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Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Jose Ortega y Gasset, Sir Peter Medawar or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous entirety quote.

We have need of history in its entirety, not to fall back into it, but to see if we can escape from it. — Jose Ortega y Gasset

Considered in its entirety, psychoanalysis won't do. It's an end product, moreover, like a dinosaur or a zeppelin; no better theory can ever be erected on its ruins, which will remain for ever one of the saddest and strangest of all landmarks in the history of twentieth-century thought. — Sir Peter Medawar

It's a strange thing, but you get this click in your brain; the wonderful feeling that the entirety of a character is suddenly available and accessible to you. — Chiwetel Ejiofor

The more living patterns there are in a place - a room, a building, or a town - the more it comes to life as an entirety, the more it glows, the more it has that self-maintaining fire which is the quality without a name. — Christopher Alexander

I'm beginning to get pigeonholed as the girl who plays the crazies and weirdoes - and that's not the entirety of who I am. Hopefully, the whole point of being in this profession is that you change into anyone you want to be. — Fairuza Balk

Like all those possessing a library, Aurelian was aware that he was guilty of not knowing his in its entirety. — Jorge Luis Borges

Israel's capital will never again be a divided city, a city with a wall at its center, a city in which two flags fly. This city, will, in its entirety, absorb immigrants, welcome pilgrims and be the eternal capital of Israel forever. — Yitzhak Shamir

In its entirety, probably, it follows us at every instant; all that we have felt, thought and willed from our earliest infancy is there, leaning over the present which is about to join it, pressing against the portals of consciousness that would fain leave it outside. — Henri Bergson