World's Greatest Thinkers Famous Quotes & Sayings

11 World's Greatest Thinkers Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel are in my opinion not philosophers; for they lack the first requirement of a philosopher, namely a seriousness and honesty of inquiry. They are merely sophists who wanted to appear to be rather than to be something. They sought not truth, but their own interest and advancement in the world. Appointments from governments, fees and royalties from students and publishers, and, as a means to this end, the greatest possible show and sensation in their sham philosophy-such were
the guiding stars and inspiring genii of those disciples of wisdom. And so they have not passed the entrance examination and cannot be admitted into the venerable company of thinkers for the human race.
Nevertheless they have excelled in one thing, in the art of beguiling the public and of passing themselves off for what they are not; and this undoubtedly requires talent, yet not philosophical.
Arthur Schopenhauer World's Greatest Thinkers Sayings By Arthur Schopenhauer: Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel are in my opinion not philosophers; for they lack the first
I saw it, the first time I looked in her eyes. The language that lived within her. It was a language that has no name. It cannot be seen. It cannot be heard. All I can say is, her heart must beat the same rhythm as mine and mine must have known it. She was the greatest poem never written. The greatest song never sung. She was art. Before its creation. After its completion. Forever lovely. Timelessly perfect. This world is divided between feelers and thinkers. Spirits and minds.Andrea Michelle World's Greatest Thinkers Sayings By Andrea Michelle: I saw it, the first time I looked in her eyes. The language that lived
The gift of imagination is by no means an exclusive property of the artist; it is a gift we all share; to some degree or other all of us are endowed with the powers of fantasy, the dullest of dullards among us has the gift of dreams at night - visions and yearnings and hopes. Everyone can also think; it is the quality thought that makes the difference - not just the quality of logical thinking, but of imaginative thinking. And our greatest thinkers, those who have radically changed our world, have always arrived at their truths by dreaming them; they are first fantasized, and only then subjected to proof.Leonard Bernstein World's Greatest Thinkers Sayings By Leonard Bernstein: The gift of imagination is by no means an exclusive property of the artist; it
Osho is one of India's greatest mystics ... I see him as one of the world's great teachers, thinkers, philosophers and guides of our times. I have enormous respect for his world vision and the kind of International Communities he is building. I have always felt his influence in my life.Kabir Bedi World's Greatest Thinkers Sayings By Kabir Bedi: Osho is one of India's greatest mystics ... I see him as one of the
Only in the Roman Empire and in Spain under Arab domination has culture been a potent factor. Under the Arab, the standard attained was wholly admirable; to Spain flocked the greatest scientists, thinkers, astronomers, and mathematicians of the world, and side by side there flourished a spirit of sweet human tolerance and a sense of purist chivalry. Then with the advent of Christianity, came the barbarians.Adolf Hitler World's Greatest Thinkers Sayings By Adolf Hitler: Only in the Roman Empire and in Spain under Arab domination has culture been a
Though outwardly Kristina maintained that a clean room was a symptom of a diseased mind (for how could she, while studying the world's greatest thinkers, be bothered with such mundane earthly issues as cleaning?), inwardly she hated untidyness and made a point of spending as little time in the room as possible.Paullina Simons World's Greatest Thinkers Sayings By Paullina Simons: Though outwardly Kristina maintained that a clean room was a symptom of a diseased mind
The world's greatest thinkers have often been amateurs; for high thinking is the outcome of fine and independent living, and for that a professional chair offers no special opportunities.Havelock Ellis World's Greatest Thinkers Sayings By Havelock Ellis: The world's greatest thinkers have often been amateurs; for high thinking is the outcome of
No words can express how much the world owes to sorrow. Most of the Psalms were born in the wilderness. Most of the Epistles were written in a prison. The greatest thoughts of the greatest thinkers have all passed through fire. The greatest poets have "learned in suffering what they taught in song." In bonds Bunyan lived the allegory that he afterwards wrote, and we may thank Bedford Jail for the Pilgrim's Progress. Take comfort, afflicted Christian! When God is about to make pre-eminent use of a person, He put them in the fire.George MacDonald World's Greatest Thinkers Sayings By George MacDonald: No words can express how much the world owes to sorrow. Most of the Psalms
And what agony, thought Krug the thinker, to love so madly a little creature, formed in some mysterious fashion (even more mysterious to us than it had been to the very first thinkers in their pale olive gloves) by the fusion of two mysteries, or rather two sets of a trillion of mysteries each; formed by a fusion which is, at the same time, a matter of choice and a matter of chance and a matter of pure enchantment; thus formed and then permitted to accumulate trillions of its own mysteries; the whole suffused with consciousness, which is the only real thing in the world and the greatest mystery of all.Vladimir Nabokov World's Greatest Thinkers Sayings By Vladimir Nabokov: And what agony, thought Krug the thinker, to love so madly a little creature, formed
The world glows all the time. All of the things that you have come to understand aren't. The greatest thinkers in the world see very little compared to the enlightened.Frederick Lenz World's Greatest Thinkers Sayings By Frederick Lenz: The world glows all the time. All of the things that you have come to
My shipmates and I only grasped our roles on the very superficial level we were taught. We were fighting the bad guys. They were the bad guys because we were told that they were the bad guys. We had to control, infiltrate, and shove our authority around the world because we were its greatest nation. We had the shiniest ships, the biggest guns, the deadliest weapons, and the cockiest egos. And if we thought otherwise, we were vicious traitors. The military condemns rebels, thinkers, and doubt. The military loves obedience, loyalty, and oblivion. Its core values are, after all, "Honor, Courage, and Commitment.Maggie Young World's Greatest Thinkers Sayings By Maggie Young: My shipmates and I only grasped our roles on the very superficial level we were