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  Born ::: July 01, 1742 in Ober-Ramstadt, Germany
  Died ::: February 24, 1799
  Genre ::: Science, Philosophy, Aphorisms

  Georg Christoph Lichtenberg was a German scientist, satirist and Anglophile. As a scientist, he was the first to hold a professorship explicitly dedicated to experimental physics in Germany. Today, he is remembered for his notebooks published posthumously, which he himself called "waste books", using the English bookkeeping term, and for his discovery of the strange treelike patterns now called Lichtenberg figures.



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1:Ideas too are a life and a world. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
2:They do not think, therefore they are not. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
3:He who understands the wise is wise already. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
4:Once we know our weaknesses they cease to do us any harm. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
5:Some people read only because they are too lazy to think. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
6:The man was such an intellectual he was of almost no use. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
7:One has to do something new in order to see something new. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
8:Before we blame we should first see whether we cannot excuse. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
9:Do not say hypothesis, and even less theory: say way of thinking. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
10:One can live in this world on soothsaying but not on truth saying. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
11:People who never have any time on their hands are those who do the least. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
12:Doubt everything at least once, even the sentence "Two times two is four." ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
13:A person reveals his character by nothing so clearly as the joke he resents. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
14:Even truth needs to be clad in new garments if it is to appeal to a new age. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
15:The book which most deserved to be banned would be a catalog of banned books. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
16:Perhaps in time the so-called Dark Ages will be thought of as including our own. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
17:If another Messiah was born he could hardly do so much good as the printing-press. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
18:In the world we live in, one fool makes many fools, but one sage only a few sages. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
19:To read means to borrow; to create out of one's readings is paying off one's debts. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
20:A book is a mirror: if an ape looks into it an apostle is hardly likely to look out. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg, [T5],
21:He who knows himself properly can very soon learn to know all other men. It is all reflection. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
22:He was always smoothing and polishing himself, and in the end he became blunt before he was sharp. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
23:A good means to discovery is to take away certain parts of a system to find out how the rest behaves. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
24:How few friends would remain friends if each could see the sentiments of the other in their entirety. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
25:Never undertake anything unless you have the heart to ask Heaven's blessing on your undertaking. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg, [T5],
26:Imagine the world so greatly magnified that particles of light look like twenty-four-pound cannon balls. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
27:What a blessing it would be if we could open and shut our ears...as easily as we open and shut our eyes. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
28:One's first step in wisdom is to question everything - and one's last is to come to terms with everything. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
29:Just as there are polysyllabic words that say very little, so there are also monosyllabic words of infinite meaning. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
30:I have remarked very clearly that I am often of one opinion when I am lying down and of another when I am standing up. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
31:If an angel were to tell us about his philosophy, I believe many of his statements might well sound like '2 x 2= 13'. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg, [T5],
32:What you have been obliged to discover by yourself leaves a path in your mind which you can use again when the need arises. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
33:It is a great shame; most of our words are misused tools / which often still smell of the mud in which previous owners / desecrated them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
34:If it is permissible to write plays that are not intended to be seen, I should like to see who can prevent me from writing a book no one can read. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg, [T5],
35:Pain warns us not to exert our limbs to the point of breaking them. How much knowledge would we not need to recognize this by the exercise of mere reason. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
36:Man is a masterpiece of creation if for no other reason than that, all the weight of evidence for determinism notwithstanding, he believes he has free will. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
37:Everyone who has ever written will have discovered that writing always awakens something which, though it lay within us, we failed clearly to recognize before. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
38:I made the journey to knowledge like dogs who go for walks with their masters, a hundred times forward and backward over the same territory; and when I arrived I was tired. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
39:As I take up my pen I feel myself so full, so equal to my subject, and see my book so clearly before me in embryo, I would almost like to try to say it all in a single word. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
40:The motives that lead us to do anything might be arranged like the thirty-two winds and might be given names on the same pattern: for instance, "bread-bread-fame" or "fame-fame-bread." ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
41:All mathematical laws which we find in Nature are always suspect to me, in spite of their beauty. They give me no pleasure. They are merely auxiliaries. At close range it is all not true. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
42:People who have read a good deal rarely make great discoveries. I do not say this in excuse of laziness, but because invention presupposes an extensive independent contemplation of things. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
43:Diogenes, filthily attired, paced across the splendid carpets in Plato's dwelling. Thus, said he, do I trample on the pride of Plato. Yes, Plato replied, but only with another kind of pride. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
44:It not seldom happens that in the purposeless rovings and wanderings of the imagination we hunt down such game as can be put to use by our purposeful philosophy in its well-ordered household. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
45:Just as we outgrow a pair of trousers, we outgrow acquaintances, libraries, principles, etc., at times before they're worn out and times - and this is the worst of all - before we have new ones. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
46:Do not judge God's world from your own. Trim your own hedge as you wish and plant your flowers in the patterns you can understand, but do not judge the garden of nature from your little window box. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
47:There is no more important rule of conduct in the world than this: attach yourself as much as you can to people who are abler than you and yet not so very different that you cannot understand them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
48:First there is a time when we believe everything, then for a little while we believe with discrimination, then we believe nothing whatever, and then we believe everything again - and, moreover, give reasons why we believe. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
49:It is astonishing how much the word infinitely is misused: everything is infinitely more beautiful, infinitely better, etc. The concept must have something pleasing about it, or its misuse could not have become so general. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
