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10.  Say, for what were hop-yards meant,

Or why was Burton built on Trent?

Oh many a peer of England brews

Livelier liquor than the Muse,

And malt does more than Milton can

To justify God’s ways to man.

Ale, man, ale’s the stuff to drink

For fellows whom it hurts to think.  (God & Alcohol & Beer & Milton & Think)  A E Housman, A Shropshire Lad 

 

 

94,195.  Nature, not content with denying him the ability to think, has endowed him with the ability to write.  (Write & Think)  A E Housman

 

 

12.  Could man be drunk for ever

With liquor, love, or fights,

Lief should I rouse at morning

And lief lie down at nights.

 

But men at whiles are sober

And think by fits and starts,

And if they think, they fasten

Their hands upon their hearts.  (Alcohol & Drunk & Think)  A E Housman, X

 

 

6,525.  Three minutes thought would suffice to find this out.  But thought is irksome and three minutes is a long time.  A E Houseman

 

 

280.  If it were to be true, one would be living under a permanent surveillance, a round-the-clock celestial dictatorship that watched you while you slept; and could convict you of thought crime, could indict you for things you thought in the privacy of your own skull, and sentence you to quite a long stretch, namely an eternity of punishment for that.  Or dangle not to me very attractive reward of life of eternal praise and grovelling and sprawling and singing the praises of someone who you are ordered to love; someone whom you must both love and fear ... Compulsory love – how fascinating.  (God & Surveillance & Dictatorship & Think & Hell & Praise & Love & God's Fascism)  Christopher Hitchens, interview Divine Impulses

 

 

285.  The greatest obligation you have is to keep an open mind.  (God & Obligation & Think)  Christopher Hitchens v Dinesh D’Souza: The God Debate

 

 

6,519.  Take the risk of thinking for yourself, much more happiness, truth, beauty, and wisdom will come to you that way. Christopher Hitchens, v William Dembski 2010

 

 

6,602.  The essence of the independent mind lies not in what it thinks, but in how it thinks.  (Think & Mind)  Christopher Hitchens, Letters to a Young Contrarian

 

 

430.  Religion is the frozen thought of men out of which they build temples.  (Religion & Think & Temple)  Jiddu Krishnamurti cited Observer 22nd April 1928

 

 

91,049.  By all means let’s be open-minded, but not so open-minded that our brains drop out.  Richard Dawkins, The Richard Dimbleby Lecture, BBC Television 12th November 1996

 

 

532.  Religious faith discourages independent thought, it’s divisive and it’s dangerous.  (Religion & Faith & Think)  Professor Richard Dawkins, The Root of All Evil? The God Delusion

 

 

986.  Faith is the great cop-out, the great excuse to evade the need to think and evaluate evidence.  Faith is belief in spite of, even perhaps because of, the lack of evidence.  (Faith & Think & Belief & Evidence)  Professor Richard Dawkins

 

 

678.  Faith means making a virtue out of not thinking.  It’s nothing to brag about.  (Religion & Faith & Think)  Bill Maher, Religulous

 

 

774.  The widespread suspicion of disbelief is becoming a real threat to free thought.  (Belief & Disbelief & Think)  Jonathan Miller, A Rough History of Disbelief

 

 

922.  The high-minded man must care more for the truth than for what people think.  (Truth & Think)  Aristotle

 

 

6,495.  It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.  (Mind & Think)  Aristotle

 

 

958.  Faith is much better than belief.  Belief is when someone else does the thinking.  (Belief & Faith & Think)  R Buckminster Fuller

 

 

1,032.  Faith is a myth and beliefs shift like mists on the shore; thoughts vanish; words, once pronounced, die; and the memory of yesterday is as shadowy as the hope of to-morrow.  (Faith & Myth & Belief & Think & Words & Memory & Hope)  Joseph Conrad

 

 

62,378.  Action is consolatory.  It is the enemy of thought and the friend of flattering illusions.  (Action & Thought & Illusion)  Joseph Conrad

 

 

1,072.  One’s mind suffers only when one is young and while one is ignorant of the world.  When one has lived for some time one learns that the young think too little and the old too much, and one grows careless about both.  (Life’s Like That & Think)  Horace Walpole 1772

 

 

1,073.  The world is a comedy to those who think, a tragedy to those that feel.  (Life’s Like That & Comedy & Think & Tragedy & Feeling & World)  Horace Walpole 1776

 

 

62,388.  Away with slavish words and servile thoughts!  (Action & Words & Thoughts)  William Shakespeare, Titus Andronicus II i 18, Aaron soliloquy

 

 

6,547.  O!  who can hold a fire in his hand

By thinking on the frosty Caucasus?

Or cloy the hungry edge of appetite,

By bare imagination of a feast?

Or wallow naked in December snow

By thinking on fantastic summer’s heat?

O, no!  the apprehension of the good

Gives but the greater feeling to the worse.  William Shakespeare, Richard II I iii 294

 

 

1,186.  But thought’s the slave of life, and life time’s fool;

And time, that takes survey of all the world,

Must have a stop.  (Life’s Like That & Think & Time)  William Shakespeare, I Henry IV V iv 81

 

 

6,550.  O, teach me how I should forget to think!  William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet I i 229&230, Romeo to Benvolio

 

 

1,189.  I cannot tell what you and other men

Think of this life.  (Life’s Like That & Man & Think)  William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar I ii 95&96

 

6,551.  He thinks too much.  Such men are dangerous.  ibid.  I ii 196, Caesar 

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