those who learned to collaborate
and improvise most effectively have prevailed.
(1809-1882, English naturalist)
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beyond a certain point,
pass into qualitative changes.
Karl Marx, Capital, Vol. 1.
(1818-1883, Prussian-German philosopher and revolutionary socialist)
is to pass it on.
It is never of any use to oneself.
(1854-1900, Irish playwright, poet and writer)
with the help of those who possess it.
This must be understood from the very beginning.
One must learn from him who knows.
George Ivanovich Gurdjieff
(1866-1949, Russian psychologist and scientist)
becomes one with them,
learns more from them than he teaches them.
(1869-1948, preeminent leader of Indian nationalism in British-ruled India)
but upon error also.
(1875-1961, Swiss psychotherapist and psychiatrist)
(1879-1955, German-born theoretical physicist)