„A winner knows how much he still has to learn, even when he is considered an expert by others; a loser wants to be considered an expert by others before he has learned enough to know how little he knows.“

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American journalist 1917 - 1986

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„A man should always consider how much he has more than he wants.“

—  Joseph Addison politician, writer and playwright 1672 - 1719

No. 574 (30 July 1714).
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„This man knows the legislative process as few others have learned them. He knows that legislation is compromise, he knows that there must be give and take, and he knows how legislative work is accomplished.“

—  Carl Hayden American federal politician 1877 - 1972

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„Every man who has thought, knows not only how little he knows, but how little every other human being knows, and how ignorant, after all, the world must be.“

—  Robert G. Ingersoll Union United States Army officer 1833 - 1899

The trial of Charles B. Reynolds for blasphemy (1887)

„Only one who has learned much can fully appreciate his ignorance.
He knows well the limits of his knowledge and how much is waiting to be learned.“

—  Louis L'Amour Novelist, short story writer 1908 - 1988

Quelle: Education of a Wandering Man (1989), Ch. 11

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„A man who knows how little he knows is well, a man who knows how much he knows is sick.“

—  Witter Bynner American author 1881 - 1968

The Way of Life, According to Laotzu, 1944.

William Cowper Foto

„Knowledge is proud that he has learned so much;
Wisdom is humble that he knows no more.“

—  William Cowper, The Task

Quelle: The Task (1785), Book VI, Winter Walk at Noon, Line 92.
Kontext: Knowledge, a rude unprofitable mass,
The mere materials with which wisdom builds,
Till smoothed and squared and fitted to its place,
Does but encumber whom it seems to enrich.
Knowledge is proud that he has learned so much;
Wisdom is humble that he knows no more.
Books are not seldom talismans and spells.

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„He who knows best knows how little he knows.“

—  Thomas Jefferson 3rd President of the United States of America 1743 - 1826

Henry Adams Foto

„What one knows is, in youth, of little moment; they know enough who know how to learn.“

—  Henry Adams journalist, historian, academic, novelist 1838 - 1918

The Education of Henry Adams (1907)
Kontext: ... education should try to lessen the obstacles, diminish the friction, invigorate the energy, and should train minds to react, not at haphazard, but by choice, on the lines of force that attract their world. What one knows is, in youth, of little moment; they know enough who know how to learn. Throughout human history the waste of mind has been appalling, and, as this story is meant to show, society has conspired to promote it. No doubt the teacher is the worst criminal, but the world stands behind him and drags the student from his course. The moral is stentorian. Only the most energetic, the most highly fitted, and the most favored have overcome the friction or the viscosity of inertia, and these were compelled to waste three-fourths of their energy in doing it.

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„And still, the more he learned, the more he became aware that he did not know.“

—  Laura Anne Gilman, buch Flesh and Fire

Quelle: Flesh and Fire (2009), p. 313

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„You know, he learned continuously! He took lessons even at age 42. He did it meticulously, without being ashamed or considering himself a star that can rest on his laurels. He had a need for self-improvement.“

—  Vasyl Slipak Ukrainian opera singer 1974 - 2016

2017
Orest Slipak, the brother of singer. Brother about brother. The Day. Кyiv.ua. - 2017. - 27 April. https://day.kyiv.ua/en/article/topic-day/brother-about-brother

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„Nobody is capable of of free speech unless he knows how to use language, and such knowledge is not a gift: it has to learned and worked at. [p.93]“

—  Northrop Frye Canadian literary critic and literary theorist 1912 - 1991

Quelle: "Quotes", The Educated Imagination (1963), Talk 6: The Vocation of Eloquence
Kontext: Freedom has nothing to do with lack of training; it can only be the product of training. You're not free to move unless you've learned to walk, and not free to play the piano unless you practise. Nobody is capable of free speech unless he knows how to use the language, and such knowledge is not a gift: it has to be learned and worked at.

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„When a politician is in opposition he is an expert on the means to some end; and when he is in office he is an expert on the obstacles to it.“

—  G. K. Chesterton English mystery novelist and Christian apologist 1874 - 1936

Illustrated London News (6 April 1918)

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„Because he has the best equipment in the City and he knows how to use it!“

—  Ilona Andrews American husband-and-wife novelist duo

Quelle: Magic Bleeds

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„Much learning shows how little mortals know;
Much wealth, how little worldlings can enjoy.“

—  Edward Young, Night-Thoughts

Quelle: Night-Thoughts (1742–1745), Night VI, Line 519.

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„He was more than willing to instruct me, and in my notebook he actually wrote in his own hand the three commandments he considered sufficient to make any firm prosper: 1. There’s no need for a man to know how to work, but if he doesn't know how to make others work, he is doomed. (2) There is only one great regret: not having acted in one's own best interest. (3) In business, theory is useful, but it can be utilized only after the deal has been made.“

—  Italo Svevo, buch Zeno Cosini

Era dispostissimo ad istruirmi, ed anzi annotò di propria mano nel mio libretto tre comandamenti ch'egli riteneva bastassero per far prosperare qualunque ditta: 1. Non occorre saper lavorare, ma chi non sa far lavorare gli altri perisce. 2. Non c'è che un solo grande rimorso, quello di non aver saputo fare il proprio interesse. 3. In affari la teoria è utilissima, ma è adoperabile solo quando l'affare è stato liquidato.
Quelle: La coscienza di Zeno (1923), P. 52; p. 63.

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