Quotes About Human Thought

Quotes tagged as "human-thought" (showing 1-4 of 4)
Albert Camus
“If the only significant history of human thought were to be written, it would have to be the history of its successive regrets and its impotences.”
Albert Camus

Murray Bookchin
“There are no hierarchies in nature other than those imposed by hierarchical modes of human thought, but rather differences merely in function between and within living things.”
Murray Bookchin, Post-Scarcity Anarchism

Edward Teller
“Science attempts to find logic and simplicity in nature. Mathematics attempts to establish order and simplicity in human thought.”
Edward Teller, The Pursuit Of Simplicity

William Maxwell
“...human thought is by no means as private as it seems, and all that you need to read somebody else's mind is the willingness to read your own.”
William Maxwell, The Chateau

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