50:A writer who wishes to be read by posterity must not be averse to putting hints which might give rise to whole books, or ideas for learned discussions, in some corner of a chapter so that one should think he can afford to throw them away by the thousand. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
51:One cannot demand of a scholar that he show himself a scholar everywhere in society, but the whole tenor of his behavior must none the less betray the thinker, he must always be instructive, his way of judging a thing must even in the smallest matters be such that people can see what it will amount to when, quietly and self-collected, he puts this power to scholarly use. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
52:It thunders, howls, roars, hisses, whistles, blusters, hums, growls, rumbles, squeaks, groans, sings, crackles, cracks, rattles, flickers, clicks, snarls, tumbles, whimpers, whines, rustles, murmurs, crashes, clucks, to gurgle, tinkles, blows, snores, claps, to lisp, to cough, it boils, to scream, to weep, to sob, to croak, to stutter, to lisp, to coo, to breathe, to clash, to bleat, to neigh, to grumble, to scrape, to bubble. These words, and others like them, which express sounds are more than mere symbols: they are a kind of hieroglyphics for the ear. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,

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1:Reading means borrowing. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
2:Too much is unwholesome. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
3:Non cogitant, ergo non sunt. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
4:Delicacy in woman is strength. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
5:Ideas too are a life and a world. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
6:Ideas too are a life and a world. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
7:Those who never have time do least ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
8:As nations improve, so do their gods. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
9:God: personified incomprehensibility. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
10:Man is a masterpiece of creation . . . ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
11:Sickness is mankind's greatest defect. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
12:Barbaric accuracy - whimpering humility. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
13:Virtue by premeditation isn't worth much. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
14:Ambition and suspicion always go together. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
15:Everyone is a genius at least once a year. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
16:They do not think, therefore they are not. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
17:In every man there is something of all men. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
18:Men still have to be governed by deception. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
19:They do not think, therefore they are not. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
20:He who understands the wise is wise already. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
21:God creates the animals, man creates himself. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
22:He who understands the wise is wise already. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
23:In each of us there is a little of all of us. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
24:Body and soul: a horse harnessed beside an ox. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
25:Brevity: To say at once whatever is to be said. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
26:Love is blind, but marriage restores its sight. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
27:Ask yourself always: how can this be done better? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
28:To make a vow is a greater sin than to break one. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
29:Man is to be found in reason, God in the passions. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
30:Erudition can produce foliage without bearing fruit. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
31:To do just the opposite is also a form of imitation. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
32:Much reading has brought upon us a learned barbarism. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
33:The feeling of health can only be gained by sickness. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
34:One of our forefathers must have read a forbidden book. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
35:A man is never more serious than when he praise himself. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
36:The greater part of human misery is caused by indolence. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
37:Once we know our weaknesses they cease to do us any harm. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
38:Some people read only because they are too lazy to think. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
39:The man was such an intellectual he was of almost no use. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
40:The most entertaining surface on earth is the human face. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
41:Where the frontier of science once was is now the centre. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
42:A donkey appears to me like a horse translated into Dutch. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
43:Honor is infinitely more valuable than positions of honor. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
44:Once we know our weaknesses they cease to do us any harm. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
45:One has to do something new in order to see something new. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
46:Probably no invention came more easily to man than heaven. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
47:Some people read only because they are too lazy to think. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
48:The man was such an intellectual he was of almost no use. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
49:The most dangerous untruths are truths slightly distorted. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
50:One has to do something new in order to see something new. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
51:Before we blame we should first see whether we cannot excuse. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
52:Nowadays three witty turns of phrase and a lie make a writer. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
53:Some theories are good for nothing except to be argued about. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
54:Before we blame we should first see whether we cannot excuse. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
55:Some people feel with their heads and think with their hearts. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
56:Libraries can in general be too narrow or too wide for the soul. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
57:The American who first discovered Columbus made a bad discovery. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
58:Do not say hypothesis, and even less theory: say way of thinking. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
59:Do not say hypothesis, and even less theory: say way of thinking. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
60:One can live in this world on soothsaying but not on truth saying. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
61:Perhaps pure reason without heart would never have thought of God. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
62:The grave is still the best shelter against the storms of destiny. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
63:A good metaphor is something even the police should keep an eye on. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
64:If brandy was made out of sparrows there would soon be no sparrows. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
65:One can live in this world on soothsaying but not on truth saying. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
66:A handful of soldiers is always better than a mouthful of arguments. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
67:You can make a good living from soothsaying but not from truthsaying. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
68:A sure sign of a good book is that you like it more the older you get. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
69:Man loves company - even if it is only that of a small burning candle. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
70:Before one blames, one should always find out whether one cannot excuse. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
