Top 20 Fragmentation Quotes

Words matter. These are the best Fragmentation Quotes from famous people such as Jill Abramson, Federico Fellini, James Surowiecki, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Doug Aitken, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.

With the fragmentation of television audiences and the

With the fragmentation of television audiences and the advent of cable and on-demand services, the prestige of being an anchor is not what it was in the days of Walter Cronkite.
Jill Abramson
I’d like very much to make a confident picture. I would like to be as good as nature, which, with a shower, produces flowers and grass to cover the destruction. But we are surrounded by human fragmentation, by pessimism, and it is difficult to talk of other things.
Federico Fellini
If you thought the advent of the Internet, the spread of cheap and efficient information technology, and the growing fragmentation of the consumer market were all going to help smaller companies thrive at the expense of the slow-moving giants of the Fortune 500, apparently you were wrong.
James Surowiecki
Meditation demands an astonishingly alert mind; it is the understanding of the totality of life in which every form of fragmentation has ceased.
Jiddu Krishnamurti
We are all affected by the time we are born into, and of course that feeds into your work. Society is based on storytelling – religious myths, opera, film – and 1968 was always seen as a time of rupture and fragmentation. I have always been interested in those words.
Doug Aitken
Australia can no longer afford to go down the path of confrontation and fragmentation which has embittered and disfigured so many aspects of the national life.
Bob Hawke
As new technology emerges as the greatest challenge to novels since the advent of film, it may be that the fragmentation of storytelling into installments key to Dickens’s era will be recreated in some way.
Matthew Pearl
I don’t really care about interruptions. I accept technology, and I don’t turn things off. I’ve found a peace with fragmentation and a harmony with switching gears quickly to other things.
Doug Aitken
Our universities advocate fragmentation in their course systems.
Arthur Erickson
Suburban sprawl leads to social atomisation and fragmentation and is environmentally disastrous, as carbon-intensive car journeys displace local shops and replace public transport.
Richard Rogers
We see a transformation of warfare from the big armies and battlefields in open spaces to a fragmentation of armed groups and smaller armies, which move into city centres, which increasingly become the theatre of warfare.
Peter Maurer
Fragmentation is a big part of the problem. You have a city where trash is taken away from the curb every week, and you don’t see it any more, and you don’t have any sense of where water comes from. So there’s no sense of responsibility and accountability and there’s also no sense of empowerment for our actions.
Severn Cullis-Suzuki
People don’t talk about the amount of destruction in terms of human lives that happen, whether it’s through slavery, or through, for example, what Belgium was doing in the Congo – the fragmentation of society that happened after that destruction of human life.
Uzodinma Iweala
I believe that Canadians have the common sense to see that a better future cannot be built on fragmentation.
Kim Campbell
When we’re awake, cortisol can fragment memories – one reason eyewitness crime scene accounts are so unreliable. But at night that very fragmentation allows creative recombinations of ideas.
Jeffrey Kluger
The trends that are shaping the twenty-first-century world embody both promise and peril. Globalization, for example, has lifted hundreds of millions of people out of poverty while contributing to social fragmentation and a massive increase in inequality, not to mention serious environmental damage.
Klaus Schwab
On the Net, the bell curve reclaims its tails. The uncommon is as accessible as the common. The very fragmentation of the Internet allows us to find ourselves in other people – and to know that we are not alone.
Virginia Postrel
Not only is natural burial by far the most ecologically sound way to perish, it doubles down on the fear of fragmentation and loss of control. Making the choice to be naturally buried says, ‘Not only am I aware that I’m a helpless, fragmented mass of organic matter, I celebrate it. Vive la decay!’
Caitlin Doughty
You see, another reason for nationalization was that private ownership meant fragmentation.
Barbara Castle
Unprecedented financial pressures, and an ever-increasingly aggressive public culture, along with social, moral and spiritual fragmentation, are leading to lives being overwhelmed by stress, intolerable interior isolation and even quiet despair.
Sean Brady