"Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'I'm possible!"
Audrey Hepburn

'The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.' Edmund Burke

Kötülüğün zaferi için gereken tek şey iyi adamların hiçbir şey yapmamalarıdır.

palëhárma, bir alıntı ekledi.
30 Kas 23:10

Who steals my purse steals thrash. 'Tis something,
'Twas mine, 'tis his, and has been slave to thousands.

Othello, William Shakespeare (Sayfa 129 - Folger)Othello, William Shakespeare (Sayfa 129 - Folger)

But nothing people can say

Is gonna stand in my way

'Cause this is where we belong...

Yass, bir alıntı ekledi.
22 Kas 21:49 · Kitabı okudu · Beğendi · Puan vermedi

Freedom is just another word for nothing left to lose...

Özgürlük, kaybedecek hiçbir şeyin kalmaması demektir.

Postacı Kapıyı Çalmayacak, Ava Dellaira (Sayfa 163 - Martı yayınları)Postacı Kapıyı Çalmayacak, Ava Dellaira (Sayfa 163 - Martı yayınları)
failimuhtar, bir alıntı ekledi.
22 Kas 18:06

A belief in the primacy of the individual is the characteristic theme of liberal ideology, but it has influenced liberal thought in different ways. It has led some liberals to view society as simply a collection of individuals, each seeking to satisfy his or her own needs and interests. Such a view has been called atomistic, in that it conceives of individuals as ‘isolated atoms’ within society; indeed it can lead to the belief that ‘society’ itself does not exist, but is merely a collection of self-sufficient individuals. Such extreme individualism is based upon the assumption that the individual is egotistical, essentially self-seeking and largely self-reliant. C. B. Macpherson (1973) characterized early liberalism as ‘possessive individualism’ because, he argued, it regarded the individual as ‘the proprietor of his own person or capacities, owing nothing to society for them’. In contrast, later liberals have held a more optimistic view of human nature, and have been more prepared to believe that individuals possess a social responsibility for one.

Siyasi İdeolojiler, Andrew HeywoodSiyasi İdeolojiler, Andrew Heywood