71:Doubt must be no more than vigilance, otherwise it can become dangerous. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
72:It often takes more courage to change one's opinion than to stick to it. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
73:Courage, garrulousness and the mob are on our side. What more do we want? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
74:Nowadays beautiful women are counted among the talents of their husbands. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
75:People who never have any time on their hands are those who do the least. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
76:The drive to propagate our race has also propagated a lot of other things ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
77:Doubt everything at least once, even the sentence "Two times two is four." ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
78:People who never have any time on their hands are those who do the least. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
79:Theologians always try to turn the Bible into a book without common sense. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
80:There are people who can believe anything they wish. What lucky creatures! ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
81:With most men, unbelief in one thing springs from blind belief in another. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
82:Doubt everything at least once, even the sentence "Two times two is four." ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
83:No despotism is so formidable as that of a religion or a scientific system. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
84:A person reveals his character by nothing so clearly as the joke he resents. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
85:Even truth needs to be clad in new garments if it is to appeal to a new age. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
86:A person reveals his character by nothing so clearly as the joke he resents. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
87:Even truth needs to be clad in new garments if it is to appeal to a new age. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
88:Man is always partial and is quite right to be. Even impartiality is partial. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
89:The book which most deserved to be banned would be a catalog of banned books. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
90:How did mankind ever come by the idea of liberty? What a grand thought it was! ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
91:Man is so perfectable and corruptible he can become a fool through good sense. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
92:Nothing is more conducive to peace of mind than not having any opinion at all. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
93:The book which most deserved to be banned would be a catalog of banned books. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
94:We accumulate our opinions at an age when our understanding is at its weakest. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
95:Marriage, in contrast to the flu, starts with a fever and ends with the chills. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
96:There are very many people who read simply to prevent themselves from thinking. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
97:With prophecies the commentator is often a more important man than the prophet. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
98:I forget the greater part of what I read, but all the same it nourishes my mind. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
99:Perhaps in time the so-called Dark Ages will be thought of as including our own. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
100:After all, is our idea of God anything more than personified incomprehensibility? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
101:A man has virtues enough if he deserves pardon for his faults on account of them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
102:Never trust a man who lays his hand on his heart when he assures you of anything. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
103:Perhaps in time the so-called Dark Ages will be thought of as including our own. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
104:To many people virtue consists chiefly in repenting faults, not in avoiding them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
105:A schoolteacher or professor cannot educate individuals, he educates only species. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
106:He swallowed a lot of wisdom, but all of it seems to have gone down the wrong way. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
107:If another Messiah was born he could hardly do so much good as the printing-press. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
108:In the world we live in, one fool makes many fools, but one sage only a few sages. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
109:The most successful tempters and thus the most dangerous are the deluded deluders. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
110:Deliberate virtue is never worth much: The virtue of feeling or habit is the thing. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
111:If another Messiah was born he could hardly do so much good as the printing-press. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
112:If this is philosophy it is at any rate a philosophy that is not in its right mind. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
113:In the world we live in, one fool makes many fools, but one sage only a few sages. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
114:Nothing can contribute more to peace of soul than the lack of any opinion whatever. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
115:To read means to borrow; to create out of one s readings is paying off one's debts. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
116:A book is a mirror: if an ape looks into it an apostle is hardly likely to look out. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
117:Most men of education are more superstitious than they admit - nay, than they think. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
118:There are people who think that everything one does with a serious face is sensible. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
119:To read means to borrow; to create out of one's readings is paying off one's debts. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
120:Why does a suppurating lung give so little warning and a sore on the finger so much? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
121:As soon as you know a man to be blind, you imagine that you can see it from his back. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
122:I look upon book reviews as an infantile disease which new-born books are subject to. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
123:It is a sure evidence of a good book if it pleases us more and more as we grow older. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
124:There is a great difference between believing in something and believing in it again. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
125:If people should ever start to do only what is necessary millions would die of hunger. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
126:Nothing makes one old so quickly as the ever-present thought that one is growing older. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
127:One must judge men not by their opinions, but by what their opinions have made of them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
128:To write brashly about some things, it is almost necessary not to know much about them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
129:Whenever he composes a critical review, I have been told, he gets an enormous erection. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
130:I am convinced we do not only love ourselves in others but hate ourselves in others too. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
131:Nothing reveals a man's character better than the kind of joke at which he takes offense. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
132:The fly that doesn't want to be swatted is most secure when it lights on the fly-swatter. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
133:What most clearly characterizes true freedom and its true employment is its misemployment. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
134:A book is a mirror: if an ape looks into it an apostle is hardly likely to look out. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg, [T5],
135:Above all things expand the frontiers of science: without this the rest counts for nothing. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
136:A man of spirit must not think of the word difficulty as so much as existing. Away with it! ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
