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|definitions of the good are significant, not merely verbal, propositions; and that |
therefore, though they may be true in fact, they do not give the ... Most men are
inclined to agree with Hamlet: 'There is nothing good or bad but thinking makes it
|their faces are wrinkled; their eyes purging thick amber, and lum-tree um; and |
that they have a plentifu lack of wrt, together with ... Why, then 'tis none to you ; for
there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so: to me it is a prison.
|"There is nothing either good or bad," Shakespeare said in Hamlet, "but thinking |
makes it so."2 OBJECTIVISM OR ABSOLUTISM Opposed to both of these
theories is objectivism or absolutism, which claims that values have an
|good. or. bad . . .' What follows is a transcript of my Richard Scott Memorial |
Lecture, given in Edinburgh in June 2001. ... Some will tell you about their latest
research findings. ... 1 There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it
|“THERE IS NOTHING EITHER GOOD OR BAD, BUT THINKING MAKES IT SO” cc |
There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” William
Shakespeare said it. So have many others in other ways. The idea that the
thought is ...
|This is the meaning to be attached to the famous line "for there is nothing either |
good or bad, but thinking (i.e. my thinking) makes it so". There is—he means—no
objective standard. He has just said Denmark is a prison. Rosencrantz retorts: ...
|Long before Dr. Albert Einstein propounded his theory of Relativity, William |
Shakespeare had realised the relative values of human activities, and said, "
There is nothing good or bad, but thinking makes it so. " Obviously 'thought'
influences the ...
|Are there gaps between the person's perception, beliefs and reality and what |
does the client need and wish to change? It reflected the Shakespearian insight
of 'There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so' or, as the classic ...
|They begin to cannibalize their selves, becoming as neurotically wrong as |
Hamlet who thinks Denmark is a prison and says to Rosencrantz—who
admittedly is a courtier Yes- man—“for there is nothing good or bad, but thinking
makes it so.