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The Best Quotes About Ontology  

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A list of the best ontology quotes and sayings, including the names of each speaker or author when available. This list is sorted by popularity, so only the most famous ontology quotes are at the top. The authors of these historic ontology quotes are displayed next to each quote, so if you see one you like be sure to check out other inspirational ontology quotes from that same writer.

This list answers the questions, "What are the best quotes about ontology?" and "What are inspirational ontology quotes?"

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“If, as you teach, the universe has no beginning and no end, why should we?" Janet Morris
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Everything flows. Janet Morris, Heraclitus
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"You get what you expect. Expect to heal. Expect victory." Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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So well do I love you, I go to my god singing your praises. When I meet my father, I will tell him I fought beside you. Janet Morris
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The universe forgives those who give until their hearts are aching and their spirits weak, and finds a way to renew all strength and cure all ills, in this world or the next, if a soul can just have faith. Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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Wars don’t bring lasting peace, only lasting death. Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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You cannot step twice into the same river, for other waters are continually flowing on. Heraclitus
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Grab reality by the balls and squeeze. Janet Morris
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"And as for death -- we get what we expect." Janet Morris
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‎"Dreamers and dreaming dead, lots of them from neither here nor there with no chance of getting home again, lost in place and time..." Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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All gods are tricksters, and war gods worst of any. Janet Morris
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"Revenge is fruitless." Janet Morris
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Here Stormbringer spies the Stepsons, the Theban fighters, and the 3rd Commando, attending to their own. In the face of such unflinching determination and unswerving devotion, the hurricane pauses and calms. Its ravings turn to mutters. Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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Valor was in Nikodemos, unquestionable, and commitment like trees to stand or night to fall. Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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"You must become like yourself." Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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"The point is life." Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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Here and now was always where Tempus was, not off somewhere in the realm of Greater Good or Mortal Soul or Eternal Consequence. He'd lost the ability to determine greater good, if there was one; his mortal soul he'd given up on long ago. And as for eternal consequence -- he was its embodiment. Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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The Fates are here because of supernal anger, celestial imbalance, and arrogance of men and gods that must be curbed. Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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This was what men fought for, what men died for: a chance at life, and to fight on other days -- the battle of your choice, of the body, or the heart, or the soul. Janet Morris
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Sometimes a man does what he'd most like to avoid. Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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"Humans create their futures every day of every year; only you can alter your worlds." Janet Morris, Chris Morris
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‎"For Tempus...was a dozen storm gods' avatar; no army he sanctified could know defeat; no war he fought could not be won. Combat was life to him; he fought like the gods themselves..." Janet Morris
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"No ethos, pursued without thought or mercy, is ethical." Janet Morris
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"Let fools believe what fools believe." Janet Morris
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"Every man's in his own hands, with a little help from his brothers." Janet Morris