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Quotes

This is a collection of fragments, snippets of text detached of their author, context and potentially violated by the meaning I read into them. Inspiration remains their primary goal alongside controversial thoughts and voices. Not much to agree or disagree on – but borrowed goods to share, rethink and reappropriate.

It's just that, when we agree about our hallucinations, we call that reality.

Anil Seth

What really makes science grow is new ideas including false ideas.

Sir Carl Popper

When the stars stand still, the sky moves

Lawrence Weiner

In the nature of the case, an explorer can never know what he is exploring until it has been explored.

Gregory Bateson

Change does not usually occur by imperceptuality gradual alteration of entire species but rather by isolation of small populations and their geologically instantaneous transformation into new species

Buckminster Fuller

A place does not exist until we create it, or rather place it within a system: A geographical position within a system of coordinates, x meters below or above sea level and so on. By creating a new context for this point in our atlas we can now understand and further miss-understand it.

Moldvær, M. & Linné, C.O.

Change does not usually occur by imperceptuality gradual alteration of entire species but rather by isolation of small populations and their geologically instantaneous transformation into new species

Stephen Jay Gold

We do not believe that there is such a thing as objective (absolute and unconditional) truth, tough it has been a long-standing theme in Western culture that there is. WE do believe that there are truths but think that the idea of truth need not be tied to the objectivist view. We blieve that the idea that there is absolute objective truth is not only mistaken but socially and politically dangerous. As we have seen, truth is always relative to a conceptual system that is defined in large part by metaphors.

Lakoff & Johnson

One of those system-level ideas which sets in motions all sorts of behavior without ever having to be referred to directly again

Brian Eno

If we chip in 50 each, they might gonna stop singing

Ron Jones

The past is only a story we tell us every day

Unknown

Magic is creating a moment for someone else. where they forget that reality is reality and they actually question everything for a moment not in a scary way but in the most exciting way because magic is an experienced magic is a total moment of being astonished
to question what you believe in.

Mario the Magician

’Oshima: “ It’s all a question of imagination. Our responsibility begins with the power to imagine. It’s just like Yeats said: In dreams begin responsibilities.
Flip this around and you could say that where there’s no power to imagine, no responsibility can arise."

Haruki Murakami

Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.

Lewis Carrol

Two billion years ago, our ancestors were microbes, a half-billion years ago, fish; a hundred million years ago, something like mice; ten million years ago, proto-humans puzzling out the taming of fire; Our evolutionary lineage is marked by mastery of change. In our time, the pace is quickening.

Carl Sagan

The Lies? Should be Rosy, Clear and Obvious.

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

Every night he waits until all the prisoners are sound asleep and then he goes around unlocking all the doors, leaving them open for hours on end.

Daniel C. Dennett

My fake plants died because I did not pretend to water them.

Mitch Hedberg

Shoot the desperate, hug the needy.

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

[...]There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don’t know we don’t know.

Rumsfeld, D

Every night he waits until all the prisoners are sound asleep and then he goes around unlocking all the doors, leaving them open for hours on end.

Daniel C. Dennett