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The average man's opinions are generally of more value to himself than to anyone else.
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It is not best that we should all think alike; it is a difference of opinion that makes horse races. Mark Twain
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Where an opinion is general, it is usually correct. Jane Austen
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A point of view can be a dangerous luxury when substituted for insight and understanding. Marshall McLuhan
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Listen, everyone is entitled to my opinion. Madonna
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Opinion is the medium between knowledge and ignorance. Plato
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I care not what others think of what I do, but I care very much about what I think of what I do! That is character! Theodore Roosevelt
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My play was a complete success. The audience was a failure.
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You're entitled to your own opinions. Your are not entitled to your own facts.
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Opinions are the cheapest commodities in the world.
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In every fat book there is a thin book trying to get out.
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Our opinions become fixed at the point where we stop thinking. Ernest Renan
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People will in a great degree, and not without reason, form their opinion of you by that they have of your friends, as, says the
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How much time he saves who does not look to see what his neighbor says or does or thinks. Marcus Aurelius
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Hardly a man in the world has an opinion upon morals, politics or religion which he got otherwise than through his associations and sympathies. Broadly speaking, there are none but corn-pone opinions. And broadly speaking, Corn-Pone stands for Self-Approval. Self-approval is acquired mainly from the approval of other people. The result is Conformity. Mark Twain
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When I want your opinion I'll give it to you. Laurence J. Peter
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The foolish and the dead never change their opinions. James Russell Lowell
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I care not so much what I am in the opinion of others, as what I am in my own; I would be rich of myself and not by borrowing. Michel de Montaigne
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There never was in the world two opinions alike, no more than two hairs or two grains. The most universal quality is diversity. Michel de Montaigne
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Opinions cannot survive if one has no chance to fight for them. Thomas Mann
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A fellow can't keep people from having a bad opinion of him, but he can keep them from being right about it.
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A man who trims himself to suit everybody will soon whittle himself away. Charles M. Schwab
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Altered opinions do not alter a man's character (or do so very little); but they do illuminate individual aspects of the constellation of his personality which with a different constellation of opinions had hitherto remained dark and unrecognizable. Friedrich Nietzsche
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A difference of opinion is what makes horse racing and missionaries. Will Rogers
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Broad-minded is just another way of saying a fellow is too lazy to form an opinion. Will Rogers
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False opinions are like false money, struck first of all by guilty men and thereafter circulated by honest people who perpetuate the crime without knowing what they are doing. Joseph de Maistre
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Law is nothing unless close behind it stands a warm, living public opinion. Wendell Phillips
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No work of art ever puts forward views. Views belong to people who are not artists. Oscar Wilde
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We would not let ourselves be burned to death for our opinions: we are not sure enough of them for that. But perhaps for the right to have our opinions and to change them. Friedrich Nietzsche
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The peculiar evil of silencing the expression of an opinion is, that it is robbing the human race; posterity as well as the existing generation; those who dissent from the opinion, still more than those who hold it. If the opinion is right, they are deprived of the opportunity of exchanging error for truth: if wrong, they lose, what is almost as great a benefit, the clearer perception and livelier impression of truth, produced by its collision with error. John Stuart Mill
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It takes a very deep-rooted opinion to survive unexpressed. Jean Rostand
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The history of human opinion is scarcely anything more than the history of human errors. Voltaire
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The deadliest contagion is majority opinion.
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In my opinion a mathematician need not preoccupy himself with philosophy -- An opinion, moreover, which has been expressed by many philosophers.
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A great deal of laziness of mind is called liberty of opinion.
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A man is getting along on the road to wisdom when he begins to realize that his opinion is just an opinion.
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Don't be swayed just because they say it's public opinion. Remember, public opinion is simple what everybody else thinks.
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Don't worry over what other people are thinking about you. They're too busy worrying over what you are thinking about them.
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If God thought about you as much as you think about Him, where would you be?
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Public opinion is held in reverence. It settles everything. Some think it is the voice of God. Mark Twain
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It is difference of opinion that makes horse races. Mark Twain
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I usually make up my mind about a man in ten seconds, and I very rarely change it. Margaret Thatcher
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Things are not to be judged good or bad merely because the public think so. Tacitus
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To find out your real opinion of someone, judge the impression you have when you first see a letter from them. Arthur Schopenhauer
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Do not seek the truth, only cease to cherish your opinions.
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Do not fear to be eccentric in opinion, for every opinion now accepted was once eccentric. Bertrand Russell
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It is clear that thought is not free if the profession of certain opinions makes it impossible to earn a living. Bertrand Russell
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A mass of men equals a mass of opinions. Daniel Webster
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Opinions are formed in a process of open discussion and public debate, and where no opportunity for the forming of opinions exists, there may be moods --moods of the masses and moods of individuals, the latter no less fickle and unreliable than the former --but no opinion. Hannah Arendt