137:The course of the seasons is a piece of clockwork, with a cuckoo to call when it is spring. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
138:The thoughts written on the walls of madhouses by their inmates might be worth publicizing. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
139:He who is in love with himself has at least this advantage - he won't encounter many rivals. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
140:The human tendency to regard little things as important has produced very many great things. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
141:The sure conviction that we could if we wanted to is the reason so many good minds are idle. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
142:The worst thing you can possibly do is worrying and thinking about what you could have done. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
143:Bad writers are those who try to express their own feeble ideas in the language of good ones. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
144:Be attentive, feel nothing in vain, measure and compare: this is the whole law of philosophy. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
145:There are people who believe everything is sane and sensible that is done with a solemn face. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
146:He who knows himself properly can very soon learn to know all other men. It is all reflection. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
147:A good part of the fame of most celebrated men is due to the shortsightedness of their admirers ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
148:He who knows himself properly can very soon learn to know all other men. It is all reflection. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
149:Is it so unjust that a man should leave the world by the same gate through which he entered it? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
150:Never undertake anything for which you wouldn't have the courage to ask the blessings of heaven. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
151:Never undertake anything unless you have the heart to ask Heaven's blessing on your undertaking. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
152:The proof that man is the noblest of all creatures is that no other creature has ever denied it. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
153:Universal morality is to be found in little everyday penny-events just as much as in great ones. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
154:To do the opposite of something is also a form of imitation, namely an imitation of its opposite. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
155:He was always smoothing and polishing himself, and in the end he became blunt before he was sharp. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
156:How might letters be most efficiently copied so that the blind might read them with their fingers? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
157:It is too bad if you have to do everything upon reflection and can't do anything from early habit. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
158:Knowledge acquired too rapidly and without being personally supplemented is never very productive. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
159:One should never trust a person who, while assuring you of something, puts his hands on his heart. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
160:The celebrated painter Gainsborough got as much pleasure from seeing violins as from hearing them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
161:What we are able to judge with feeling is very little; the rest is all prejudice and complaisance. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
162:He was always smoothing and polishing himself, and in the end he became blunt before he was sharp. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
163:I am always grieved when a man of real talent dies. The world needs such men more than Heaven does. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
164:If all mankind were suddenly to practice honesty, many thousands of people would be sure to starve. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
165:We have no words for speaking of wisdom to the stupid. He who understands the wise is wise already. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
166:When a book and a head collide and a hollow sound is heard, must it always have come from the book? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
167:A book which, above all others in the world, should be forbidden, is a catalogue of forbidden books. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
168:Of all the inventions of man I doubt whether any was more easily accomplished than that of a Heaven. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
169:The construction of the universe is certainly very much easier to explain than is that of the plant. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
170:A good means to discovery is to take away certain parts of a system to find out how the rest behaves. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
171:He who is enamored of himself will at least have the advantage of being inconvenienced by few rivals. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
172:How few friends would remain friends if each could see the sentiments of the other in their entirety. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
173:If we thought more for ourselves we would have very many more bad books and very many more good ones. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
174:Much can be inferred about a man from his mistress: in her one beholds his weaknesses and his dreams. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
175:A good means to discovery is to take away certain parts of a system to find out how the rest behaves. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
176:How few friends would remain friends if each could see the sentiments of the other in their entirety. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
177:It is almost impossible to carry the torch of truth through a crowd without singeing somebody's beard. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
178:It is strange that only extraordinary men make the discoveries, which later appear so easy and simple. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
179:Propositions on which all men are in agreement are true: if they are not true we have no truth at all. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
180:Never undertake anything unless you have the heart to ask Heaven's blessing on your undertaking. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg, [T5],
181:One of the greatest creations of the human mind is the art of reviewing books without having read them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
182:Imagine the world so greatly magnified that particles of light look like twenty-four-pound cannon balls. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
183:The highest point to which a weak but experienced mind can rise is detecting the weakness of better men. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
184:What a blessing it would be if we could open and shut our ears...as easily as we open and shut our eyes. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
185:If you are going to build something in the air it is always better to build castles than houses of cards. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
186:I have never yet met anyone who did not think it was an agreeable sensation to cut tinfoil with scissors. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
187:Imagine the world so greatly magnified that particles of light look like twenty-four-pound cannon balls. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
188:We say that someone occupies an official position, whereas it is the official position that occupies him. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
189:What a blessing it would be if we could open and shut our ears...as easily as we open and shut our eyes. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
190:One's first step in wisdom is to question everything - and one's last is to come to terms with everything. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
191:One's first step in wisdom is to question everything - and one's last is to come to terms with everything. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
192:Everyone is a genius at least once a year. The real geniuses simply have their bright ideas closer together. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
193:If there were only turnips and potatoes in the world, someone would complain that plants grow the wrong way. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
194:There is no greater impediment to progress in the sciences than the desire to see it take place too quickly. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
