Top 25 Imposition Quotes

We have collected the best Imposition Quotes by famous authors including Bernardo Bertolucci, Gordon B. Hinckley, Bill Condon, Muhammad Yunus, Wole Soyinka and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.

The problem in Hollywood is that they try to become the
The problem in Hollywood is that they try to become the only kind of cinema in the world, okay? The imposition everywhere of a unique culture, which is Hollywood culture, and a unique way of life, which is the American way of life.

Bernardo Bertolucci
There is a tendency in all of us to ask for better statistical performance. There is a tendency to impose quotas behind which usually lies imposition of pressure to achieve improved statistics.

Gordon B. Hinckley
But the imposition of morality onto science, – where it does not belong – has become rampant in recent years.

Bill Condon
Poverty is an artificial, external imposition on a human being; it is not innate in a human being. And since it is external, it can be removed. It is just a question of doing it.

Muhammad Yunus
There is not a special imposition on writers to be activists. All that does is encourage writers to write propaganda. Propaganda can be written by anybody, including dictators.

Wole Soyinka
Unless and until you inspire the people, you will not get results. Imposition will never give you the results. Inspiration will always give you the results.

Narendra Modi
Many legitimate forms of ownership, mainly cooperative and communal, had not been used to any effective extent mainly because of the imposition of Stalinist restrictions.

Alexander Dubcek
After all, from the Muslim Brotherhood’s inception in Egypt in 1928, it has been a revolutionary organization committed to the imposition worldwide of a totalitarian, supremacist Islamic doctrine they call shariah.

Frank Gaffney
This circulating medium has a natural tendency to lessen by degrees the value and the use of money, and finally to render it powerless; and consequently to sweep away all the crushing masses of fraud, iniquity, cruelty, corruption and imposition that are built upon it.

Josiah Warren
An agreement cannot be the result of an imposition.

Nestor Kirchner
In the late Fifties and early Sixties, opposition to state terror and aggression and torture and so on was zero. That was a horrible time: the massive Kennedy terror operation against Cuba, the first attacks on Vietnam in 1962, the imposition of national security states in South America.

Noam Chomsky
It would be easy to assume that the open letter is a symptom of the Internet age. Such is not the case. In 1774, Benjamin Franklin wrote an open letter to the prime minister of Great Britain, Lord North – a satirical call for the imposition of martial law in the colonies.

Roxane Gay
Reputation is an idle and most false imposition; oft got without merit, and lost without deserving.

William Shakespeare
The very idea that you could have separation between mosque and state from Islam’s perspective is the imposition on them of Christian practice. Islam doesn’t really have a place for state. They are a universalistic faith like Christianity, but they think there is no country that bounds Islam.

Stanley Hauerwas
What is illiberal is not persuasion but imposition of one’s views.

Richard Dawkins
The private citizen, beset by partisan appeals for the loan of his Public Opinion, will soon see, perhaps, that these appeals are not a compliment to his intelligence, but an imposition on his good nature and an insult to his sense of evidence.

Walter Lippmann
Fashion is an imposition, a reign on freedom.

Golda Meir
If the program goes off track again due to recession, this should not become a pretext for the imposition of more austerity measures.

Antonis Samaras
If an educational act is to be efficacious, it will be only that one which tends to help toward the complete unfolding of life. To be thus helpful it is necessary rigorously to avoid the arrest of spontaneous movements and the imposition of arbitrary tasks.

Maria Montessori
Convention serves a purpose: It gives life meaning, and without it, one is in a constant existential crisis. If you don’t have the imposition of family to remind you of what is at stake, something else will.

Elizabeth Wurtzel
The New Labour political elite has long conspired to secure a so-called ‘smooth transition’ for Blair’s successor. This would amount to little more than the imposition of a leader on the party and our supporters without any real democratic participation.

John McDonnell
‘Federalism’, in the context of political and media usage in Britain, has come to mean the creation and imposition of a European superstate, one centralised in Brussels.

Charles Kennedy
I sing against emotional dictatorships, and against the imposition of one person over another, in the name of love.

Concha Buika
Really, given that God does judge nations, it’s amazing that abortion has run as far and foully as it has without what I would consider to be a greater imposition of judgment on this country. Who knows what the future holds?

Ken Cuccinelli
We must choose dialogue over confrontation, and peaceful settlement of disputes over unilateral acts of imposition.

Nguyen Phu Trong