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|Mendelson, Harry The greater the ignorance the greater the dogmatism. -Osler, |
Sir William Ignorance is no excuse, it's the real thing. - Peter, Irene Better to ask a
question than to remain ignorant. - Proverb What you don't know can't hurt you .
|Sometimes, however, you must ask questions because you didn't understand |
what was said. Don't hesitate to ask these kinds of questions. It's far better to ask
a second time than to remain forever ignorant or misinformed. Sometimes, in fact
|They should feel free to deviate from their pre- pared questions, especially if the |
scientist gets espe- cially enthusiastic about something. ... The Chinese have a
saying, it is bet- ter to ask and appear ignorant than to remain ignorant. For a
journalist, there is no better advice, so they should not be afraid to show their
ignorance or to interrupt and ask the scientists to sim- plify, maybe even to create
a drawing ...
|There is more of the Word of God on these pages than anything or anyone—so |
the star of the work is God's Word and not any character appearing in ... is very
approachable and does not mind his people asking questions of him when they
are confused. He would rather we ask than see us remain ignorant and in
|... knowledge is good and ignorance bad and that it is therefore always better to |
have knowledge than to remain ignorant. ... Before examining this question from
the point of view of Jewish faith, it must be conceded that there is a difficulty in ...
|The interlocutors have a mutual relation because they are ignorant; in the terms |
of the dialogue, they are neither good nor bad. ... For the relationship to persist
the good must always be better than the interlocutors: it must be and remain
separate from them and on a higher level. ... question. In fact, we learn very little
about the first friend, the good, in the Lysis. None of the technical metaphysical
terms that ...
|questions of the seamen, — at the same time, I must say that it is very much wiser |
to ask questions about things than to remain ignorant of what one wants to know.
When I got on deck I found Herbert and Solon waiting for me at the foot of the fore
-mast, and we agreed to remain there, hoping by keeping out of the sight of Mr
Grimes to avoid more of his annoyance. As I watched the scenes which were ...
|You're better than the lot. You're educated, refined, intelligent. Better even than |
the ones at the top!” Abruptly, I began to ... Others remain good ignorant German
Hausfraus—— church, kitchen, children—and ask no questions. At that point the
|In fact, the more important the question, the more important the ideas to which it |
will give rise. ... And Werner Heisenberg, of uncertainty principle fame, stated
another oft-repeated principle known to all scientists: “Asking the right question is
frequently more than halfway to the ... students how to recognize their own
ignorance and that of other doctors in order to better define what still remains
|He says: ask not what was the cause that the former days were better than these. |
For it seems, from ... But one should ask the following question: Doesn't someone
only ask regarding a thing about which he is ignorant? What then does it ... It is a
fine weak fire that remains in the stones, as if mixed with them. In itself, it does ...
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