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It's only hubris if I fail.
Most of you are familiar with the virtues of a programmer. There are three, of course: laziness, impatience, and hubris.
Feeling superior doesn't make one superior. Hubris does not humble others.
Continue to learn with humility, not hubris. Hubris is boring.
Our environmental problems originate in the hubris of imagining ourselves as the central nervous system or the brain of nature. We're not the brain, we are a cancer on nature.
It betrays hubris on the part of the artist to think his medium is limiting him, and I think we all recognize this
Amassing of wealth is an opportunity for good deeds, not hubris
Without any intended hubris, I've lead a pretty exciting life. What I've tried to do in Mission Compromised is draw on those experiences to create a sense of excitement and realism within the story
Hubris calls for nemesis, and in one form or another it's going to get it, not as a punishment from outside but as the completion of a pattern already started.
Hubris itself will not let you be an artist.
Hubris and science are incompatible.
We're all victims of our own hubris at times.
Even great men bow before the Sun; it melts hubris into humility.
It's hubris to think that the way we see things is everything there is.
When we don’t put the brakes on our self-absorption, we have nothing stopping us from total self-destruction. We become the fruits of our actions.
(Insanity) is not hubris, not pride; it is inflation of the ego to its ultimate - confusion between him who worships and that which is worshipped. Man has not eaten God; God has eaten man.
Hubris is one of the great renewable resources.
Hubris means deadly pride. Thinking you can do things better than anyone else.
The antidote to hubris, to overweening pride, is irony, that capacity to discover and systematize ideas.
My fatal flaw is hubris. The brown stuff they spread on veggie sandwiches? No, seaweed brain. That's hummus. Hubris is worse. What could be worse than hummus?
There is a little bit of hubris to want to change the past. It implies that you know better - that things didn't happen the way that they were supposed to.
What matters are those ordinary acts of kindness and of love, not vaulting ambition with its attendant hubris and smugness.
We can never be gods, after all--but we can become something less than human with frightening ease.
Since the end of the World War II, the United States has fought three "small" wars...we lost all three of them and for the same reason-hubris.
Nothing is more beautiful than to know all.
Dreams of innocence are just that; they usually depend on a denial of reality that can be its own form of hubris.
I am sufficiently proud of my knowing something to be modest about my not knowing all.
With competition there is always ego and hubris... competition gets in the way of work.
The Modern Self must confront the shadow of hubris.
It may be a species of impudence to think that the way you understand God is the way God is. (60).
Don't be ashamed of the creative urges which drive you. And certainly don't be ashamed of your ego. Hubris is only hubris when it fails. When Hubris pays off, we call these people geniuses.
The truth posed a great dilemma for a man who always had to be right, and yet, for all his grandeur, was often wrong.
Success usually breeds a degree of hubris.
My briefest ever definition of science fiction is 'Hubris clobbered by Nemesis.'
We're on safe ground to presume that self-interest and hubris are at the core of the rebellion.
Such hubris could only come from a man's mouth.
The scientists have given [modern man] the impression that there is nothing he cannot know, and false propagandists have told him that there is nothing he cannot have.
Religion grants its adherents malign, intoxicating and morally corrosive sensations. Destroying intellectual freedom is always evil, but only religion makes doing evil feel quite so good.
Be sure of this, O young ambition, all mortal greatness is but disease.
Whenever I've had success, I never learn from it. Success usually breeds a degree of hubris. When you fail, that's when you learn.
Politicians in their hubris who believe they can ignore debt or wish it away are sorely disappointed - as we see now with the plummeting approval ratings of both the administration and Congress.
Scientists in general tend to have what I would call a bit of hubris that the public do not necessarily understand. So scientists some times make claims that are misunderstood by the public.
I had, by thirteen, developed a sort of Taoist hubris about my ability to control via non-control.
The top line is that hubris is a disease that comes from success.
MSN became a quagmire, partly because of Microsoft's hubris.
Economists (and others) who are satisfied with nature-free equations develop a dangerous hubris about the potency of our species
Deeply convinced of the reality of the divine will, he (Lincoln) had no patience at all with any who were perfectly sure they knew the details of the divine will.
Whatever we have in the glory of man is "away". Those are just not enough before we go "home" to the glory of God.
Sweet wine makes drunk, sour wine (insult) is "tetelestai". Life is not about what we have done and become, but how God to be fully glorified.
Trying to be more than human one becomes less.