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Mikolaj Golubiewski, Joanna Kulas, Krzysztof Czyżewski - 2011 - Preview
|Sarajevo 2006 Why Tolerance? I respect only those who resist me; but I cannot |
tolerate them. – Charles De Gaulle, 1966 From Charles de Gaulle's statement we
may conclude that it is easier to recognize the other than to tolerate him.
|ARGUMENT • My pappy told me never to bet my bladder against a brewery or get |
into an argument with people who buy ink by the barrel. — Lane ... Sydney Smith
• I respect only those who resist me, but I cannot tolerate them. — Charles de ...
|Long Live Free Quebec. quoting the slogan of the separatist movement for an |
independent Quebec speech in Montreal, 24 July 1967 5 I respect only those
who resist me, but I cannot tolerate them. in New York Times Magazine 12 May
1968 6 ...
|The following are but a few in English translations: “France cannot be France |
without greatness.” “Greatness is a road leading towards the unknown.” “I respect
only those who resist me, but cannot tolerate them.” “Faced with crisis, the man of
|3 14 I respect only those who resist me; but 1 cannot tolerate them. New York |
Times Magazine (May 12, 1966) 15 I myself have become a Gaullist only little by
little. Observer, London (December 29, 1963), "Sayings of the Year" 16 I have
|The latter cannot understand it whenaman does not thoughtlessly submit to |
hereditary prejudices, but honestly and ... an occasion for enmity – Sigmund
Freud • I respect only those who resist me; but I cannot tolerate them – Charles
De Gaulle ...
|“The easiest relationshipfor me is with 10,000 people The hardest is with one” |
Joan Baez “I respect only those who resist me But I cannot tolerate them” Charles
de Gaulle “History will be kind to mefor I intend to write it.” Winston Churchill ...
|Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890–1969) I respect only those who resist me; but I |
cannot tolerate them. – Charles De Gaulle (1890–1970) Perhaps no organization
has come under greater scrutiny for failing to accommodate organizational
|Some of the more frequently quoted include: “Moi, je suis en France”; “If I want to |
know what France is thinking, I ask myself”; “I respect only those who resist me
but I cannot tolerate them”; “The better I get to know men the more I find myself ...
|I respect only those who resist me, but I cannot tolerate them. Charles de Gaulle |
When a blind man hits a wall, what would he do? A popular method is to find a
way along the wall. In this chapter, we use this idea to study linearly constrained