Quotes About Posturing

Quotes tagged as "posturing" (showing 1-5 of 5)
Christine Feehan
“Men always seemed to growl and sniff around each other, bristling over nothing, and just as suddenly become buddies at the least likely moments.”
Christine Feehan, Oceans of Fire

Leonid Borodin
“I was utterly convinced that an intellectual could never be anything but an intellectual, was simply not capable of being anything else, that his intellectuality would, sooner or later, erode his faith or erode whatever he'd masked it with . . . For example, intellectuals like to dress themselves up as peasants . . . but it never works. The intellectual's constitution is impervious to such things - it permits only one object of worship - oneself. Generally speaking, an intellectual in the contemporary version is an exceptionally resourceful and, essentially, pitiful being.”
Leonid Borodin, Partings

Trevor D. Richardson
“It’s all society is, the repressed sex drives of men, the objectification of women, their paranoia, the posturing, the macho stances, the beauty standard, it’s all just one charade masking a never ending hard on.”
Trevor D. Richardson, Dystopia Boy: The Unauthorized Files

James Taranto
“The American people are fed up...with political posturing.' True, but also an example of political posturing.”
James Taranto

“Again and again the old groupings of left and right no longer seem helpful. Sloganeering and dogmatizing settle nothing, nor do emotional tirades and protests really help us sort things through in a thoughtful, biblical fashion.”
Arthur F. Holmes, Ethics: Approaching Moral Decisions

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