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|A wise man never knows all; only fools know everything African Proverbs Brainy |
quotes are one of the finest beasts in human. George Ajaquah Antwi The only
one who is wiser than anyone is everyone. Napoleon Bonaparte Behold, my son,
|What makes such equality seem doubtful is only the opinion of those who |
overestimate themselves. For nearly everyone believes they are much wiser than
any ordinary person – that is, much wiser than anyone else, apart from a few
|A book that left an indelible mark on an entire generation of readers, Cat’s Cradle is one of the twentieth century’s most important works—and Vonnegut at his very best. From the Trade Paperback edition.|
|They do not tell us why anything is so; for instance, they do not tell us why fire is |
hot, but only that it is hot. ... that in the earliest times anyone who discovered any
craft that went beyond the perceptions common to all was admired not only ...
point of our present discussion is to show that in everyone's view any discipline
deserving the name of wisdom must describe ... And so, as we said earlier, the
experienced person seems to be wiser than those who have just any old
perception; the ...
|the stand.26 No one, in short, except Socrates himself vouches for his amazing |
story, which begins like this. Socrates' comrade Chaerephon once dared to ask
the Delphic oracle whether anyone was wiser than Socrates. ... He discovered
instead that everyone is ignorant about the greatest things, the noble and good
things, which would include ... story about the oracle and then discussing only
what happened afterwards, Socrates draws the listener's attention away from one
of the ...
|Whatever He guides them, they understand that much only. Whatever knowledge |
anyone achieves is due to missing God. No one understands anything without
missing God. All I can say ... Everyone claims to be wiser than the next. God is ...
|If he is wiser than others, Socrates there declares (ZLCI), it is only because he |
does not think he has the knowledge which ... One of the many things for which \
ve may be grateful to Plato is that, as Boswell said of his own treatment of
johnson, he “did not make a cat out of his tiger. ... wiser than Socrates; this
supposedly started Socrates on his search for someone wiser than himself, trying
everyone who ...
|When Socrates tried to show him that he only thought he was wise and was not |
really so, his efforts were resented ... Socrates reflected as he walked away, “Well
, I am certainly wiser than this ma n; for neither one of us really knows anything
beautiful and ... by his religious duty to find out the meaning of the oracle by
examining everyone with a reputation for knowledge. ... In his pursuit of the
meaning of the Oracle, Socrates learned that the first step in knowing for anyone
is to first be ...
|that would rather fawn over the owners than make common cause with the |
workers. ... We emphasize that he was wiser, smarter, or braver than everyone
else, or that he was more loving or faithful or self- giving than anyone else, or that
he was the only one who ever has been or ever will be both fully human and fully
|WHY CAN'T YOU JUST BE THE PERSON EVERYONE WANTS YOU TO BE? I |
couldn't count ... Everyone would be none the wiser. Out of sight ... Not a love
interest, but a friend who understood me better than anyone ever could. Her