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|The Nobel Prize-winning physicist, Albert Einstein, reckoned politics was 'far |
more complicated than physics'. If so, then the politics of central–local relations
must be more complicated still – for the obvious reason that there are a great
|sciences, a science of politics is inherently more complicated than a hard science |
(such as physics or chemistry). ... for that matter, economics, sociology, and
psychology) is a far younger discipline than mathematics, physics, or chemistry.
|Ehrenreich, Barbara An empty stomach is not a good political advisor. - Einstein, |
Albert Politics is far more complicated than physics. - Einstein, Albert Unlike
presidential administrations, problems rarely have terminal dates. - Eisenhower ...
|Politics is far more complicated than physics. — Einstein, Albert A majority is |
always better than the best repartee. — Disraeli, Benjamin It is as hard and
severe a thing to be a true politician as to be truly moral. — Bacon, Francis A
politician is ...
|Individual Skill “Politics is far more complicated than physics. " *Albert Einstein A |
number of presidential scholars argue that, “if we could only get the right person
in the White House, most of our problems would evaporate.” Historian Arthur ...
|Mother Teresa (1910-1997) “The value of love will always be stronger than the |
value of 161. hate. Any nation or group of nations which ... Unknown Source “
Politics is far more complicated than physics.” – Albert Ein170. stein (1879-1955)
|Because it is impossible to prove anything conclusively in theoretically physics, |
mathematicians can imagine qualities, ... he considered politics as far more
complicated than physics, leaving us in no doubt that physics was his main
|“There is no more lovely, friendly, and charming relationship, 203. communion, or |
company than a good marriage.” – Martin Luther (1483-1546) ... should put our
country first.” – Unknown Source “Politics is far more complicated than physics.
|documentation collected independently by Darwin and Wallace, and then |
subsequently multiplied a thousandfold by other ... The Standard Model of
particle physics is far more complicated than anyone expected, finding over a
|Mill's theory of the history of science was ad hoc, modeled after a single case, the |
history of physics and astronomy from Newton to Mill's era. Since then, it had
been falsified, since contemporary physics draws a far more complex picture of ...