The obese is in a total delirium. For he is not only large, of a size opposed to normal morphology: he is larger than large. He no longer makes sense in some distinctive opposition, but in his excess, his redundancy.
— Jean Baudrillard

As Plato sometimes speaks of the divine love, it arises not out of indigency, as created love does, but out of fullness and redundancy; it is an overflowing fountain, and that love which descends upon created being is a free efflux from the almighty source of love; and it is well pleasing to him that those creatures which he hath made should partake of it.
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Every economy is uncertain. Referring to this or any economy as "uncertain" is an unnecessary and pessimistic redundancy.
— Bo Bennett

Nick plays a corrupt politician, which is kind of a redundant statement.
— Alan Rudolph

I was always cutting dialogue out when we were rehearsing, and when I produced movies, too. I felt that people don't say things in life - they act, they do things. I always wanted my characters doing, rather than saying what they were doing - which was redundant.
— redundant quotation by Donna Mills