Didactylos Famous Quotes & Sayings

5 Didactylos Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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But is all this true?" said Brutha.
Didactylos shrugged. "Could be. Could be. We are here and it is now. The way I see it is, after that, everything tends towards guesswork."
"You mean you don't KNOW it's true?" said Brutha.
"I THINK it might be," said Didactylos. "I could be wrong. Not being certain is what being a philosopher is all about.
Terry Pratchett Didactylos Sayings By Terry Pratchett: But is all this true?" said Brutha.Didactylos shrugged. "Could be. Could be. We are here
If Vorbis was right, and there was a kind of light that made darkness visible, then down there was its opposite, the darkness where no light could ever reach: darkness that blackened light, He thought of blind Didactylos and his empty lantern.Terry Pratchett Didactylos Sayings By Terry Pratchett: If Vorbis was right, and there was a kind of light that made darkness visible,
Now there's a power," he said. "Harnessing the lightning! The dream of mankind!"
The Unnamed Boat surged forward.
"Is it? It's not my dream," said Didactylos. "I always dream of a giant carrot chasing me through a field of lobsters.
Terry Pratchett Didactylos Sayings By Terry Pratchett: Now there's a power," he said. "Harnessing the lightning! The dream of mankind!"The Unnamed Boat
The philosopher Didactylos has summed up an alternative hypothesis as "Things just happen. What the hell".Terry Pratchett Didactylos Sayings By Terry Pratchett: The philosopher Didactylos has summed up an alternative hypothesis as "Things just happen. What the
I know about sureness,' said Didactylos. 'I remember, before I was blind, I went to Omnia once. And in your Citadel I saw a crowd stoning a man to death in a pit. Ever seen that?'
'It has to be done,' Brutha mumbled. 'So the soul can be shriven and-'
'Don't know about the soul. Never been that kind of philosopher,' said Didactylos. 'All I know is, it was a horrible sight.'
'The state of the body is not-'
'Oh, I'm not talking about the poor bugger in the pit,' said the philosopher. 'I'm talking about the people throwing the stones. They were sure all right. They were sure it wasn't them in the pit. You could see it in their faces. So glad it wan't them in the pit that they were throwing just as hard as they could.
Terry Pratchett Didactylos Sayings By Terry Pratchett: I know about sureness,' said Didactylos. 'I remember, before I was blind, I went to