George Gilder Quotes

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George Gilder quotes: Intelligent design itself does not have any content. Intelligent design itself does not have any content.
George Gilder quotes: Wealth usually comes from doing what other people find insufferably boring. Wealth usually comes from doing what other people find insufferably boring.
George Gilder quotes: To the Austrian economics of subjectivity, time provides an objective foundation. To the Austrian economics of subjectivity, time provides an objective foundation.
George Gilder quotes: History tells us that the threat to prosperity is not debt but socialism. History tells us that the threat to prosperity is not debt but socialism.
George Gilder quotes: What makes capitalism succeed is not chiefly its structure of incentives but its use of knowledge and experience. What makes capitalism succeed is not chiefly its structure of incentives but its use of knowledge and experience.
George Gilder quotes: The force driving the Israelis decisively out of their socialist past into the modern world of finance was the ingenuity of Netanyahu. The force driving the Israelis decisively out of their socialist past into the modern world of finance was the ingenuity of Netanyahu.
George Gilder quotes: The most precious resource in the world economy is human genius. The most precious resource in the world economy is human genius.
George Gilder quotes: Entrepreneurship is the launching of surprises. Entrepreneurship is the launching of surprises.
George Gilder quotes: In embracing change, entrepreneurs ensure social and economic stability. In embracing change, entrepreneurs ensure social and economic stability.
George Gilder quotes: Bandwidth grows at least three times faster than computer power. Bandwidth grows at least three times faster than computer power.
George Gilder quotes: The differences between the sexes are the single most important fact of human society. The differences between the sexes are the single most important fact of human society.
George Gilder quotes: Activity and creativity almost always flow to the least regulated arena. Activity and creativity almost always flow to the least regulated arena.
George Gilder quotes: A day doesn't pass that I'm not surprised. A day doesn't pass that I'm not surprised.
George Gilder quotes: If government could create jobs and raise children, socialism would have worked. If government could create jobs and raise children, socialism would have worked.
George Gilder quotes: Today, on a per capita basis, Israel far leads the world in research and technological creativity. Today, on a per capita basis, Israel far leads the world in research and technological creativity.
George Gilder quotes: The belief that all wealth comes from stealing is popular in prisons and at Harvard. The belief that all wealth comes from stealing is popular in prisons and at Harvard.
George Gilder quotes: The prevailing theory of capitalism suffers from one central and disabling flaw, a profound distrust and incomprehension of capitalism. The prevailing theory of capitalism suffers from one central and disabling flaw, a profound distrust and incomprehension of capitalism.
George Gilder quotes: All progress comes from the creative minority. All progress comes from the creative minority.
George Gilder quotes: The crucial role of the rich in a capitalist economy is ... to invest; to provide unencumbered and unbureaucratized cash. The crucial role of the rich in a capitalist economy is ... to invest; to provide unencumbered and unbureaucratized cash.
George Gilder quotes: This is what sexual liberation chiefly accomplishes - it liberates young women to pursue married men. This is what sexual liberation chiefly accomplishes - it liberates young women to pursue married men.
George Gilder quotes: Hatred of producers of wealth still flourishes and has become, in fact, the racism of the intelligentsia. Hatred of producers of wealth still flourishes and has become, in fact, the racism of the intelligentsia.
George Gilder quotes: A culture that does not aspire to the divine becomes obsessed with the fascination of evil, reveling in the frivolous, the depraved, and the bestial. A culture that does not aspire to the divine becomes obsessed with the fascination of evil, reveling in the frivolous, the depraved, and the bestial.