Please find below a curated list of 678 of The Best Resolve Quotes by notable women and men. Please consider sharing with others any of the Resolve Quotes that resonate.
There is no military solution to the war in Iraq. Our troops can help suppress the violence, but they cannot solve its root causes. And all the troops in the world won’t be able to force Shia, Sunni, and Kurd to sit down at a table, resolve their differences, and forge a lasting peace. In fact, adding more troops will only push this political settlement further and further into the future, as it tells the Iraqis that no matter how much of a mess they make, the American military will always be there to clean it up.
Maybe we, the cultural workers , could apply ourselves. We’re not going to resolve it in this moment or even in this generation, but perhaps as some kind of agenda we could invite our writers and cultural workers to address the problem a little more responsibly, because people are suffering tremendously from a want of data.
Liberal education, which consists in the constant intercourse with the greatest minds, is a training in the highest form of modesty. … It is at the same time a training in boldness. … It demands from us the boldness implied in the resolve to regard the accepted views as mere opinions, or to regard the average opinions as extreme opinions which are at least as likely to be wrong as the most strange or least popular opinions
I thanked the President [George W. Bush] for the steadfastness and resolve with which he’s tackling the very complicated problems in the Middle East and Iraq, as well as the Israel-Palestinian issue…. It’s critical for us in Southeast Asia that America does that…. because it affects America’s standing in Asia and the world, and also the security environment in Asia because extremists, the jihadists, watch carefully what’s happening in the Middle East and take heart, or lose heart, depending on what’s happening.
The principle that the majority have a right to rule the minority, practically resolves all government into a mere contest between two bodies of men, as to which of them shall be masters, and which of them slaves; a contest, that-however bloody-can, in the nature of things, never be finally closed, so long as man refuses to be a slave.
I prove the supreme law of Gods and sky,
And the primordial germs of things unfold,
Whence Nature all creates, and multiplies
And fosters all, and whither she resolves
Each in the end when each is overthrown.
This ultimate stock we have devised to name
Procreant atoms, matter, seeds of things,
Or primal bodies, as primal to the world.
Generally, the imagery and the text go hand in hand. It’s much easier when the text comes first, but sometimes I need visual stimulation in order to find the words. I get an idea of what I want when I begin to shoot, and the text is usually the last thing to be resolved. I tend to leave the text open, and I refine the words up to the last minute. As for the image, I can resolve that and get that done fairly quickly.
I rather shared Nietzsche’s conception of the kind of individual that an ideal education should be cultivating. ‘Authenticity’ is not Nietzsche’s term, but as used by some existentialists, it nicely captures what Nietzsche admired – the resolve of an individual person to forge his or her own ‘table of values’, to be emancipated from strait-jacketing conventions, traditions, and ideologies. As embodied in the ‘Overman’, authenticity is the antidote to ‘bad’ nihilism.