21 Total Quotes

Candor Quotes

All faults may be forgiven of him who has perfect candor.
Walt Whitman
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Candor is always a double-edged sword; it may heal or it may separate.
Wilhelm Stekel
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While the piece hardly clarifies everything, the Times should be praised for its candor.
Tom Rosenstiel
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We've got to have candor and talk about these things while we reject wild hypotheses,
William Bennett
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Herman Edwards, ,
[That's why you have to give Edwards, the Jets' third-year coach, a lot of credit for his candor last Tuesday.] Preseason games, for any coach, you do like this, ... All you want to know at the end of the day is if we made it, are we OK, are we healthy?
Herman Edwards, ,
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For the plaintiffs it comes down to a question of candor and does the jury think the defendant was being honest and putting all its cards on the table. If they think they're trying to hide something, that's when the defendant gets slammed.
David Stahl
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the completeness and candor of [his] prior testimony.
David Colburn
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Our democratic system relies on transparency and candor from the executive, and so far, we have seen neither. The White House was quick to defend the program, but when pressed for the facts, it has refused to provide them. Congress must conduct oversight and let the American public know the answers to the critical questions surrounding this illegal program. An aggressive public relations campaign and secret hearings cannot restore the public's confidence.
Caroline Fredrickson
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Because they are generated in what may seem to be a very comfortable setting, the frequent candor has led to multitudes of embarrassing moments,
Martha Stewart
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Skip Prosser
In all candor, they missed some open shots as well.
Skip Prosser
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You may tell a man thou art a fiend, but not your nose wants blowing; to him alone who can bear a thing of that kind, you may tell all.
Johann Kaspar
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Benjamin Disraeli
Candor is the brightest gem of criticism.
Benjamin Disraeli
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Benjamin Disraeli
There is no wisdom like frankness.
Benjamin Disraeli
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George Eliot
To be candid, in Middlemarch phraseology, meant, to use an early opportunity of letting your friends know that you did not take a cheerful view of their capacity, their conduct, or their position; and a robust candor never waited to be asked for its opinion.
George Eliot
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Thomas Hardy
If all hearts were open and all desires known -- as they would be if people showed their souls -- how many gapings, sighings, clenched fists, knotted brows, broad grins, and red eyes should we see in the market-place!
Thomas Hardy
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William Hazlitt
There is an unseemly exposure of the mind, as well as of the body.
William Hazlitt
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William James
We want all our friends to tell us our bad qualities; it is only the particular ass that does so whom we can't tolerate.
William James
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It is the weak and confused who worship the pseudosimplicities of brutal directness.
Marshall McLuhan
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Michel Eyquem de Montaigne
Let us not be ashamed to speak what we shame not to think.
Michel Eyquem de Montaigne
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Examine what is said, not him who speaks.
Arabian Proverbs
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