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|Hobbes, Thomas The wisdom of others remains dull till it is writ over with our own |
blood. ... Hoffer, Eric It is the province of knowledge to speak, and it is the
privilege of wisdom to listen. ... James, William Wisdom is learning what to
|faces of wisdom as embodied in Plato, Homer, Yahweh, Shakespeare, Cervantes|
, Freud, or Proust, he also sided with relativism. After quoting William James to
the effect that wisdom was learning what to overlook, Bloom concluded, “Truth, ...
|James, William The art of being wise is the art of knowing what to overlook. - |
James, William Wisdom is learning what to overlook. - James, William If you
believe that feeling bad or worrying long enough will change a past or future
event, then ...
|The slacked or shorted, basketed, identical Food-gathering flocks Are selves I |
overlook. Wisdom, said William James, Is learning what to overlook. And I am
wise If that is wisdom. One hears in this poem the plaintive, intelligent voice of a ...
|Those years passed more rapidly than I thought possible, but I cherish her |
wisdom. ... expression of my elders, as they weighed the consequences of having
critical natures against the wisdom of learning to overlook meaningless
|The practice takes the form of self-statements, another way of saying that the |
patient must learn to talk to himself. He should ... A favorite bumper sticker comes
from William James: 'Wisdom is about learning what to overlook'. This covers a ...
|CODA: NEMESIS AND WISDOM William James observed that wisdom was |
learning what to overlook. Prince Hamlet is the most intelligent of literary
characters, but by James's pragmatic test the doom-eager Shakespearean
charismatic is ...
|Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2003), 116, 117. ... Yamamoto, The Overlook |
Martial Arts Reader: Classic Writings on Philosophy and Technique, ed. Randy F.
Nelson (Woodstock, N.Y.: The Overlook Press, 1989), 183–184. Michael ...
|Also, there is much learning that people need to undertake outside such an |
environment. As it is often the most visible action, though, the workshop mode will
provide a focus for many of my comments. Theory It is easy for people to overlook
|Austin's story, taken as a metaphor for our relationships to the ecosystems we live |
in, offers a clear indication of our proper role in a place and the importance of
caring for the small creatures we often overlook. If we harm the littlest critters,