„The speaker must choose a comprehensible [verständlich] expression so that speaker and hearer can understand one another.“

—  Jürgen Habermas, Habermas (1979) cited in: Werner Ulrich (1983) Critical heuristics of social planning. p. 123
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„I will content myself, Mr. Speaker, with those principal motives to union; first, that we are in the rapids and must go on;“

—  Thomas D'Arcy McGee Canadian politician 1825 - 1868
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„First, we must be very clear that you and the speaker are treating life not as a problem but as a tremendous movement.“

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