195:To err is human also in so far as animals seldom or never err, or at least only the cleverest of them do so. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
196:Honest unaffected distrust of human abilities under all circumstances is the surest sign of strength of mind. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
197:God created man in His own image, says the Bible; philosophers reverse the process: they create God in theirs. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
198:It is with epigrams as with other inventions; the best ones annoy us because we didn't think of them ourselves. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
199:What we have to discover for ourselves leaves behind in our mind a pathway that can be used on another occasion. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
200:An hour-glass is a reminder not only of time's quick flight, but also of the dust to which we must at last return ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
201:We are obliged to regard many of our original minds as crazy at least until we have become as clever as they are. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
202:Everyone should study at least enough philosophy and belles-lettres to make his sexual experience more delectable. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
203:He marvelled at the fact that the cats had two holes cut in their fur at precisely the spot where their eyes were. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
204:If countries were named after the words you first hear when you go there, England would have to be called Damn It. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
205:Great men too make mistakes, and many among them do it so often that one is almost tempted to call them little men. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
206:If all else fails, the character of a man can be recognized by nothing so surely as by a jest which he takes badly. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
207:Just as there are polysyllabic words that say very little, so there are also monosyllabic words of infinite meaning. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
208:Do not commence your exercises in philosophy in those regions where an error can deliver you over to the executioner. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
209:If an angel were to tell us about his philosophy, I believe many of his statements might well sound like '2 x 2= 13'. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
210:Just as there are polysyllabic words that say very little, so there are also monosyllabic words of infinite meaning. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
211:I have remarked very clearly that I am often of one opinion when I am lying down and of another when I am standing up. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
212:I cannot say whether things will get better if we change; what I can say is they must change if they are to get better. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
213:I have remarked very clearly that I am often of one opinion when I am lying down and of another when I am standing up. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
214:With God thoughts are colors, with us they are pigments-even the most abstract one may be accompanied by physical pain. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
215:He who says he hates every kind of flattery, and says it in earnest, certainly does not yet know every kind of flattery. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
216:That man is the noblest creature may also be inferred from the fact that no other creature has yet contested this claim. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
217:Truly, men make too little use of their lives; and so it is no wonder that the world should still be in such a poor way. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
218:Is it not strange that mankind should so willingly battle for religion and so unwillingly live according to its precepts? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
219:Man can acquire accomplishments or he can become an animal, whichever he wants. God makes the animals, man makes himself. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
220:How happily some people would live if they troubled themselves as little about other people's business as about their own. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
221:The noble simplicity in the works of nature only too often originates in the noble shortsightedness of him who observes it. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
222:What you have been obliged to discover by yourself leaves a path in your mind which you can use again when the need arises. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
223:If an angel were to tell us about his philosophy, I believe many of his statements might well sound like '2 x 2= 13'. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg, [T5],
224:What you have been obliged to discover by yourself leaves a path in your mind which you can use again when the need arises. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
225:A vacuum of ideas affects people differently than a vacuum of air, otherwise readers of books would be constantly collapsing. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
226:Everyone is perfectly willing to learn from unpleasant experience - if only the damage of the first lesson could be repaired. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
227:Many things about our bodies would not seem to us so filthy and obscene if we did not have the idea of nobility in our heads. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
228:Every condition of the soul has its own sign and expression...So you will see how hard it is to seem original without being so. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
229:Many a man who is willing to be shot for his belief in a miracle would have doubted, had he been present at the miracle itself. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
230:Affectation is a very good word when someone does not wish to confess to what he would none the less like to believe of himself. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
231:Many are less fortunate than you' may not be a roof to live under, but it will serve to retire beneath in the event of a shower. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
232:Most subjects at universities are taught for no other purpose than that they may be re-taught when the students become teachers. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
233:Nothing puts a greater obstacle in the way of the progress of knowledge than thinking that one knows what one does not yet know. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
234:The wisdom of providence is as much revealed in the rarity of genius, as in the circumstance that not everyone is deaf or blind. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
235:I believe that man is in the last resort so free a being that his right to be what he believes himself to be cannot be contested. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
236:It is almost everywhere the case that soon after it is begotten the greater part of human wisdom is laid to rest in repositories. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
237:The ordinary man is ruined by the flesh lusting against the spirit; the scholar by the spirit lusting too much against the flesh. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
238:To make astute people believe one is what one is not is, in most cases, harder than actually to become what one wishes to appear. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
239:What is called an acute knowledge of human nature is mostly nothing but the observer's own weaknesses reflected back from others. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
240:Actual aristocracy cannot be abolished by any law: all the law can do is decree how it is to be imparted and who is to acquire it. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
241:Delight at having understood a very abstract and obscure system leads most people to believe in the truth of what it demonstrates. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
242:The rules of grammar are mere human statutes, which is why when he speaks out of the possessed the Devil himself speaks bad Latin. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
243:Do not take too artificial a view of mankind but judge them from a natural standpoint, deeming them neither over good nor over bad. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
244:Popular presentation today is all too often that which puts the mob in a position to talk about something without understanding it. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
