Quotation Explorer - 'Redefine'

The heart of the Pharisee is within us all, to redefine God's law so it doesn't apply to me anymore. It applies to my neighbor but not to me. - Ron Pearce
Social entrepreneurship represents the opportunity to redefine the role of government. - Robert Hacker
How does a poor country defeat rich ones? Indeed, the answer is not by acquiring wealth in the sense that France has it. Meaning vineyards, farms, peasants, cows? But rather to play a sort of trick and redefine wealth to mean something novel. Currency! Indeed. - Neal Stephenson
Progressives' don’t just redefine (and valorize) deviancy; they insist on renaming it, too. - Kathy Shaidle
Our society encourages women to place a very high value on maternity as an essential part of female identity, both a high moral calling and the deepest source of satisfaction on earth. It's not easy to redefine motherhood as handing your baby over to a stranger. - Katha Pollitt
How can you put human rights to a popular vote and call it democracy? How many times do you need to redefine or haggle about the meaning of the word EQUALITY. - Christina Engela
I don't know what love is, so I'll redefine it. - Kierra C.T. Banks
We are the oneness in love, joy and happy. We share this moment in time to experience the fullest and expansion of all our existence to collapse and be redefine into the truth of who and what we are and always will be. ~jh - Jennifer Hillman
Our goal should be not to redefine masculinity, but to abolish it. - Robert Jensen
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