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0Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.A. EinsteinTheoretical PhysicistEnglish
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1You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.A. EinsteinTheoretical PhysicistEnglish
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2Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.A. EinsteinTheoretical PhysicistEnglish
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3We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.A. EinsteinTheoretical PhysicistEnglish
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4The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.W. ShakespearePlaywriter, PoetAs You Like It1603 A.D.English
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5Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.W. ShakespearePlaywriter, PoetAll's Well That Ends Well1604 A.D.English
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6If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts; but if he will be content to begin with doubts, he shall end in certainties.F. BaconPhilosopher, StatesmanThe Advancement Of Learning1605 A.D.English
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7Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.L. TolstoyWriter, PhilosopherThree Methods Of Reform1900 A.D.English
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8We can know only that we know nothing. And that is the highest degree of human wisdom.L. TolstoyWriter, PhilosopherWar and Peace1869 A.D.English
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9It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.AristotlePhilosopherMetaphysics339 B.C.English
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10The high-minded man must care more for the truth than for what people think.AristotlePhilosopherEnglish
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11Knowledge is power.F. BaconPhilosopher, StatesmanMeditationes Sacrae1957 A.D.English
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12Read not to contradict and confute; nor to believe and take for granted; nor to find talk and discourse; but to weigh and consider.F. BaconPhilosopher, StatesmanThe Essays1597 A.D.English
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13It is the peculiar and perpetual error of the human understanding to be more moved and excited by affirmatives than by negatives.F. BaconPhilosopher, StatesmanNovum Organum Scientiarum1620 A.D.English
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14It is our choice of good or evil that determines our character, not our opinion about good or evil.AristotlePhilosopherNicomachean Ethics339 B.C.English
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15Piety requires us to honor truth above our friends.AristotlePhilosopherNicomachean Ethics325 B.C.English
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16I grow old learning something new every day.SolonStatesman, LawmakerEnglish
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17Know thyselfThales of MiletusPhilosopher, MathematicianEnglish
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18Put more trust in nobility of character than in an oath.SolonLawmaker, PhilosopherEnglish
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19The heaviest penalty for declining to rule is to be ruled by someone inferior to yourself.PlatoPhilosopherThe Republic380 B.C.English
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20I am the wisest man alive, for I know one thing, and that is that I know nothing.PlatoPhilosopherThe Republic380 B.C.English
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21The object of education is to teach us to love what is beautiful.PlatoPhilosopherThe Republic380 B.C.English
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22Μηδένα προ του τέλους μακάριζε.ΣώλονΝομοθέτης, ΦιλόσοφοςGreek
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23Γηράσκω δ’ αεί πολλά διδασκόμενος.ΣώλονΝομοθέτης, ΦιλόσοφοςGreek
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24Αργία μήτηρ πάσης κακίας.ΣώλονΝομοθέτης, ΦιλόσοφοςGreek
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25Όταν μάθεις να διοικείσαι, τότε θα μάθεις να διοικείς.ΣώλονΝομοθέτης, ΦιλόσοφοςGreek
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26Η καλύτερη διακυβέρνηση είναι εκείνη όπου ο λαός υπακούει στους άρχοντες κι οι άρχοντες στους νόμους.ΣώλονΝομοθέτης, ΦιλόσοφοςGreek
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27Ένας άνθρωπος είναι το σύνολο των πράξεών του. Τι έχει κάνει, τι μπορεί να κάνει. Τίποτε άλλο.Μ. ΓκάντιΦιλόσοφοςGreek
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28Έτσι το παλιό έκανε την εμφάνισή του σαν νέο μασκαρεμένο και έφερε αλυσοδεμένο μαζί του το νέο να το παρουσιάσει σαν παλιό.Μπ. ΜπρεχτΠοιητής, Δραματουργός, ΣκηνοθέτηςΗ παρέλαση του παλιού καινούργιου1938 μ.Χ.Greek
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29So the Old strode in disguised as the New, but it brought the New with it in its triumphal procession and presented it as the Old.B. BrechtPoet, Playwriter, Theatre DirectoerParade of the Old New1938 A.D.English
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30I frame no hypothesis.I. NewtonPhysicist, MathematicianMathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy1687 A.D.English
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31Those who assume hypotheses as first principles of their speculations […] may indeed form an ingenious romance, but a romance it will still be.R. CotesMathematicianMathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy (2nd Edition)1713 A.D.English
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32If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants.I. NewtonPhysicist, MathematicianThe Correspondence Of Isaac Newton1687 A.D.English
