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    intelligence Quotes

    I would like to write my next book about what happened to critical intelligence in America and how it's been undermined by these really shallow ideas about human life and nature.
    — Peter Breggin
    One side thinks the president'€™s request for war-making powers is too brazen and even reckless. The other side thinks it is too spineless and probably ineffectual. 'It does not seem to have resonated with anyone,' said Senator Susan Collins, Republican of Maine and a member of the Intelligence Committee. 'I haven't found any colleague who'€™s been enthusiastic about it.'
    — Peter Baker
    The danger of having the military take over intelligence is that the military has a very different perspective on the world.
    — Pete Hoekstra
    Winning takes character and intelligence. It is the most important thing you can do because it's a reaffirmation of your character.
    — Pete Carril
    The strength of my Princeton teams has always been attitude, intelligence and discipline.
    — Pete Carril
    The highest ideals are human intelligence, creativity and love. Respect these above all.
    — Penn Jillette
    There's a reason you can learn from everything: you have basic wisdom, basic intelligence, and basic goodness.
    — Pema Chodron
    Wholeheartedly do what it takes to awaken your clear-seeing intelligence, but one day at a time, one moment at a time. If we live that way, we will benefit this earth.
    — Pema Chodron
    The mind that doggedly insists on prejudice often has not intelligence enough to change.
    — Pearl S. Buck
    The transformation of nature, a total fusion of science, art and technology in a sublime statement of human dignity and intelligence through the settlements we build for ourselves.
    — Paulo Mendes da Rocha
    True shamans live in a world that is alive with what is to rationalist sight unseen, a world pulsing with intelligence.
    — Paula Gunn Allen
    tags: live  world  true  intelligence 
    The language of labels is like paper money, issued irresponsibly, with nothing of intrinsic value behind it, that is, with no effort of the intelligence to see, to really apprehend.
    — Paula Fox
    As an intelligence officer, if you don't have a security clearance, you really don't have a job. My military position was, and has been, frozen, for four years.
    — Paula Broadwell
    Intelligence is the ability of a species to live in harmony with its environment.
    — Paul Watson
    Troops must be fed with ammunition and so on but also with information, with images, with visual intelligence. Without these elements troops cannot perform their duties properly. This is what is meant by the logistics of perception.
    — Paul Virilio
    Thus it is no longer a Caesar or a Napoleon who decides on the fate of any particular war but a piece of software! In short, the political intelligence of war and the political intelligence of society no longer penetrate the techno-scientific world.
    — Paul Virilio
    I could give examples of cabinet ministers, including defence ministers, who have no technological culture at all. In other words, what I am suggesting is that the hype generated by the publicity around the Internet and so on is not counter balanced by a political intelligence that is based on a technological culture.
    — Paul Virilio
    Let us put it this way, techno-scientific intelligence is presently insufficiently spread among society at large to enable us to interpret the sorts of techno-scientific advances that are taking shape today.
    — Paul Virilio
    We`re a humane country. We got to make sure that we find the intelligence. We have do it [protecting our boundaries] in a humane way following the law.
    — Paul Ryan
    tags: law  intelligence 
    Osho is a mystical giant, a flowering of a unique intelligence and one of those rare humans ex-pressing himself with joy.
    — Paul Reps
    tags: joy  intelligence 
    To approach animals in their most natural, native settings. I have to understand the mysteries of their behavior. With careful preparation, I can show the animal in its best light, demonstrating its beauty, strength and intelligence.
    — Paul Nicklen
    Suddenly, we humans - a recently arrived species, no longer subject to the checks and balances inherent in nature - have grown in population, technology and intelligence to a position of terrible power.
    — Paul MacCready
    I believe that a person should take an affirmative outlook. There are always problems in life, old and new, uncertainties, and unexpected contingencies. The optimal way to deal with this is not to give up in despair, but to move ahead using the best intelligence and resources that we have to overcome adversity.
    — Paul Kurtz
    The beginning of wisdom is the awareness that there is insufficient evidence that a god or gods have created us and the recognition that we are responsible in part for our own destiny. Human beings can achieve this good life, but it is by the cultivation of the virtues of intelligence and courage, not faith and obedience, that we will most likely be able to do so.
    — Paul Kurtz
    No good has ever come from feeling guilty, neither intelligence, policy, nor compassion. The guilty do not pay attention to the object but only to themselves, and not even to their own interests, which might make sense, but to their anxieties.
    — Paul Goodman
    With intelligence and humility and dedication as our ammunition, we can wage the peace throughout the world with a strength beyond armies, destroying nothing except hate and greed and distrust.
    — Paul G. Hoffman
    It is not true that men prefer foolish women. Rather they prefer women who can simulate foolishness whenever necessary, which is the very core of intelligence.
    — Paul Eldridge
    tags: men  women  true  intelligence 
    Scientific progress is measured in units of courage, not intelligence.
    — Paul Dirac
    The development of artificial intelligence may well imply that man will relinquish his intellectual supremacy in favor of thinking machines. With oceans of time available for future innovation, there seems to be no reason why machines cannot achieve and surpass anything of which the human brain is capable.
    — Paul Davies
    If we're looking for intelligence in the universe I think everybody assumes that this has to start with life and so the question is: "How likely is it that there will be life elsewhere in the universe?"
    — Paul Davies
    Technology is, in the broadest sense, mind or intelligence or purpose blending with nature.
    — Paul Davies
    Intelligence is nothing without delight.
    — Paul Claudel
    tags: intelligence 
    These are Canadian and United States intelligence and law enforcement offices who are working in teams and who are using good intelligence and good law enforcement to really stop the criminals and terrorists before they ever get to the border.
    — Paul Cellucci
    I can tell you that the Canadian intelligence and law enforcement agencies have been providing outstanding co-operation with our intelligence and law enforcement agencies as we work together to track down terrorists here in North America and put them out of commission.
    — Paul Cellucci
    The peculiar interest of magic squares and all lusus numerorum in general lies in the fact that they possess the charm of mystery. They appear to betray some hidden intelligence which by a preconceived plan produces the impression of intentional design, a phenomenon which finds its close analogue in nature.
    — Paul Carus
    If you look back today over the last 25 years, it is a fact that we have had a progressive degeneration of our intelligence community in general; in particular in the field of human intelligence.
    — Paul Bremer
    Escaping into a film is not like escaping into a book. Books force you to give something back to them, to exercise your intelligence and imagination, where as you can watch a film-and even enjoy it-in a state of mindless passivity.
    — Paul Auster
    I believe we all have a unique journey, whether its a journey of pure energy, if there's any intelligence within the journey. But I think each of us have our own way of dissipating or entering a new field.
    — Patti Smith
    Good! Hang in there! It's normal! [Low self-esteem] Often it's a sign of intelligence (but don't let that go to your head haha)
    — Patrick Stump
    tags: intelligence 
    Can collective intelligence save the planet? It's the only hope we have.
    — Patrick Joseph McGovern
    tags: intelligence  hope 
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