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To disregard what the world thinks of us is not only arrogant but utterly shameless. — Marcus Tullius Cicero

All things atrocious and shameless flock from all parts to Rome. — Tacitus

Reason is a whore, surviving by simulation, versatility, and shamelessness. — E. M. Cioran

In the construction of Immortal Fame you need first of all a cosmic shamelessness. — Umberto Eco

Shamelessness is a wonderful part of the character. — Stephen Colbert

We have all seen with a sense of nausea the abject, squalid, shameless avowal made in the Oxford Union. We are told that we ought not to treat it seriously. The Times talked of the childrens hour. I disagree. It is a very disquieting and disgusting symptom. One can almost feel the curl of contempt upon the lips of the manhood of Germany, Italy, and France when they read the message sent out by Oxford University in the name of Young England. Let them be assured that it is not the last word. But before they blame, as blame they should, these callow ill-tutored youths, they must be sure that they have not been set a bad example by people much older and much higher up. — Winston Churchill

The monopoly capitalists - even while employing purely empirical methods - weave around art a complicated web which converts it into a willing tool. The superstructure of society ordains the type of art in which the artist has to be educated. Rebels are subdued by its machinery and only rare talents may create their own work. The rest become shameless hacks or are crushed. — Ernesto Che Guevara

In an age of unscrupulous and shameless book-making, it is a duty to give notice of the rubbish that cumbers the ground. There is no credit, no real power required for this task. It is the work of an intellectual scavenger, and far from being specially honorable. — R. H. Hutton