Quotes by Hungarian authors
I can paint and draw. I believe this myself and a few other people say that they believe this too. But I'm not certain of whether it's true.
My scientific studies have afforded me great gratification; and I am convinced that it will not be long before the whole world acknowledges the results of my work.
No, you don't have to start your play with a premise. You can start with a character or an incident, or even a simple thought. This thought or incident grows, and the story slowly unfolds itself. You have time to find your premise in the mass of your material later. The important thing is to find it.
I didn't give that name, the Rubik's Cube, and I called it Magic Cube because it's magic.
I think creativity is a capability of human being. When we're born, we're - all of us has this capability. But part of us forget to use it.
I wouldn't mind doing those sinister roles again, but in pictures I will direct myself.
Philosophy of science without history of science is empty; history of science without philosophy of science is blind.
Modernism, rebelling against the ornament of the 19th century, limited the vocabulary of the designer. Modernism emphasized straight lines, eliminating the expressive S curve. This made it harder to communicate emotions through design.
The Cube was a wonder - a wonder for itself and a wonder for myself. To me, it was much more strange than to anybody else.
Now that I am a deputy, I will cease to be an agitator.
It's actually very important to put a little foundation up into your hairline, or else it looks like your face is not yours - like someone just Photoshopped it on!
There are a lot of competitive girls in the industry, so you just find the ones who share your mentality.
The prerequisite of originality is the art of forgetting, at the proper moment, what we know.
Immortality. We all want to be remembered: We want to do things that will make people say, 'Isn't he wonderful?'
Indeed, this epistemological theory of the relation between theory and experiment differs sharply from the epistemological theory of naive falsificationism.
The Hungarian ministry begged the king earnestly to issue orders to all troops and commanders of fortresses in Hungary, enjoining fidelity to the Constitution, and obedience to the ministers of Hungary.
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