"Society" Sayings and Quotes
Consumer society tantalises us. We then try within ourselves to control the needs that are being constantly stimulated.
One of the things that Americans, as a multiracial society, feel is a tremendous sensitivity to racial comments of all kinds.
When I was very young, I took no interest in party politics. My line of interest was how can you be part of an influence to the society that you live in.
Writing is a solitary occupation. Family, friends, and society are the natural enemies of the writer. He must be alone, uninterrupted, and slightly savage if he is to sustain and complete an undertaking.
The stark and inescapable fact is that today we cannot defend our society by war since total war is total destruction, and if war is used as an instrument of policy, eventually we will have total war.
Japan is a well-educated, technological society. It is a free society, protects intellectual property.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution demands that CEOs take responsibility for the massive transformation of their businesses and for the extraordinary impact that this transformation will have on wider society.
It is easy to remove the mind from harping on the lost illusion of immortality. The disciplined intellect fears nothing and craves no sugar-plum at the day's end, but is content to accept life and serve society as best it may.
If the children of a group's founder are to take over that group, they need the endorsement of society.
Chemical synthesis is uniquely positioned at the heart of chemistry, the central science, and its impact on our lives and society is all pervasive.
The American Dream means any person can achieve prosperity through hard work and ingenuity because there are no inherent barriers in our society.
Throughout the history of America, we have been a nation driven by the idea of the frontier - a place where law was slim and liberty was enormous, where you could make your way in the world based on your own ambition and abilities, not fenced in by the limitations of society.
I went to the States with that amount of prejudice which seems the birthright of every English person, but I found that, under the knowledge of the Americans which can be attained by a traveller mixing in society in every grade, these prejudices gradually melted away.
I sometimes think that unions don't understand that we live in a free society, and people have the right to not select union representation if they don't want it.
In the case of the Paris Agreement, if we want to have full compliance with the Paris Agreement, we need not only action by governments; we need the action by all of society.
Terms like that, 'Humane Society,' are devised with people like me in mind, who don't care to dwell on what happens to the innocent.