„The answer was we thought it could be done.“

—  Elon Musk

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US-amerikanischer Serienunternehmer 1971

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„You could attach prices to thoughts. Some cost a lot, some a little. And how does one pay for thoughts? The answer, I think, is: with courage.“

—  Ludwig Wittgenstein Austrian-British philosopher 1889 - 1951

Variante: You could attach prices to ideas. Some cost a lot some little. … And how do you pay for ideas? I believe: with courage.
Quelle: Culture and Value (1980), p. 52e

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„As for the Rosenkavalier waltzes…how could I have done those without a thought of the laughing genius of Vienna?“

—  Richard Strauss German composer and orchestra director 1864 - 1949

On Johann Strauss, page 77. Originally written in 1925.
Recollections and Reflections

„The years will not
answer for what they have done, that much is
certain. There is no shaking them, we
might have foreseen this but refused.“

—  Geoffrey Hill English poet and professor 1932 - 2016

Integer Vitae http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/browse/188/2#/20607403/0
Poetry

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„The brain is a mystery; it has been and still will be. How does the brain produce thoughts? That is the central question and we have still no answer to it.“

—  Charles Scott Sherrington English neurophysiologist and Nobel Prize recipient 1857 - 1952

As quoted in the article The Human Brain — Three Pounds of Mystery, in 'The Watchtower' magazine (15 July 1978)

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„The Wrong we have Done, Thought, or Intended Will wreak its Vengeance on
Our SOULS.“

—  C.G. Jung Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist who founded analytical psychology 1875 - 1961

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„If love is the answer, could you please rephrase the question?“

—  Lily Tomlin American actress, comedian, writer, and producer 1939

Contributions of Jane Wagner
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„Do we not perhaps feel thought, and do we not feel ourselves in the act of knowing and willing? Could not the man in the stove“

—  Miguel de Unamuno 19th-20th century Spanish writer and philosopher 1864 - 1936

The Tragic Sense of Life (1913), II : The Starting-Point
Kontext: The truth is sum, ergo cogito — I am, therefore I think, although not everything that is thinks. Is not consciousness of thinking above all consciousness of being? Is pure thought possible, without consciousness of self, without personality? Can there exist pure knowledge without feeling, without that species of materiality which feelings lends to it? Do we not perhaps feel thought, and do we not feel ourselves in the act of knowing and willing? Could not the man in the stove [Descartes] have said: "I feel, therefore I am"? or "I will, therefore I am"? And to feel oneself, is it not perhaps to feel oneself imperishable?

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