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128,955.  If I reflect on the way our society is organised – democracy ought to be a means by which we change the system to meet people’s needs: and it’s been subtly transformed into changing people to meet the needs of the system.  And that is the great failure.  (Labour & Democracy & Society & System & Biography)  Tony Benn, Last Will & Testament ***** Youtube 1.31.36

 

 

124,313.  And they want to make the kids pay for it with debt for much of the rest of their lives … What do you bloody want to do it for? … Why is it the done thing? … The ever-increasing fees that are being charged, the ever-increasing debt therefore control over young people … The only way it’s going to change is if they refuse to bloody go!  Don’t take part in the system … We don’t need the bloody system!  (United Nations & College & University & System)  David Icke, Agenda 21: The Plan to Kill You, 2016

 

 

86,647.  Capitalism does not permit an even flow of economic resources.  With this system, a small privileged few are rich beyond conscience, and almost all others are doomed to be poor at some level.  That’s the way the system works.  And since we know that the system will not change the rules, we are going to have to change the system.  (Resources & Capitalism & System)  Martin Luther King junior

 

 

6,157.  Our problems stem from our acceptance of this filthy, rotten system.  (Society & Problem & System & Conformity)  Dorothy Day

 

 

6,174.  The mistake you make, don't you see, is in thinking one can live in a corrupt society without being corrupt oneself.  After all, what do you achieve by refusing to make money?  You’re trying to behave as though one could stand right outside our economic system.  But one can’t.  One’s got to change the system, or one changes nothing.  One can’t put things right in a hole-and-corner way, if you take my meaning.  (Society & Corruption & Capitalism & Economics & Change & System)  George Orwell, Keep the Aspidistra Flying

 

 

6,285.  The whole system that we live in drills into us that we’re powerless, that we’re weak, that our society is evil, that it is crowded etc. and so forth.  It’s all a big fat lie.  We are powerful, beautiful, extraordinary.  There is no reason why we cannot understand who we truly are, where we are going.  There is no reason why the average human being cannot be fully empowered.  We are incredibly powerful beings.  (Self & Control & System & Power & Human Being)  Professor Carl Sagan

 

 

123,668.  The system only wants people who will perpetuate it.  (Corporation & United States of America & System & Democracy)  Chris Hedges, lecture Seattle University 2018, Corporate Totalitarianism: The End Game *****

 

 

20,727.  Free yourself from the system and burn your bridges behind you.  (GBH Films & System)  The Baader Meinhof Complex 2005 [Der Baader Meinhof Komplex] starring Moritz Bleibtreu & Martina Gedeck & Johanna Wokalek & Nadja Uhl & Simon Licht & Alexandra Maria Lara & Susanne Bormann & Bruno Ganz et al, director Uli Edel

 

 

79,486.  They marched against the system.  (Local Government & Protest & System)  Alan Bleasdale, GBH: It Couldn’t Happen Here starring Robert Lindsay & Lindsay Duncan & Michael Palin & Julie Walters & Tom Georgeson & Andrew Schofield & Jane Danson & David Ross et al, director Robert Young, Michaels fathers speech

 

 

90,462.  A bad system will beat a good person every time.  W Edwards Deming

 

 

90,463.  I must create a system or be enslaved by another mans; I will not reason and compare: my business is to create.  (System & Create)  William Blake

 

 

90,464.  Fucking ignore the system; use it when it suits you.  Johnny Rotten

 

 

90,465.  Build a system that even a fool can use, and only a fool will want to use.  (System & Fool)  George Bernard Shaw

 

 

90,466.  Systems ... resemble the similar parts or muscles of a body natural.  By systemes; I understand any numbers of men joyned in one Interest, or one Businesse.  Thomas Hobbes 1651

 

 

90,467.  Systems seem, like certain worms, to be formed by a kind of generatio aequivoca – by the mere confluence of conceptions, and to gain completeness only with the progress of time.  Immanuel Kant, The Critique of Pure Reason 1787     

 

 

90,468.  When a system is brought before the public, professing to be new, and claiming to be considered as peculiarly useful, it is incumbent on those who introduce it, to show in what respects it is original, and why it is an improvement.  Emma Willard, ‘A System of Universal Geography on the Principles of Comparison and Classification’ 1838  

 

 

90,469.  A system is a plan or scheme of doctrines intended to develop a particular view.  Albert Mackey, An Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and its Kindred Sciences 1919

 

 

90,470.  A system is said to be coherent if every fact in the system is related every other fact in the system by relations that are not merely conjunctive.  A deductive system affords a good example of a coherent system.  Lizzie Susan Stebbing, A Modern Introduction to Logic 1930

 

 

90,471.  Systems, scientific and philosophic, come and go.  Each method of limited understanding is at length exhausted.  In its prime each system is a triumphant success: in its decay it is an obstructive nuisance.  Alfred North Whitehead, Adventures of Ideas 1933

 

 

90,472.  A system is defined as any combination of matter that we wish to study.  Earl Bowman Millard, Physical Chemistry for Colleges: a Course of Instruction 1946

 

 

90,473.  The systems engineering method recognizes each system is an integrated whole even though composed of diverse, specialized structures and sub-functions.  It further recognizes that any system has a number of objectives and that the balance between them may differ widely from system to system.  The methods seek to optimize the overall system functions according to the weighted objectives and to achieve maximum compatibility of its parts.  (System & Method & Engineering)  Harold Chestnut, Systems Engineering Tools

 

 

90,474.  A system is not something given in nature, but something defined by intelligence ... We select, from an infinite number of relations between things, a set which, because of coherence and pattern and purpose, permits an interpretation of what might otherwise be a meaningless cavalcade of arbitrary events.  It follows that the detection of system in the world outside ourselves is a subjective matter.  Two people will not necessarily agree on the existence, or nature, or boundaries of any systems so detected.  Anthony Stafford Beer

 

 

90,475.  ‘System’ is the concept that refers both to a complex of interdependencies between parts, components, and processes, that involves discernible regularities of relationships, and to a similar type of interdependency between such a complex and its surrounding environment.  Talcott Parsons, Systems Analysis: Social Systems  

 

 

90,476.  Systems science is the ordered arrangement of knowledge acquired from the study of systems in the observable world, together with the application of this knowledge to the design of man-made systems.  Philip M’Pherson, A Perspective on Systems Science and Systems Philosophy

 

 

92,024.  Every morning over four million people descend into a vast network of tunnels beneath the city.  (Underground Trains & System) London Underground Revealed, National Geographic 2014

 

92,025.  It’s the biggest metro system in the Western world.  (Underground Trains & System)  ibid.

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