„I understand that mutual dissatisfaction is a factor in their collaboration. I imagine it isn’t a far step from mutual goals to mutual respect, and from there to love.“

—  N. K. Jemisin, Chapter 9 “Seduction” (charcoal) (p. 185)

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„If mutual respect does derive from unilateral respect, it does so by opposition.“

—  Jean Piaget Swiss psychologist, biologist, logician, philosopher & academic 1896 - 1980
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„If Canada is to survive, it can only survive in mutual respect and in love for one another.“

—  Pierre Trudeau 15th Prime Minister of Canada 1919 - 2000
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„I think mutual denial of each other’s sovereignty (between ROC and PRC) and mutual non-denial of respective jurisdictions would be more appropriate, but any proposal has its pros and cons, and I think it’s up for discussion.“

—  Ma Ying-jeou Taiwanese politician, president of the Republic of China 1950
Ma Ying-jeou (2011) cited in: " ‘One China’ idea up for discussion: Ma http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/front/archives/2011/06/25/2003506626" in The Taipei Times, 25 June 2011. Statement made during the interview with Apple Daily, 24 June 2011.

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„The greater ease of travel and communication has not been matched by equal understanding and mutual respect.“

—  Jimmy Carter American politician, 39th president of the United States (in office from 1977 to 1981) 1924
Context: Ladies and gentlemen: Twelve years ago, President Mikhail Gorbachev received your recognition for his preeminent role in ending the Cold War that had lasted fifty years. But instead of entering a millennium of peace, the world is now, in many ways, a more dangerous place. The greater ease of travel and communication has not been matched by equal understanding and mutual respect. There is a plethora of civil wars, unrestrained by rules of the Geneva Convention, within which an overwhelming portion of the casualties are unarmed civilians who have no ability to defend themselves. And recent appalling acts of terrorism have reminded us that no nations, even superpowers, are invulnerable. It is clear that global challenges must be met with an emphasis on peace, in harmony with others, with strong alliances and international consensus.

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„Everything in war is linked together, is mutually interdependent, mutually interpenetrating.“

—  Ferdinand Foch French soldier and military theorist 1851 - 1929
Context: The military art is not an accomplishment, an art for dilettante, a sport. You do not make war without reason, without an object, as you would give yourself up to music, painting, hunting, lawn tennis, where there is no great harm done whether you stop altogether or go on, whether you do little or much. Everything in war is linked together, is mutually interdependent, mutually interpenetrating. When you are at war you have no power to act at random. Each operation has a raison d'etre, that is an object; that object, once determined, fixes the nature and the value of the means to be resorted to as well as the use which ought to be made of the forces. p. 214

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„Because friendship is intercommunication of love, therefore where love is not mutual, there can be no friendship.“

—  Francis de Sales French bishop, saint, writer and Doctor of the Church j 1567 - 1622
Pt. 3, ch. 17 http://books.google.com/books?id=d8kCAAAAQAAJ&q=%22Because+friendship+is+intercommunication+of+love+therefore+where+love+is+not+mutual+there+can+be+no+friendship%22&pg=PA145#v=onepage

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