whatever anybody may do is, in principle, explicable in Freudian or Adlerian terms. (Adler's break with Freud was more Adlerian than Freudian, but Freud never looked on it as a refutation of his theory.) The point is very clear. Neither Freud nor Adler excludes any particular person's acting in any particular way, whatever the outward circumstances. Whether a man sacrificed his life to rescue a drowning, child (a case of sublimation) or whether he murdered the child by drowning him (a case of repression) could not possibly be predicted or excluded by Freud's theory; the theory was compatible with everything that could happen—even without any special immunization treatment. Thus while Marxism became non-scientific by its adoption of an immunizing strategy, psychoanalysis was immune to start with, and remained so. In contrast, most physical theories are pretty free of immunizing tactics and highly falsifiable to start with. As a rule, they exclude an infinity of conceivable possibilities.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Steven Magee

I think we may have reached the point where guns need to be confiscated from police officers.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Deyth Banger

We do and say useless and pointless stuff and words, if we think little deeper why we go and masturbate?? (No,... No don't change the page... don't close it or whatever do.... look me right in the face and listen it's not a shit... it's how the matrix is build)... well... let's start from here... we masturbate and after all in the other day or after few days we will do it again..., we eat food and after all we eat again and again until we die... we say useless words and after all who in the hell to know why, we do that??? But after all from this useless words comes the one useful story if the useless words didn't exist... it won't also exist the advange called itself "story".

By Anonym 20 Sep

Kamand Kojouri

You know how it goes: at some point in your life, you fell in love with someone and had a glimpse of God. Then you abandoned life and lover and started celebrating your love for God.

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Finkel

I start thinking about what happened and then I start thinking about why I'm still here. It's pointless. They say on TV that the soldiers want to be there? I can't speak for every soldier, but I think if people went around and made a list of names of who fucking thinks we should actually be here and who wants to be here, ain't nobody that wants to be here, because there's no point. What are we getting out of fucking being here? Nothing.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Korey G. Miracle

The point to life is not only to live it, but to enjoy it.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Scott Hastie

The gilded spiral Of longings within. Our very own cathedral That points persistently to heaven.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Scott Hastie

Mislaid flame of tender emotions Rekindled. Together we live to the point of tears, I wouldn’t want it any other way.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Dada Bhagwan

Accept only as much ‘cleanliness’ that it won't cause you to worry if it became dirty. Maintain ‘cleanliness’ such that and only to the point that it does not burden you into bondage.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Constance Chuks Friday

The decisions that take you to your highest points in life are the toughest decisions you'd have to make.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Zoe Cruz

At this point, I realize: He is making a monster of me.

By Anonym 15 Sep

J. R. Rim

At some point, you will hit a plateau. If you keep doing same things you did to get to that point, make a change.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jeffrey Fry

Ignorance is bliss up to the point that it kills you.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Charles Bukowski

There's no point in writing my kind of stuff, when they're printing that kind of stuff. So I gave up and started drinking.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Erich Maria Remarque

A man has to have something he can put faith in.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sylvia Plath

The reason why I hadn't washed my clothes or my hair was because it seemed so silly. I saw the days of the year stretching ahead like a series of bright, white boxes, and separating one box from another was sleep, like a black shade. Only for me, the long perspective of shades that set off one box from the next had suddenly snapped up, and I could see day after day glaring ahead of me like a white, broad, infinitely desolate avenue. It seemed silly to wash one day when I would only have to wash again the next. It made me tired just to think of it. I wanted to do everything once and for all and be through with it.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Steven Magee

Most USA citizens never realize that the systems of public protection are essentially useless until they try to use them. At that point they learn the hard way that government agencies like OSHA, FCC, FDA, police internal affairs, disability, and the like do not work for them.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

Everybody is living for a purpose, you might turn out to be significant or insignificant depending on the kind of message you are feeding the world with.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

Sometimes you hear people saying that there is a secret to get to where you wanna be, but at a certain point, you discover that you are the secret of your success.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

In order to answer the question “Where am I going?” you need to use your strong point and strengthen your weak point

By Anonym 17 Sep

Steven Magee

Modern human evolution has reached the point of reporting corruption to the corrupt.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

If the teachings of the early Christians changed Rome and the entire Roman Empire, we can’t point to any great change that the teachings coming from our pulpits today are producing upon our world in general

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kheryn Callender

If you feel the need to do it - to write, or paint, or take photos or anything - then that’s what you have to do. That’s the one most important thing you can do. Because if you don’t, then there isn’t any point to anything, right? You’ve got to do it. You’ve got to keep writing.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

When we close our options at some point of time, we learn to be happy with what we have. However, when we keep our options open, we are rarely happy with what we have as we find the grass greener on the other side of the fence.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Emily Thorne

They say the best laid plans often go a lie, Because no matter how detailed the preparation, A plan will always have a weak point and there will always be those looking to exploit it. To do into the plan failure and the perpetrator along with it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

James C. Dobson

A guy never has a right to force a woman to have sex with him under any circumstances. She should be able to say no at any point, and he must honor that denial. It is criminal that so many girls and women are raped today. Fully 60 percent of all females who lose their virginity before age fifteen say that their first sexual experience was forced! That is a tragedy with far-reaching consequences.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Deyth Banger

I can reincarnated as much as possible. But if the result from the different individual's is the same or the point where I reach after a lot of moves is the same. What is really the purpose to do it??

