Aphorisms

  • The search of truth is more precious than its possession (A. E.)
  • Truth is often a terrible weapon. It is possible to lie and even kill with truth (A. A.)
  • Pray as if everything depended on God. Work as if everything depended on you (S. I.)
  • The only place where success comes before sweat is the dictionary (G. B. S.)
  • Have you ever tried? Have you ever fail? Fail again. Fail better (S. B.)
  • I say no when everyone, together, says yes. This is my commitment (J. A.)
  • Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic (A. C. C.)
  • I would bargain all my technology¬† for an evening with Socrates (S. J.)
  • The technique takes away from what really constitutes a man (E. C.)
  • Life is what happens when you are busy making other plans (J. L.)
  • Logic can not admit a unicorn any more than zoology can (B. R.)
  • The first justice is conscience (V. H.)
  • Thought comes into us even before it happens (R. M. R)
  • The quickness of mind belongs to those who, with thought, cleave the air with no friction (parafrasando R. C.)
  • One learns mainly by making mistakes, and these prevail in an excessive way during lifetime (K. G.)
  • The meaning of a statement is the thought that it expresses, its denotation is the value of truth (G. F.)
  • Common sense is at the origin of philosophical and scientific knowledge (S.M.)
  • Amazement is the source of scientific creation (A. E.)