is to begin to understand.
José Ortega y Gasset
(1883-1955, Spanish liberal philosopher and essayist)
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Father James Keller
(1900-1977, Roman Catholic priest)
to have a lot of ideas.
(1901-1994, American chemist, author and educator)
to be of value it must circulate,
and in circulating it can increase
in quantity and, hopefully, in value.
(1908-1988, American author)
is no longer capital, nor natural resources, nor labor.
It is and will be knowledge.
(1909 – 2005, Austrian-born American management consultant)
there are only knowledgeable people.
Information only becomes knowledge
in the hands of someone
who knows what to do with it.
(1909-2005, Austrian-born American management consultant)
of hard coins which keep their shape
as they pass from hand to hand;
it consists of ideas and doctrines
whose meanings change
with the minds that entertain them.
(1912-1975, Montenegrin political philosopher)