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|All other men are specialists, but his specialty is omniscience. We will suppose |
that a minister needs information as to a point which involves the Navy, India,
Canada and the bimetallic question; he could get his separate advices from
|He will not even go out of his way to verify his own solutions, and would rather be |
considered wrong than take the trouble to prove himself right. Again and again I
... All other men are specialists, but his specialty is omniscience!", I said, rising ...
|D'Angelo, Anthony J. Learning is not compulsory but neither is survival. - Deming, |
W. Edwards A university should be a ... Doherty, Henry L. All other men are
specialists, but his specialty is omniscience. - Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan More can
|A specialist is one who devotes himself to a particular branch of a profession or |
science. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote: 'All other men are specialists but his
specialism is omniscience. ... not become widely established in the NHS general
dental service as specialties, but specialist treatment is available by private
|It is not for me — a specialist only in specialism — to prescribe precise details of |
organization for each specialty group.5 For this, ... A. Conan Doyle has Dr.
Watson say: "All other men as specialists but his specialism is omniscience." 6.
|Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan All other men are specialists, but his specialty is |
omniscience. - Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan A man should keep his little brain attic
stocked with all the furniture that he is likely to use, and the rest he can put away
in the ...
|After she left he put his feet up on his desk and interlaced his fingers behind his |
neck. Bunting personally knew hundreds of intelligence analysts, smart people
from the best schools who operated in specialties. People in this ... Specialists,
good, sound people for their littlesliverof theplot.But thatwas alltheyknew,
theirincremental slice ofthe intelligence rainbow. Andthat washardly goodenough
. ButEdgar Roy's specialty was omniscience. He was tasked ... “All right, send him
in.” It was ...
|In an age like this of specialists and comminuted intellectual acquirements, it is a |
great pleasure to meet with a mind ... No man has openly challenged all
knowledge as his province since Lord Bacon, but more than one has undertaken
a task ... Mr. Buckle's History of Civilization in England traced an outline which
nothing short of omniscience could have completely filled out. Mr. Herbert
Spencer's philosophies invade, one after another, all the chief territories of
|of organization means inefiiciency, waste of individual efiort, and absence of |
cooperation for the good of all. The result of the ... Divisions into the specialties,
and subdivisions into the branches of the specialties, have resulted in a chaotic
mass of antagonistic smaller bodies that seem to have nothing in common but
contempt for the man in the ranks. ... The true specialist had his origin in the halls
of learning in the days before commercialism began to exercise its evil influence.
He did ...
|It certainly is his duty and a very important one as a man of honor, to decide |
whether any one, and if so, who can probably ... even ignorant of how much is
known by others; but in many respects the specialist has already raised the
average standard of ... The special divisions of study are rather the flora, the
fauna, the geological strata, etc., though all these may pervade identically every
mile of the region. If regional surgery is possible, then specialties are certainly not