is only productive, not creative.
(1913-1960, French author, journalist and philosopher)
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to all other knowledge.
The fun is in making the connections.
(Palaeopathologist and expert on dissecting mummies)
to go a long distance out of the way
in order to come back
a short distance correctly.
(*1928, American playwright)
but starved for knowledge.
(*1929, American author and public speaker)
what you are doing.
Loren P. Meissner
(Author of Fortran)
if only we ask ourselves
instead of somebody else.
(*1936, American writer)
more demanding than giving.
Mary Catherine Bateson
(*1939, American writer and cultural anthropologist)
is not ignorance;
it is the illusion of knowledge.
(*1942, British theoretical physicist and cosmologist)