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Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Anna Freud, Adrienne Rich or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous problematic quote.
Everything becomes so problematic because of basic faults: from a discontent with myself. — Anna Freud
The connections between and among women are the most feared, the most problematic, and the most potentially transforming force on the planet. — Adrienne Rich
Some argue that recognition of the genocide has become even more problematic now, when the world is at war with terrorism and the United States cannot afford to offend the sensibility of our Turkish ally. — Adam Schiff
Adult stem cells are also problematic, as they are difficult to identify, purify and grow, and simply may not exist for certain diseased tissues that need to be replaced. — Eliot Engel
Using MO to link crimes can be problematic. — Pat Brown
The tensions are always based on financial resources. Something like film is very problematic because it is viewed as an art form and also as an industry with a pure commercial base. — Ann Macbeth
Thoughts are fine when you don't confuse them with who you are, and then thoughts are not a problem. Thinking is a wonderful tool to create things in this world. It only becomes problematic and a source of suffering when you confuse thinking with who you are. — Eckhart Tolle
If I read the word 'problematize' one more time, I'm going to vomit. — Gloria Steinem
I am drawn to women who are independent and creative, which is problematic because it's a struggle, a competition of careers. There's jealousy.
If you say city to people, people have no problem thinking of the city as rife with problematic, screwed-up people, but if you say suburbs - and I'm not the first person to say this, it's been said over and over again in literature - there's a sense of normalcy.
Even in today's opera world, the position of the black tenor is problematic.
Memoirs are going to be problematic sells for a while, though, because even if memoir means "based in memory," right now, in the collective mind, memoir means "recovery." When my agent and I started looking at small presses the possibility for my book, I realized most small presses were not publishing memoir, because they don't want to be associated with the genre that Mary Karr calls, half-facetiously, "literature's trashy cousin."
If there is an event for whatever reason, which interferes with the Internet or network communications, are people able to deal with it? It seems like our dependency on these systems is so great that the room for maneuver as it were is very small. So that is problematic.
I agree that actually taking existing stocks of ammo away from people is problematic, but they can certainly keep people from buying any new ones. They can hoard themselves. They can buy it up themselves. They can demand the manufacturers stop selling it or they can demand the manufacturers start making new ammo for which there is no gun. There are any number of ways they can do. But the point is, don't doubt their intention here.
I am proud to be American. We wouldn't have our big dreams without this quality, but if we can't agree on the shape of reality, when a White House, on the second day of a new administration, is arguing for alternative facts, that's problematic.
When I know who is speaking, I see that there is a commitment.
I need to know there is some commitment. I need to find an author. "I" can also be polyphonic, fictional, inhabited by a multitude of characters, be right or wrong or at fault or corrupted. But that's more "the self" than "me, me, me." It's problematic. There are times to say "we."
In my work, I participate in the things that I critique.
I satirize the things that I love and know well and find problematic.
Look at this Judith Miller thing. Isn't that problematic? Like, she's getting fed information from the White House and she's feeding it to her editors and then it's in the Times and then the people at the White House can quote themselves? And it's the New York Times!