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"I fear that, in the end, the famous debate among materialists, idealists, and dualists amounts to a merely verbal dispute that is more a matter for the linguist than for the speculative philosopher."

"Classical and romantic: private language of a family quarrel, a dead dispute over the distribution of emphasis between man and nature."

"I do not intend to dispute in any way the need for defence cuts and the need for government spending cuts in general. I do not share a not in my backyard approach to government spending reductions."

"Yes, Democrats can prove that America pays more for health care than other countries yes, they have won the dispute that private health insurance is needlessly expensive. But what they've lost is the argument that we are a society."

"That's what the holidays are for - for one person to tell the stories and another to dispute them. Isn't that the Irish way?"

"The concept of two people living together for 25 years without a serious dispute suggests a lack of spirit only to be admired in sheep."

"Classical and romantic: private language of a family quarrel, a dead dispute over the distribution of emphasis between man and nature."

"The concept of two people living together for 25 years without a serious dispute suggests a lack of spirit only to be admired in sheep."

"Yes, Democrats can prove that America pays more for health care than other countries yes, they have won the dispute that private health insurance is needlessly expensive. But what they've lost is the argument that we are a society."

"The same sort of thing happened in my dispute with the National Trust book: Follies: A National Trust Guide, which implied that the only pleasure you can get from Folly architecture is by calling the architect mad, and by laughing at the architecture."

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