„Have a healthy disregard for the impossible.“

—  Larry Page

Larry Page's Google Zeitgeist 2012 talk https://singularityhub.com/2012/05/27/larry-page-with-a-healthy-disregard-for-the-impossible-people-can-do-almost-anything/

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amerikanischer Informatiker und Unternehmer 1973

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„A scientist ought to have a healthy disregard for coincidences.“

—  Fritz Leiber, buch Conjure Wife

Quelle: Conjure Wife (1953), Chapter 3 (p. 39).

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François Duvalier Foto

„I accept the people's will. As a revolutionary, I have no right to disregard the will of the people.“

—  François Duvalier 40th President of the Republic of Haiti 1907 - 1971

Quoted in Elizabeth Abbott, Haiti: An insider's history of the rise and fall of the Duvaliers (1988), p. 103.

Michael Chabon Foto

„Every golden age is as much a matter of disregard as of felicity.“

—  Michael Chabon, buch Die unglaublichen Abenteuer von Kavalier und Clay

Quelle: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay

Thomas Jackson Foto

„Disregard public opinion when it interferes with your duty.“

—  Thomas Jackson Confederate general 1824 - 1863

Misattributed, Jackson's personal book of maxims

Anaïs Nin Foto

„The unconscious can become destructive if it is disregarded and thwarted.“

—  Anaïs Nin, buch The Novel of the Future

The Novel of the Future (1969)

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„Yet in time of stress and public agitation we have too great a tendency to disregard this policy and indulge in race hatred, religious intolerance, and disregard of equal rights. Such sentiments are bound to react upon those who harbor them. Instead of being a benefit they are a positive injury.“

—  Calvin Coolidge American politician, 30th president of the United States (in office from 1923 to 1929) 1872 - 1933

1920s, Ways to Peace (1926)
Kontext: Yet in time of stress and public agitation we have too great a tendency to disregard this policy and indulge in race hatred, religious intolerance, and disregard of equal rights. Such sentiments are bound to react upon those who harbor them. Instead of being a benefit they are a positive injury. We do not have to examine history very far before we see whole countries that have been blighted, whole civilizations that have been shattered by a spirit of intolerance. They are destructive of order and progress at home and a danger to peace and good will abroad. No better example exists of toleration than that which is exhibited by those who wore the blue toward those who wore the gray. Our condition today is not merely that of one people under one flag, but of a thoroughly united people who have seen bitterness and enmity which once threatened to sever them pass away, and a spirit of kindness and good will reign over them all.

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„A callous disregard for the claims of innocent human life is the heart and soul of the evil of terrorism.“

—  Alan Keyes American politician 1950

Speech at Thanksgiving Point, Lehi, Utah, September 24, 2002. http://renewamerica.us/archives/speeches/02_09_24utah.htm.
2002

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Robert Owen Foto

„My life was not useless; I gave important truths to the world, and it was only for want of understanding that they were disregarded. I have been ahead of my time.“

—  Robert Owen Welsh social reformer 1771 - 1858

Deathbed statement (November 1858), in response to a church minister who asked if he regretted wasting his life on fruitless projects; as quoted in Harold Hill : A People's History http://www.haroldhill.org/section_two/section_two_page_one.htm (2004).

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„Someone who is determined to disbelieve something can manage to disregard an Everest of evidence for it.“

—  George Will American newspaper columnist, journalist, and author 1941

Column, March 14, 2014, "Democrats are making income inequality worse" http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/george-will-democrats-policies-make-income-inequality-worse/2014/03/14/97d5074e-aada-11e3-adbc-888c8010c799_story.html at washingtonpost.com
2010s

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Seth Grahame-Smith Foto

„Elizabeth lifted her skirt, disregarding modesty, and delivered a swift kick to the creature's head.“

—  Seth Grahame-Smith, buch Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Quelle: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

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„It is our disregard for nature and our disrespect of the animals we should share the planet with that has caused this pandemic, that was predicted long ago.“

—  Jane Goodall British primatologist, ethologist, and anthropologist 1934

" Jane Goodall says 'disrespect for animals' caused pandemic https://news.yahoo.com/jane-goodall-says-disrespect-animals-caused-pandemic-091036641.html", Yahoo News, April 11, 2020.

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„This is not only dishonest; it also carries a severe penalty with it. If you disregard people's motives, it becomes much harder to foresee their actions.“

—  George Orwell English author and journalist 1903 - 1950

"As I Please," Tribune (8 December 1944)<sup> http://alexpeak.com/twr/tdoaom/</sup>
"As I Please" (1943–1947)
Kontext: We are told that it is only people's objective actions that matter, and their subjective feelings are of no importance. Thus pacifists, by obstructing the war effort, are 'objectively' aiding the Nazis; and therefore the fact that they may be personally hostile to Fascism is irrelevant. I have been guilty of saying this myself more than once. The same argument is applied to Trotskyism... To criticize the Soviet Union helps Hitler: therefore "Trotskyism is Fascism". And when this has been established, the accusation of conscious treachery is usually repeated. This is not only dishonest; it also carries a severe penalty with it. If you disregard people's motives, it becomes much harder to foresee their actions.

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„It is not reasonable for each government to come with a new plan every five years, and disregard previous programmes, particularly as no government will ever have the time, during a single mandate, to fully implement its project.“

—  Mohammed VI of Morocco King of Morocco 1963

Original French: En effet, il n'est pas raisonnable que tous les cinq ans, chaque nouveau gouvernement arrive avec un nouveau plan, faisant l'impasse sur les plans antérieurs, alors qu'il ne pourra pas exécuter le sien intégralement, au vu de la courte durée de son mandat.
Televised Speech 20 August 2013 http://www.maroc.ma/en/royal-speeches/speech-his-majesty-king-nation-occasion-60th-anniversary-revolution-king-and-people

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