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Zoologists seem to consider the cerebration of cats and dogs about 50-50 but my respect always goes to the cool, sure, impersonal, delicately poised feline who minds his business and never slobbers.
— H.P. Lovecraft —

As Plato: We become more worthy the more we bend our minds to the impersonal. We become better as we take in the universe, thinking more about the largeness that it is and laugh about the smallness that is us.

— Rebecca Goldstein

How can we choose to continue
Playing this deadly
And impersonal game of loss?

— Mattie J.T. Stepanek

Thus, the technique of metropolitan life is unimaginable without the most punctual integration of all activities and mutual relations into a stable and impersonal time schedule.

— Georg Simmel

When you work in the inner mind, you invoke and receive the help of the impersonal, unlimited resources of the universe.

— Roger McDonald

Man stands alone in the universe, a unique product of a long, unconscious, impersonal, material process with unique understanding and potentialities. These he owes to no one but himself, and it is to himself that he is responsible. He is not the creature of uncontrollable and undeterminable forces, but is his own master. He can and must decide and manage his own destiny.

— George Gaylord Simpson

Man must learn to believe in that which he does not, at the moment, see in order to grant himself that which he desires to have. Man's prayers are always answered, for he always receives that which he believes. The law that governs prayer is impersonal. Belief is the condition necessary to realize the desire. No amount of pleas or ritual will bring about the fulfillment of your desires other than the belief that you are or have that which you want.

— Neville Goddard

Nothing in our politics is any longer driven or designed by individual humans who have a name and a face; we have sunk from theism into impersonal and depersonalizing deism, a scheme of rule by alien and implacable abstract metaphysical forces.

— Kenny Smith

In general, the Anglo-Irish do not make good dancers; they are too spritely and conscious; they are incapable of one kind of trance or of being seemingly impersonal. And, for the formal, pure dance they lack the formality: about their stylishness (for they have stylishness) there is something impromptu, slightly disorderly.

— Elizabeth Bowen

Let's begin with capitalism, a word that has gone largely out of fashion. The approved reference now is to the market system. This shift minimizes-indeed, deletes-the role of wealth in the economic and social system. And it sheds the adverse connotation going back to Marx. Instead of the owners of capital or their attendants in control, we have the admirably impersonal role of market forces. It would be hard to think of a change in terminology more in the interest of those to whom money accords power. They have now a functional anonymity.

— John Kenneth Galbraith

Here in the U.S., we've made democracy into a science. A cold, impersonal science.

— Jon Stewart

I've always been interested in an idea of boundless love - an impersonal, big love.

— Cass McCombs

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