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Thomas F. Pettigrew - 1982 - 127 pages
|Definitions of prejudice abound. Prejudice, one aphorism asserts, is being down |
on something you are not up on. Prejudice, goes another, is a vagrant opinion
without visible means of support. For Voltaire, prejudice was opinion without ...
Lilless McPherson Shilling, Linda K. Fuller - 1997 - 315 pages
|PREJUDICE. Racism is the snobbery of the poor. Raymond Aron A prejudice is a |
vagrant opinion without visible means of support. Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's
Dictionary Being a star has made it possible for me to get insulted in places
|“The net effect of prejudice ... is to place the object of prejudice at some |
disadvantage not merited by his [or her] own misconduct” (Allport, 1954b, p. 9).
One wag defined prejudice as “A vagrant opinion without visible means of
support” (Bierce, ...
David Lyle Shields - 1995 - 172 pages
|Because diverse forms of prejudice share a similar psychological structure, it is |
not surprising to find that a person who has a strong prejudice against ... As one
aphorism states, "Prejudice is a vagrant opinion without visible means of support.
|Abrantes, Duchess Prejudice and self-sufficiency naturally proceed from |
inexperience of the world, and ignorance of mankind. - Addison, Joseph All ...
Bacon, Francis A prejudice is a vagrant opinion without visible means of support.
- Bierce ...
|A prejudice is a vagrant opinion without visible means of support. By Ambrose |
Bierce Quote Rating 75% Topics: Prejudice When dealing with people,
remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but with creatures of
Hugh Rawson, Margaret Miner - 2006 - 898 pages
|3 —Mark Twain, When in Doubt, Tell the Truth, in Albert Bigelow Paine, ed., |
Speeches  Prejudice, n. A vagrant opinion without visible means of support
. —Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's Dictionary, 1906 4 I ran across a Prejudice.
Jennifer Lynn Eberhardt, Susan T. Fiske - 1998 - 352 pages
|Second, it indicates how critical the intergroup situation is to prejudice and |
discrimination. Third, it reviews four social psychological ... Prejudice, goes
another, is a vagrant opinion without visible means of support. Like "intelligence"
and other ...
Douglas Wilson, Douglas Wilson and G. Tyler Fischer - 2006 - 618 pages
|Though Austen does not write epistolary novels, letters play an important role in |
her novel, as, for example, Darcy refutes Wickham in a letter to ... Ambrose Bierce
writes, "A prejudice is a vagrant opinion without visible means of support.
Robert Andrews - 1989 - 343 pages
|Prejudice 236 The Methodists love your big sinners, as proper subjects to work |
upon. Horace ... William James (1842-1910) American psychologist, philosopher
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