Schlagwort-Archiv: Denken

Erdreistaunliche Deutredlichkeit.

Aber weil ich doch irgendeine dunkle Vorstellung habe, die mit dem, was ich suche, von fern her in einiger Verbindung steht, so prägt, wenn ich nur dreist damit den Anfang mache, das Gemüt, während die Rede fortschreitet, in der Notwendigkeit, dem Anfang nun auch ein Ende zu finden, jene verworrene Vorstellung zur völligen Deutlichkeit aus, dergestalt, daß die Erkenntnis zu meinem Erstaunen mit der Periode fertig ist.

Heinrich von Kleist (1805): Über die allmähliche Verfertigung der Gedanken beim Reden

World Thinking Day.

Use it well.

Schnelltscheidung.

“It may seem hard for you to believe, but mark my word—whenever serious and competent people need to get things done in the real world, all considerations of tradition and protocol fly out the window.”

[...]

“Ssh! The Doctor’s trying to make a very difficult decision,” Eliza said. “Just make it—that’s what I say—doesn’t get easier if you think about it,” Jack advised.

Neal Stephenson: Quicksilver

Redenken.

And then whenever I stop and think — why did I want to do something? — how did I work out how to do it? — I get a very strong desire just to stop thinking about it. Like I have now. It’s a big effort to talk about it.

Douglas Adams: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Kurzarbeit.

... when a man has reached the age of thirty, as Orlando now had, time when he is thinking becomes inordinately long; time when he is doing becomes inordinately short.

Virginia Woolf: Orlando: A Biography

Elongated nons.

As nouns the difference between car and train is that car is (dated) a wheeled vehicle, drawn by a horse or other animal or car can be (computing) the first part of a cons in lisp the first element of a list while train is elongated portion or train can be (obsolete) treachery; deceit.

WikiDiff: What is the difference between car and train?

Th-ink.

Auch wenn sie nie eine Tätowierung haben wollte tat es gut darüber nachzudenken welche es denn wäre. Und wo und wann und warum.

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