Francis Crick, co-discover of the structure of the DNA molecule, on free will.
Although we appear to have free will, in fact, our choices have already been predetermined for us and we cannot change that.
Christina Zeller, Product & Image Director at Delvaux, on the simplicity of a Delvaux gentleman.
The Delvaux gentleman is the kind of man who only has a pressed white shirt in his briefcase and a major contract about to be signed…All electronic devices, chargers or tablets travel separately with his deputy assistant.
New York Times Art Critic, criticizes curators for what white, Euro-American civilization did and was doing to the native people, animals and plants of North America
It’s as if the devastation of the West were an inevitable natural disaster rather than the product of vicious programs and policies of business and government.
Charles Lindbergh, the famous aviator, during the height of Hitler's reign of terror at the Nazi Olympics in 1936. After being the first aviator to make a solo crossing of the Atlantic Ocean, Lindbergh had been the most admired man in the United States and a national hero.
[Germans have] a sense of decency and values which is way ahead of our own.
Bill Gates, Microsoft Co-Founder, on giving money to art museums
The moral equivalent is, we’re going to take 1 per cent of the people who visit this [museum] and blind them. Are they willing, because it has their name on the new wing, to take that risk? Hmm, maybe this blinding thing is slightly barbaric.