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|THERE exists an old saying, true to a more or less extent, to the effect that "|
familiarity breeds contempt." This, however, is a pretty broad generalization. To
get down to more definite specifications, familiarity acts as a breeder of other
|Familiarity breeds contempt. Do you agree with this well-known saying? Do you |
think that becoming more familiar with an object or a person leads to unfavorable
(or, at least, less favorable) attitudes? Perhaps boredom sets in, or perhaps we ...
|ф\тштШ90о I Familiarity breeds contempt. ШШ^.ЫШ Ш^тштт ИРШШШ} ФЙ~|
П1е Fox and the Lion юлймш^ еш^з^шу«^ mm mmmj* Familiarity breeds
contempt, and distance earns respect. Desperation breeds contempt. Familiarity
|Establishing and maintaining proper boundaries prevents familiarity. This is very |
important because familiarity breeds contempt or disrespect. Think of how a
person treats a new car. He admires it, thinks it is beautiful, washes it all the time,
|... seldom to blame. FAMILIARITY breeds contempt Cf. ST. AUGUSTINEScala |
Paradisi 8 (Migne 40, col. 1001) vulgare proverbium est, quod nimia familiaritas
parit contemptum, it is a common proverb, that too much familiarity breeds
|The old adage "familiarity breeds contempt" is a good watch phrase. Solomon |
said it this way: "Dead flies cause the ointment of the apothecary to send forth a
stinking savour: so doth a little folly him that is in reputation for wisdom and
|If familiarity can breed contempt, why can't procrastination drink serendipity? Of |
course the answer is that familiarity does not breed contempt; 'familiarity' 'breeds' '
contempt'. The map is not a map of the world but a map of our concepts of the ...
|Familiarity Breeds Contempt Charles de Gaulle once said, There can be no |
prestige without mystery, for familiarity breeds contempt. So, does familiarity
breed contempt? The answer is a resounding yes! Many managers have had this
|Initially, I said, It's wrong to say familiarity breeds contempt. Later I said, |
Familiarity does not necessarily breed contempt. Eventually I grew to say, Ok.
Sometimes familiarity breeds contempt. Now I see almost always familiarity