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steven Magee

The problem with car insurance is that you never know how bad your policy is until you are involved in a car crash. At that point enlightenment begins.

By Anonym 17 Sep

J. R. Rim

One thing God has been showing me is that I'm not called to save the world, just to point those He places in my life towards the right way.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Malcolm Gladwell

Acquaintances, in sort, represent a source of social power, and the more acquaintances you have the more powerful you are.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Melinda Cross

I hate these affairs", he'd told her once, tearing up an engraved invitation to an exclusive charity ball. "They're the worst kind of discrimination. An invitation doesn't really mean that you're invited; it means that a whole lot of people aren't

By Anonym 20 Sep

Sarah Dessen

Why should I even bother? What's the point, really?" He thought for a moment. "Who says there has to be a point?" he asked. "Or a reason. Maybe it's just something you have to do.

By Anonym 15 Sep

George Huang

And now try to follow me, because I'm gonna be moving in a kind of circular motion, so if you pay attention, there will be a point!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

There are certain truths that occurs to us, which we cannot convey in words, but requires a personal experience to grasp more vividly.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

Every turning point in a person's life isn't reached by luck, they choose to be successful, they know what it takes to be there, they can do what is expected of them to do, they do not show trepidation about the requirements needed to be on top

By Anonym 16 Sep

Erik Pevernagie

Espere" in Spanish, is the one word covering two meanings: "waiting" and "hoping". If life, however, offers no expectation or prospect, waiting represents time "wasted”. Waiting needs a future. If not, time is condemned to be "killed". In the event that we are lost in a gap of boredom and despair, we are driven back in a vacuum of senselessness and deadlocked in a point of nothingness. We are, so therefore, bound to watch the agony of "time". ("Waiting for a place behind the geraniums " )

By Anonym 17 Sep

Steven Magee

NASA astronauts have only managed to live continuously on the International Space Station (ISS) for a year and Biosphere 2 on Earth failed at two years of uninterrupted human habitation. Both cases required extracting the sickened people from the toxic environments. At this point it is ludicrous to talk about a permanent manned base on Mars.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Akshay Vasu

The day she realised, it was not about the world but was all about her, she grew the wings. The day she understood she was not answerable to any of them who always blamed and pointed her, she had the fire blazing in her eyes. She raised and soared towards the sky. The whole world looked at her in awe and wished if only they could be her. She was not confined to be on the ground anymore. She had the wings of fire and she left a trail everywhere she went, for other to follow.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jeffrey G. Duarte

Fancy words and ambiguous notions make you feel like your argument is valid but it exudes multiple logical fallacies, which make you continue to search for a valid point.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tom Perrotta

It’s a matter of dignity,” the Chief explained. “At a certain point, that’s all you have left.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Robin Hobb

Gankis lifted an arm to point at the distant shale cliffs. "And in the face of it there were thousands of little holes, little what-you-call-'ems..." "Alcoves," Kennit supplied in an almost dreamy voice. "I call them alcoves, Gankis. As would you, if you could speak your own mother tongue.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

For the sake of your dreams, don't create negative brands for yourself, else you scare away opportunities that are meant to be your turning point!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Janet Lunn

Wasnt it more important to be loyal to what was right or to those people you knew and cared about? What was the good of killing people or being hateful to them because someone you didn't know was doing something hateful to someone ekse you didn't know?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Deyth Banger

What do you can't do? ... Be supportive? ... You have never been supportive.. ... Being more serious? ... Nice question... good POV... but as for you it's not possible more likely impossible..

By Anonym 17 Sep

Brittainy C. Cherry

Maybe the point of life is to teach us that we aren’t always going to be our past mistakes. Maybe the point of life is to open ourselves up to the things that we fear most—like love. Maybe the whole point of my life was to simply find you, even if it wasn’t meant to be forever. And that thought alone is enough to get me through each night of loneliness.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Anupama Garg

There comes a point in the sadhana when a sadhak finds himself so deep in his/her ritual, so as to unite with the diety.The worshipper,the worshipped and the prayer all seem to merge into one