245:I would give something to know for whose sake precisely those deeds were really done which report says were done for the fatherland. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
246:With a pen in my hand I have successfully stormed bulwarks from which others armed with sword and excommunication have been repulsed. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
247:Be wary of passing the judgment: obscure. To find something obscure poses no difficult, elephants and poodles find many things obscure. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
248:Man is a masterpiece of creation, if only because no amount of determinism can prevent him from believing that he acts as a free being. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
249:The great rule: If the little bit you have is nothing special in itself, at least find a way of saying it that is a little bit special. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
250:To grow wiser means to learn to know better and better the faults to which this instrument with which we feel and judge can be subject. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
251:Cultivate that kind of knowledge which enables us to discover for ourselves in case of need that which others have to read or be told of. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
252:It is a great shame; most of our words are misused tools / which often still smell of the mud in which previous owners / desecrated them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
253:It is a great shame; most of our words are misused tools / which often still smell of the mud in which previous owners / desecrated them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
254:A man always writes absolutely well whenever he writes in his own manner, but the wigmaker who tries to write like Gellert ... writes badly. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
255:The fruits of philosophy are the important thing, not the philosophy itself. When we ask the time, we don't want to know how watches are made. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
256:The most perfect ape cannot draw an ape; only man can do that; but, likewise, only man regards the ability to do this as a sign of superiority. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
257:The pleasures of the imagination are as it were only drawings and models which are played with by poor people who cannot afford the real thing. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
258:We cannot remember too often that when we observe nature, and especially the ordering of nature, it is always ourselves alone we are observing. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
259:The highest level than can be reached by a mediocre but experienced mind is a talent for uncovering the weaknesses of those greater than itself. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
260:I am grateful that I am not as judgmental as all those censorious, self-righteous people around me. In each of us there is a little of all of us. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
261:One use of dreams is that, unprejudiced by our often forced and artificial reflections, they represent the impartial outcome of our entire being. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
262:You believe I run after the strange because I do not know the beautiful; no, it is because you do not know the beautiful that I seek the strange. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
263:If it is permissible to write plays that are not intended to be seen, I should like to see who can prevent me from writing a book no one can read. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
264:There exists a species of transcendental ventriloquism by means of which men can be made to believe that something said on earth comes from Heaven. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
265:Every man has his moral backside which he refrains from showing unless he has to and keeps covered as long as possible with the trousers of decorum. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
266:It is in the gift for employing all the vicissitudes of life to one's own advantage and to that of one's craft that a large part of genius consists. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
267:A clever child brought up with a foolish one can itself become foolish. Man is so perfectible and corruptible he can become a fool through good sense. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
268:Rational free spirits are the light brigade who go on ahead and reconnoiter the ground which the heavy brigade of the orthodox will eventually occupy. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
269:It is a question whether, when we break a murderer on the wheel, we do not fall into the error a child makes when it hits the chair it has bumped into. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
270:It is in most cases more difficult to make intelligent people believe that you are what you are not, than really to become what you would appear to be. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
271:The greatest things in the world are brought about by other things which we count as nothing: little causes we overlook but which at length accumulate. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
272:The world is a body common to all men, changes to it bring about a change in the souls of all men who are turned towards that part of it at that moment. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
273:If it is permissible to write plays that are not intended to be seen, I should like to see who can prevent me from writing a book no one can read. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg, [T5],
274:No people are more conceited than those who depict their own feelings, especially if they happen to have a little prose at their command for the occasion. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
275:Pain warns us not to exert our limbs to the point of breaking them. How much knowledge would we not need to recognize this by the exercise of mere reason. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
276:The girl who reveals herself heart and soul to her friend reveals the secrets of the entire sex; for every girl is the guardian of the feminine mysteries. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
277:What makes our poetry so contemptible nowadays is its paucity of ideas. If you want to be read, invent. Who the Devil wouldn't like to read something new? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
278:Pain warns us not to exert our limbs to the point of breaking them. How much knowledge would we not need to recognize this by the exercise of mere reason. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
279:The Greeks possessed a knowledge of human nature we seem hardly able to attain to without passing through the strengthening hibernation of a new barbarism. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
280:Man is a masterpiece of creation if for no other reason than that, all the weight of evidence for determinism notwithstanding, he believes he has free will. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
281:Man is a masterpiece of creation if for no other reason than that, all the weight of evidence for determinism notwithstanding, he believes he has free will. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
282:There is something in our minds like sunshine and the weather, which is not under our control. When I write, the best things come to me from I know not where. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
283:What is the good of drawing conclusions from experience? I don't deny we sometimes draw the right conclusions, but don't we just as often draw the wrong ones? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
284:Everyone who has ever written will have discovered that writing always awakens something which, though it lay within us, we failed clearly to recognize before. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
285:Everyone who has ever written will have discovered that writing always awakens something which, though it lay within us, we failed clearly to recognize before. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
286:There are people who possess not so much genius as a certain talent for perceiving the desires of the century, or even of the decade, before it has done so itself. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
287:Here take back the stuff that I am, nature, knead it back into the dough of being, make of me a bush, a cloud, whatever you will, even a man, only no longer make me. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
288:Perseverance can lend the appearance of dignity and grandeur to many actions, just as silence in company affords wisdom and apparent intelligence to a stupid person. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
