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|If they are convincing enough, then we may have to question whether we should |
even consider the evidence of the cases. ... To quote an old line, "The trouble
with people is not that they don't know but that they know so much that ain't so.
|I he human mind abhors the absence of explanation, but full understanding is |
never possible. ... In the words of the American humorist Josh Billings: The
trouble with people is not uh.it they don't know but that they know so much that
|Even if they know nothing about our subjects, they still use an existing mental |
model of something to build their ... "The trouble with people," Josh Billings once
remarked, "is not that they don't know but that they know so much that ain't so!
|"The trouble with people is not that they don't know, but that they know so much |
that ain't so." "Josh Billings" (Henry Wheeler Shaw, 1818-1885) Once upon a time
, "Back in the old, old days (gosh fifteen or twenty years ago or so), there were no
|Corporate Tax Dodging and the Myth of Job Creation Greg LeRoy. The trouble |
with people is not that they don't know but that they know so much that ain't so. —
Josh Billings Foreword William Greider Some scandals in American political life ...
|Alfred Adler "Real knowledge; like everything else of value is not obtained easily. |
It must be worked ... John F. Kennedy "The trouble with the world is not that
people know too little, but that they know so many things that ain't so." - Mark
|You ain't got no reason to be sitting there now with all that crying, I never see |
anybody have trouble it did them any good to do the way you are doing, Lena. ...
There's that poor Lena, she just been here crying and looking so careless so I
scold her, but that was no good that ... Aldrich how old people can be so bad to
young girls and not have no kind of patience with them. ... It don't do no good to
them, for them girls to get married Mrs. Aldrich, they are much better when they
only know it, ...
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|Children learn so rapidly because they are neither afraid of not knowing nor |
convinced that they already know what they don't. The rest ... The beginner's
mind applies not only to learning new skills, activities, or information but to all we
think we know about life. ... For example, we think: “If things get too good,
something bad will happen,” or “You can't really trust people,” or “You can't really
do or have ... JOHN WOODEN The trouble with most of us is that we know too
much that ain't so.