Most popular disagreement quotes
Honest differences are often a healthy sign of progress.
Almost all those caught making a logical fallacy interpret it as a "disagreement."
Writers should provoke disagreement.
Agreement is made more precious by disagreement.
To be agreeable while disagreeing—that's an art.
To disagree, one doesn't have to be disagreeable.
If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking.
Men are not agreed about any one thing, not even that heaven is over our heads.
The beginning of thought is in disagreement—not only with others but also with ourselves.
There is nothing more likely to start disagreement among people or countries than an agreement.
I like disagreement, because it forces both sides to question their own opinions and why they feel that way.
If someone finds fault with everything you say or do, ignore. But there is information from those who differ on the occasion.
It is by universal misunderstanding that all agree. For if, by ill luck, people understood each other, they would never agree.
If you are threatened or offended by people disagreeing, challenging or even ridiculing your faith, your faith can't be that strong.
Great authors are admirable in this respect: in every generation they make for disagreement. Through them we become aware of our differences.
Don't think of knocking out another person's brains because he differs in opinion from you. It will be as rational to knock yourself on the head because you differ from yourself ten years ago.
Do not think of knocking out another person's brains because he differs in opinion from you. It would be as rational to knock yourself on the head because you differ from yourself ten years ago.
The point I wish to make in this. You should have disagreements with your leaders and your colleagues, but if it becomes immediately a question of questioning people's motives, and if immediately you decide that somebody who sees a whole new situation differently than you must be a bad person and somehow twisted inside, we are not going to get very far in forming a more perfect union.