289:We have to believe that everything has a cause, as the spider spins its web in order to catch flies. But it does this before it knows there are such things as flies. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
290:He who says he hates all kinds of flattery, and says so in earnest, has undoubtedly not as yet become acquainted with all kinds of it, whether in substance or in form. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
291:He was then in his fifty-fourth year, when even in the case of poets reason and passion begin to discuss a peace treaty and usually conclude it not very long afterwards. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
292:I forget most of what I read, just as I do most of what I have eaten, but I know that both contribute no less to the conservation of my mind and my body on that account. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
293:To receive applause for works which do not demand all our powers hinders our advance towards a perfecting of our spirit. It usually means that thereafter we stand still. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
294:It is we who are the measure of what is strange and miraculous: if we sought a universal measure the strange and miraculous would not occur and all things would be equal. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
295:I made the journey to knowledge like dogs who go for walks with their masters, a hundred times forward and backward over the same territory; and when I arrived I was tired. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
296:Many intelligent people, when about to write . . . , force on their minds a certain notion about style, just as they screw up their faces when they sit for their portraits. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
297:The "second sight" possessed by the Highlanders in Scotland is actually a foreknowledge of future events. I believe they possess this gift because they don't wear trousers. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
298:As I take up my pen I feel myself so full, so equal to my subject, and see my book so clearly before me in embryo, I would almost like to try to say it all in a single word. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
299:I made the journey to knowledge like dogs who go for walks with their masters, a hundred times forward and backward over the same territory; and when I arrived I was tired. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
300:Man is perhaps half mind and half matter in the same way as the polyp is half plant and half animal. The strangest creatures are always found on the border lines of species. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
301:One might call habit a moral friction: something that prevents the mind from gliding over things but connects it with them and makes it hard for it to free itself from them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
302:As I take up my pen I feel myself so full, so equal to my subject, and see my book so clearly before me in embryo, I would almost like to try to say it all in a single word. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
303:Man…who lives in three places – in the past, in the present, and in the future – can be unhappy if one of these three is worthless. Religion has even added a fourth – eternity. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
304:What concerns me alone I only think, what concerns my friends I tell them, what can be of interest to only a limited public I write, and what the world ought to know is printed. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
305:There is something in the character of every man which cannot be broken in--the skeleton of his character; and to try to alter this is like training a sheep for draught purposes. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
306:The excuses we make to ourselves when we want to do something are excellent material for soliloquies, for they are rarely made except when we are alone, and are very often made aloud. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
307:The motives that lead us to do anything might be arranged like the thirty-two winds and might be given names on the same pattern: for instance, "bread-bread-fame" or "fame-fame-bread." ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
308:I am confident of my ability to demonstrate that one can sometimes believe in something and yet not believe in it. Nothing is less fathomable than the systems that motivate our actions. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
309:It is a dangerous thing for the perfecting of our minds to gain applause by works that do not call forth the whole of our energies; for in that case one generally comes to a standstill. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
310:The most heated defenders of a science, who cannot endure the slightest sneer at it, are commonly those who have not made very much progress in it and are secretly aware of this defect. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
311:The motives that lead us to do anything might be arranged like the thirty-two winds and might be given names on the same pattern: for instance, "bread-bread-fame" or "fame-fame-bread." ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
312:Astronomy is perhaps the science whose discoveries owe least to chance, in which human understanding appears in its whole magnitude, and through which man can best learn how small he is. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
313:Reason now gazes above the realm of the dark but warm feelings as the Alpine peaks do above the clouds. They behold the sun more clearly and distinctly, but they are cold and unfruitful. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
314:All mathematical laws which we find in Nature are always suspect to me, in spite of their beauty. They give me no pleasure. They are merely auxiliaries. At close range it is all not true. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
315:All mathematical laws which we find in Nature are always suspect to me, in spite of their beauty. They give me no pleasure. They are merely auxiliaries. At close range it is all not true. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
316:People who have read a good deal rarely make great discoveries. I do not say this in excuse of laziness, but because invention presupposes an extensive independent contemplation of things. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
317:People who have read a good deal rarely make great discoveries. I do not say this in excuse of laziness, but because invention presupposes an extensive independent contemplation of things. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
318:Diogenes, filthily attired, paced across the splendid carpets in Plato's dwelling. Thus, said he, do I trample on the pride of Plato. Yes, Plato replied, but only with another kind of pride. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
319:When an acquaintance goes by I often step back from my window, not so much to spare him the effort of acknowledging me as to spare myself the embarrassment of seeing that he has not done so. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
320:Diogenes, filthily attired, paced across the splendid carpets in Plato's dwelling. Thus, said he, do I trample on the pride of Plato. Yes, Plato replied, but only with another kind of pride. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
321:It not seldom happens that in the purposeless rovings and wanderings of the imagination we hunt down such game as can be put to use by our purposeful philosophy in its well-ordered household. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
322:It not seldom happens that in the purposeless rovings and wanderings of the imagination we hunt down such game as can be put to use by our purposeful philosophy in its well-ordered household. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
323:Some people come by the name of genius in the same way that certain insects come by the name of centipede -- not because they have a hundred feet, but because most people can't count above 14. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
324:What I do not like about our definitions of genius is that there is in them nothing of the day of judgment, nothing of resounding through eternity and nothing of the footsteps of the Almighty. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
325:Just as we outgrow a pair of trousers, we outgrow acquaintances, libraries, principles, etc., at times before they're worn out and times - and this is the worst of all - before we have new ones. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
326:Good taste is either that which agrees with my taste or that which subjects itself to the rule of reason. From this we can see how useful it is to employ reason in seeking out the laws of taste. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
