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  1. Psychoanalysis has changed American psychology from a diagnostic to a therapeutic science, not because so many patients are cured by the psychoanalytic technique, but because of the new understanding of psychiatric patients it has given us, and the new and different concept of illness and health.
       -- Karl A. Menninger

  2. A wonderful discovery--psychoanalysis. Makes quite simple people feel they're complex.
       -- Samuel N. Behrman

  3. Anybody who is 25 or 30 years old has physical scars from all sorts of things, from tuberculosis to polio. It's the same with the mind.
       -- Moses R. Kaufman

  4. Psychoanalysis is the mental illness it purports to cure.
       -- Karl Krauss


  5. That miscellaneous collection of a few wise and many foolish individuals, called the public.
       -- John Stuart Mill

  6. The public is a ferocious beast: one must either chain it up or flee from it.
       -- Voltaire

  7. If there's anything a public servant hates to do it's something for the public.
       -- Kin Hubbard

  8. The public is wiser than the wisest critic.
       -- George Bancroft

  9. The people are to be taken in very small doses.
       -- Ralph Waldo Emerson

  10. In a free and republican government, you cannot restrain the voice of the multitude.
       -- George Washington

  11. The public wishes itself to be managed like a woman; one must say nothing to it except what it likes to hear.
       -- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  12. The public have neither shame nor gratitude.
       -- William Hazlitt

  13. The trouble with the public is that there is too much of it; what we need in public is less quantity and more quality.
       -- Don Marquis


  14. Modern business and persons and organizations that seek publicity must recognize their obligations to the public and to the press.
       -- Henry F. Woods, Jr.

  15. I don't care what they call me as long as they mention my name.
       -- George M. Cohan

  16. Without publicity there can be no public support, and without public support every nation must decay.
       -- Benjamin Disraeli

  17. Publicity, publicity, PUBLICITY is the greatest moral factor and force in our public life.
       -- Joseph Pulitzer

  18. The effect of power and publicity on all men is the aggravation of self, a sort of tumor that ends by killing the victim's sympathies.
       -- Henry Brooks Adams


  19. Unfaithfulness in the keeping of an appointment is an act of clear dishonesty. You may as well borrow a person's money as his time.
       -- Horace Mann

  20. Punctuality is one of the cardinal business virtues: always insist on it in your subordinates.
       -- Don Marquis

  21. I could never think well of a man's intellectual or moral character, if he was habitually unfaithful to his appointments.
       -- Nathaniel Emmons

  22. If you're there before it's over, you're on time.
       -- James J. Walker


  23. One man meets an infamous punishment for that crime which confers a diadem on others.
       -- Juvenal

  24. Punishment is justice for the unjust.
       -- Saint Augustine

  25. Crime and punishment grow out of one stem.
       -- Ralph Waldo Emerson

  26. The best of us being unfit to die, what an unexpressible absurdity to put the worst to death.
       -- Nathaniel Hawthorne

  27. Many a man spanks his children for the things his own father should have spanked out of him.
       -- Don Marquis

  28. It is as expedient that a wicked man be punished as that a sick man be cured by a physician; for all chastisement is a kind of medicine.
       -- Plato

  29. If punishment makes not the will supple it hardens the offender.
       -- John Locke


  30. The good man is the man who, no matter how morally unworthy he has been, is moving to become better.
       -- John Dewey

  31. Only the consciousness of a purpose that is mightier than any man and worthy of all men can fortify and inspirit and compose the souls of men.
       -- Walter Lippmann

  32. Lack of something to feel important about is almost the greatest tragedy a man may have.
       -- Arthur E. Morgan

  33. The secret of success is constancy to purpose.
       -- Benjamin Disraeli

  34. Great minds have purposes, others have wishes.
       -- Washington Irving


  35. Men tire themselves in pursuit of rest.
       -- Laurence Sterne

  36. Like one that on a lonesome road
      Doth walk in fear and dread,
    And having once turned round walks on,
      And turns no more his head;
    Because he knows a frightful fiend
      Doth close behind him tread.
       -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge

  37. The rapture of pursuing is the prize the vanquished gain.
       -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

  38. The crowning fortune of a man is to be born to some pursuit which finds him employment and happiness, whether it be to make baskets, or broadswords, or canals, or statues, or songs.
       -- Ralph Waldo Emerson


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