- SKEPTICAL SAYINGS. Shermer, Michael // Skeptic;2002, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p24
Presents several humorous quotes from skeptics, scientists, humanist, free thinkers, and scholars. Concept of miracle according to David Hume; Focus on the dictum of Charles Darwin; Existence of a god by Albert Einstein.
- Comments and Quotes. // Secured Lender;Sep2007, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p112
The article presents several quotations including quotes from James Thurber on his allergy to consciousness, Carl Sagan stating that skeptical scrutiny is nonsense, and Albert Einstein describing wire telegraph as a very long cat.
- inspire. // Grand Rapids Business Journal;5/2/2011 Supplement, p34
An inspirational quotation from scientist Albert Einstein is presented.
- Perception is reality. Hammond, James // Branding Your Business;2008, p51
The article presents a quotation from U.S. physicist Albert Einstein about reality as an illusion.
- Thoughts. // Real Simple;Oct2007, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p2
The article presents a quote from scientist Albert Einstein about the three rules of work.
- Untitled. Einstein, Albert // Abiding Appalachia: Where Mountain & Atom Meet;2006, p1
The article presents a quote from Albert Einstein about mystery.
- Part Seven: Mystery. None // Sensations Magazine;Fall2006, Issue 40, p93
This article presents a quotation on mystery from Albert Einstein.
- Adjustment Lags Versus Information Lags: A Test of Alternative Explanations of the Phillips Curve Phenomenon. Frenkel, Jacob A. // Journal of Money, Credit & Banking (Ohio State University Press);Nov81, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p490
The author comments on comments made by Charles R. Nelson about his article "Adjustment Lags Versus Information Lags: A Test of Alternative Explanations of the Phillips Curve Phenomenon." He states that a quotation that Nelson used by David Hume to justify his inference was incomplete as it left...
- THE LAST WORD. // CardMaker;Jan2011, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p80
The article presents quotes and sentiments that can be written in greeting cards, including one by Albert Einstein on living a happy life, another one by Morrie Schwartz about the most important thing in life and another one by George Eliot about animals.