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33Tact is the art of making a point without making an enemy.I. NewtonPhysicist, MathematicianEnglish
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34Έχεις τα πινέλα, έχεις τα χρώματα, ζωγράφισε τον παράδεισο και μπες μέσα.Ν. ΚαζαντζάκηςΣυγγραφέας, ΦιλόσοφοςΑσκητική1923 μ.Χ.Greek
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35Ν’ αγαπάς την ευθύνη να λες εγώ, εγώ μονάχος μου θα σώσω τον κόσμο. Αν χαθεί, εγώ θα φταίω.Ν. ΚαζαντζάκηςΣυγγραφέας, ΦιλόσοφοςGreek
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36Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.Martin Luther King Jr.Activist, HumanitarianA Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches1986 A.D.English
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37An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind.M. GhandiPhilosopher, HumanitarianEnglish
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38Peace begins with a smile.Mother TeresaReligious Sister, HumanitarianEnglish
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39Ο έξυπνος άνθρωπος αλλάζει γνώμη. Ο ηλίθιος ποτέ.Γ. Β. ΓκαίτεΠοιητής, ΜυθιστοριογράφοςGreek
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40Μπορείς να τους ξεγελάς όλους για λίγο καιρό, λίγους όλο τον καιρό, αλλά όχι όλους όλο τον καιρό.Α. ΛινκονΑμερικανός πρόεδροςGreek
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41Ο πολιτισμός μιας χώρας φαίνεται από το επίπεδο διαβίωσης των φυλακισμένων της.Φ. ΝτοστογιέφσκιΣυγγραφέας, ΦιλόσοφοςGreek
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42Ευτυχία δεν είναι να κάνεις αυτό που θέλεις, αλλά να μην κάνεις αυτό που δεν θέλεις.Ζ.Ζ. ΡουσσώΦιλόσοφοςGreek
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43Αλίμονο στη χώρα που έχει ανάγκη από ήρωες.Μπ. ΜπρεχτΠοιητής, Δραματουργός, Σκηνοθέτης1938 μ.Χ.Greek
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44Κανείς δεν μπορεί να σε κάνει να νοιώσεις κατώτερος χωρίς τη συγκατάθεσή σου.Ελ. ΡουσβελτΣύζυγος προέδρου των Η.Π.Α.Greek
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45Many people would sooner die than think; In fact, they do so.B. RusselMathematician, PhilosopherEnglish
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46Civilization is the limitless multiplication of unecessary necessities.M. TwainWriter, HumoristEnglish
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47Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselvesC. JungFather of Analytical PsychologyEnglish
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48[...] the point of that kind of Europe with a central bank is no democracy, taking powers away from every single Parliament, and having a single currency, a monetary policy and interest rates which take all political power away from us. M. ThatcherBritish stateswoman and politicianExcerpt from her last speeh as UK's PM1990 A.D.English
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49The hottest places in Hell are reserved for those who, in times of moral crisis, preserved their neutrality.D. AlighieriPoetThe Divine Comedy: Inferno1320 A.D.English
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50You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play it better than anyone else.D. FeinsteinU.S. SenatorEnglish
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51Thou hadst better eat salt with the Philosophers of Greece, than sugar with the Courtiers of Italy.B. FranklinPolitical TheoristPoor Richard's Almanac1758 A.D.English
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52It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare; it is because we do not dare that things are difficult.SenecaPhisolopher & Statesman50 A.D.English
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53The worst form of inequality is obtained when we try to make unequal things equal and the worst form of injustice happens when you're trying to treat equally those who are unequal.AristotlePhilosopherNicomachean Ethics350 B.C.English
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54Anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that "my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge".I. AsimovScience Fiction PioneerEnglish
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55If, then, I were asked for the most important advice I could give, that which I considered to be the most useful to the men of our century, I should simply say: in the name of God, stop a moment, cease your work, look around you.L. TolstoyWriter, PhilosopherEssays, Letters and Miscellanies1928 A.D.English
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56Και συ, τσούλα των δήμιων, επιστήμη, της αλήθειας εσχάτη τεφροδόχα, και συ, πρόστυχη πένα και ψοφίμι, του βούρκου λιβανίζετε την μπόχα!Κ. ΒάρναληςΠοιητήςΕλεύθερος ΚόσμοςGreek
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57I cannot give you the formula for success, but I can give you the formula for failure: try to please everybody.Herbert Bayard SwopeJournalist, Poulitzer winnerEnglish
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58When information is cheap, attention becomes expensive.James GleickAuthor, Historian of ScienceEnglish
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59I dare do all that may become a man; Who dares do more is none!W. ShakespearePlaywriter, PoetMacbeth1606 A.D.English
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60[...] εάν κάτι μου πάρει πάνω από πέντε λεπτά να το φτιάξω, τότε κάτι έχει γίνει λάθος αρχικό σχεδιασμό.E. BalaskasSystems AdministratorIRL2018 A.D.Greek
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61A man is like a fraction whose numerator is what he is and whose denominator is what he thinks of himself. The larger the denominator, the smaller the fraction.L. TolstoyWriter, PhilosopherEssays, Letters and Miscellanies1928 A.D.English
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