Kaoru Ishikawa quotes

  • Feminine intuition, a quality perhaps even rarer in women than in men.

  • We need to create the beauty and the quality first. The quantity will follow.

  • Marxism is not scientific: at the best, it has scientific prejudices.

  • The obscurity is more often in the passions and prejudices of the reasoner than in the subject.

  • Because history is only an aggregate of personal hostilities, personal prejudices, personal blindness and irrationality, there are times when we have to live against it.

  • willingness to explore everything is a sign of strength. The weak ones have prejudices. Prejudices are a protection.

  • If you do your fair day's work, you are certain to get your fair day's wage - in praise or pudding, whichever happens to suit your taste.

  • He took the Who’s feast, he took the Who pudding, he took the roast beast. He cleaned out that ice box as quick as a flash. Why, the Grinch even took their last can of Who hash.

  • The cookbook gives a detailed description of ingredients and procedures but no proofs for its prescriptions or reasons for its recipes; the proof of the pudding is in the eating. ... Mathematics cannot be tested in exactly the same manner as a pudding; if all sorts of reasoning are debarred, a course of calculus may easily become an incoherent inventory of indigestible information.

  • As with many other things, there is a surprising amount of prejudice against quality control, but the proof of the pudding is still in the eating.