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5 Famous Quotes by David Kelley
6/23/1949 - (Present)
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Bright lights cast dark shadows when shone from only one direction.

Inspirational Quotes, by David Kelley

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Evaluation and judgment are responses to what exists, sorting the things that pass before us into categories of good, bad, and indifferent. But a rational life, the life of a valuer, does not consist essentially in reaction. It consists in action. Man does not find his values, like the other animals; he creates them. The primary focus of a valuer is not to take the world as it comes and pass judgment. His primary focus is to identify what might and ought to exist, to uncover potentialities that he can exploit, to find ways of reshaping the world in the image of his values.

Psychological subjects Quotes, by David Kelley

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Benevolence is a commitment to achieving the values derivable from life with other people in society, by treating them as potential trading partners, recognizing their humanity, independence, and individuality, and the harmony between their interests and ours.

Psychological subjects Quotes, by David Kelley

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The rational individualist is not the enemy of benevolence or civility, but their truest exemplar.

Psychological subjects Quotes, by David Kelley

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Most people would find it bizarre to speak of tolerating blonds. For whatever reason, hair color has not been a basis of tribal identity or group politics in our culture; the concept of tolerance is never invoked in this context because there is too obviously nothing to tolerate. In a rational culture, the same would be true of race, ethnicity, and the like.

Psychological subjects Quotes, by David Kelley

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