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“Like Girl With a Pearl Earring, Conceit is a vivid and intelligent novel with a complex female character at its heart.”
“Conceit is the proud privilege of youth; and Monckton Milnes had a justifiable share of that great gift of the imperturbable gods.”
“Yet many People are so fond of this Conceit, that is sometimes a difficult matter to read modern Books and Pamphlets, where the Words are so curtailed, and varied from their original Spelling, that whoever hath been used to plain English, will hardly know them by sight.”
“Really, Nannie," he said, "if one were ill with that horrid disease called Conceit, a quiet half hour with you on the deck of a boat would restore him to health.”
“I find likewise among the Ancients that ingenious kind of Conceit, which the Moderns distinguish by the Name of a _Rebus_,  that does not sink”
“Conceit' as a verb occurs again in III, i, 193, and in”
“More precisely, in The Fatal Conceit Hayek traces it more precisely to Saint-Simon, although he does see Saint-Simon as representing the Cartesian tradition.”
“Peaceful dispute resolution is a self-organizing system, which facilitates the expansion of activity (see Hayek - Fatal Conceit).”
“But here's an interesting quotation from Hayek's The Fatal Conceit (1988):”
“Hayek wrote in "The Fatal Conceit" that intelligent people place far too much importance on, and faith in, intelligence; they should show more humility and respect the wisdom of generations found in the traditions and institutions that have taken centuries to create.”
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