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|The Germans and the Japanese lost the war quite largely because their rulers |
were unable to see facts which were plain to any dispassionate eye. To see what
is in front of one's nose needs a constant struggle. One thing that helps towards it
|To see what is in front of one's nose requires a constant struggle. - Orwell, |
George The Communism of the English intellectual is something explicable
enough. It is the patriotism of the deracinated. - Orwell, George Doublethink
means the ...
|(168) As Orwell says in an essay a few years after publishing Coming Up for Air, “|
To see what is in front of one's nose needs a constant struggle” (18.163). In
addition to the repetition of seeing what's under one's nose is the recurrence of
|Indeed, as the novelist George Orwell once wrote: “To see what is in front of one's |
own nose requires a constant struggle.” This takes on a whole new meaning in a
universe with a cosmological constant. In such a universe, the repulsive force ...
|608) Volume 155, Number 5, May 1935 Lubbock, Sir John What we do see |
depends mainly on what we look for. When we turn our ... 237) Orwell, George To
see what is in front of one's nose requires a constant struggle. In Sonia Orwell
|Seeing (or not) the Truth The list of cruelties, injustices and irrationalities can go |
on and on, but the relevant point is that, as George Orwell once said, “To see
what is in front of one's nose requires a constant struggle.” As I write this
|The intention, one may suppose, is to inure the young to the ways of collective |
journalism, though it would be supposing too much to ... As Orwell wrote even
earlier than Barzun: To see what is in front of one's nose needs a constant
|you are invariably aware that your real reason will not go into words, even when |
you have no wish to conceal it; ... As Orwell declared of common sense: 'To see
what is in front of one's nose needs a constant struggle'.17 The struggle is a ...
|The epigram at the start of the monograph comes from George Orwell: 'to see |
what is in front of one's nose requires a constant struggle'. What Odling-Smee
saw in front of his nose, which everyone aside from Waddington and Lewontin
|of experiences that the younger generation has not had, and to abandon it is to |
kill one's intellectual roots.54 We are all capable ... To see what is in front of one's
nose needs a constant struggle.55 Orwell insists that much thinking is perverse.