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Norman Cousins

Geburtstag: 24. Juni 1915
Todesdatum: 30. November 1990

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Norman Cousins war ein prominenter politischer Redakteur, Wissenschaftsjournalist, Autor und Friedensaktivist.

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„People who develop the habit of thinking of themselves as world citizens are fulfilling the first requirement of sanity in our time.“

— Norman Cousins
Context: The present mode of life on earth is madness, which is nontheless lethal for being legal. Rational existence is possible, but it calls for a world consciousness and a world design. People who develop the habit of thinking of themselves as world citizens are fulfilling the first requirement of sanity in our time. Editorial (1971).

„There is a tendency to mistake data for wisdom, just as there has always been a tendency to confuse logic with values, intelligence with insight. Unobstructed access to facts can produce unlimited good only if it is matched by the desire and ability to find out what they mean and where they lead.“

— Norman Cousins
Context: There is a tendency to mistake data for wisdom, just as there has always been a tendency to confuse logic with values, intelligence with insight. Unobstructed access to facts can produce unlimited good only if it is matched by the desire and ability to find out what they mean and where they lead. Facts are terrible things if left sprawling and unattended. They are too easily regarded as evaluated certainties rather than as the rawest of raw materials crying to be processed into the texture of logic. It requires a very unusual mind, Whitehead said, to undertake the analysis of a fact. The computer can provide a correct number, but it may be an irrelevant number until judgment is pronounced. "Freedom as Teacher" in Human Options : An Autobiographical Notebook (1981).

„Far more real than the ticking of time is the way we open up the minutes and invest them with meaning. Death is not the ultimate tragedy in life. The ultimate tragedy is to die without discovering the possibilities of full growth.“

— Norman Cousins
Context: Hope, faith, love and a strong will to live offer no promise of immortality, only proof of our uniqueness ans human beings and the opportunity to experience full growth even under the grimmest circumstances. Far more real than the ticking of time is the way we open up the minutes and invest them with meaning. Death is not the ultimate tragedy in life. The ultimate tragedy is to die without discovering the possibilities of full growth. Quoted in Good Housekeeping (November 1989), p. 92.

„Governments are not built to perceive large truths. Only people can perceive great truths.“

— Norman Cousins
Context: Governments are not built to perceive large truths. Only people can perceive great truths. Governments specialize in small and intermediate truths. They have to be instructed by their people in great truths. The Pathology of Power (1987), pg. 207).

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„Laughter is a form of internal jogging. It moves your internal organs around. It enhances respiration. It is an igniter of great expectations.“

— Norman Cousins
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