no wisdom compensates.
(1819-1898, German novelist and poet)
they will drag you down to their level
and then beat you with experience.
(1835 – 1910, American author and humorist)
it is still a foolish thing.
(1844-1924, born François-Anatole Thibault,
French poet, journalist, and novelist)
Be satisfied with your opinions
and content with your knowledge.
(1856-1915, American writer and philosopher)
it is more dangerous than ignorance.
George Bernard Shaw
(1856-1950, Irish playwright)
than a wise man can foresee.
(1857-924, born Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski,
Polish author who was granted British nationality in 1886)
but ignorance of ignorance,
is the death of knowledge.
Alfred North Whitehead
(1861-1947, English mathematician and philosopher)