327:Just as we outgrow a pair of trousers, we outgrow acquaintances, libraries, principles, etc., at times before they're worn out and times - and this is the worst of all - before we have new ones. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
328:Just as the performance of the vilest and most wicked deeds requires spirit and talent, so even the greatest demand a certain insensitivity which under other circumstances we would call stupidity. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
329:To be content with life or to live merrily, rather all that is required is that we bestow on all things only a fleeting, superficial glance; the more thoughtful we become the more earnest we grow. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
330:Do not judge God's world from your own. Trim your own hedge as you wish and plant your flowers in the patterns you can understand, but do not judge the garden of nature from your little window box. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
331:There is no more important rule of conduct in the world than this: attach yourself as much as you can to people who are abler than you and yet not so very different that you cannot understand them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
332:Do not judge God's world from your own. Trim your own hedge as you wish and plant your flowers in the patterns you can understand, but do not judge the garden of nature from your little window box. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
333:There is no more important rule of conduct in the world than this: attach yourself as much as you can to people who are abler than you and yet not so very different that you cannot understand them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
334:The writer who cannot sometimes throw away a thought about which another man would have written dissertations, without worry whether or not the reader will find it, will never become a great writer. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
335:In mathematical analysis we call x the undetermined part of line a: the rest we don't call y, as we do in common life, but a-x. Hence mathematical language has great advantages over the common language. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
336:It is said that truth comes from the mouths of fools and children: I wish every good mind which feels an inclination for satire would reflect that the finest satirist always has something of both in him. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
337:It is hardly to be believed how spiritual reflections when mixed with a little physics can hold people's attention and give them a livelier idea of God than do the often ill-applied examples of his wrath. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
338:The fear of death which is imprinted in men is at the same time a great expedient Heaven employs to hinder them from many misdeeds: many things are left undone for fear of imperiling one's life or health. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
339:One of the greatest and also the commonest of faults is for men to believe that, because they never hear their shortcomings spoken of, or read about them in cold print, others can have no knowledge of them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
340:The greatest events occur without intention playing any part in them; chance makes good mistakes and undoes the most carefully planned undertaking. The world's greatest events are not produced, they happen. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
341:If we make a couple of discoveries here and there we need not believe things will go on like this for ever. Just as we hit water when we dig in the earth, so we discover the incomprehensible sooner or later. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
342:Prejudices are so to speak the mechanical instincts of men: through their prejudices they do without any effort many things they would find too difficult to think through to the point of resolving to do them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
343:A good method of discovery is to imagine certain members of a system removed and then see how what is left would behave: for example, where would we be if iron were absent from the world: this is an old example. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
344:Human pride is a strange thing; it cannot easily be suppressed, and if you stop up hole A will peep forth again in a twinkling from another hole B, and if this is closed it is ready to come out at hole C, and so on. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
345:We judge nothing so hastily as character, and yet there is nothing over which we should be more cautious.... I have always found that the so-called bad people improve on closer acquaintance, while the good fall off. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
346:Cautiousness in judgment is nowadays to be recommended to each and every one: if we gained only one incontestable truth every ten years from each of our philosophical writers the harvest we reaped would be sufficient. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
347:We can see nothing whatever of the soul unless it is visible in the expression of the countenance; one might call the faces at a large assembly of people a history of the human soul written in a kind of Chinese ideograms. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
348:First there is a time when we believe everything, then for a little while we believe with discrimination, then we believe nothing whatever, and then we believe everything again - and, moreover, give reasons why we believe. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
349:It is astonishing how much the word infinitely is misused: everything is infinitely more beautiful, infinitely better, etc. The concept must have something pleasing about it, or its misuse could not have become so general. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
350:First there is a time when we believe everything, then for a little while we believe with discrimination, then we believe nothing whatever, and then we believe everything again - and, moreover, give reasons why we believe. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
351:It is astonishing how much the word infinitely is misused: everything is infinitely more beautiful, infinitely better, etc. The concept must have something pleasing about it, or its misuse could not have become so general. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
352:It is certainly not a matter of indifference whether I learn something without effort or finally arrive at it myself through my system of thought. In the latter case everything has roots, in the former it is merely superficial. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
353:The journalists have constructed for themselves a little wooden chapel, which they also call the Temple of Fame, in which they put up and take down portraits all day long and make such a hammering you can't hear yourself speak. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
354:So-called professional mathematicians have, in their reliance on the relative incapacity of the rest of mankind, acquired for themselves a reputation for profundity very similar to the reputation for sanctity possessed by theologians. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
355:People nowadays have such high hopes of America and the political conditions obtaining there that one might say the desires, at least the secret desires, of all enlightened Europeans are deflected to the west, like our magnetic needles. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
356:If it were true what in the end would be gained? Nothing but another truth. Is this such a mighty advantage? We have enough old truths still to digest, and even these we would be quite unable to endure if we did not sometimes flavor them with lies. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
357:To live when you do not want to is dreadful, but it would be even more terrible to be immortal when you did not want to be. As things are, however, the whole ghastly burden is suspended from me by a thread which I can cut in two with a penny-knife. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
358:A writer who wishes to be read by posterity must not be averse to putting hints which might give rise to whole books, or ideas for learned discussions, in some corner of a chapter so that one should think he can afford to throw them away by the thousand. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
359:A writer who wishes to be read by posterity must not be averse to putting hints which might give rise to whole books, or ideas for learned discussions, in some corner of a chapter so that one should think he can afford to throw them away by the thousand. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
360:People often become scholars for the same reason they become soldiers: simply because they are unfit for any other station. Their right hand has to earn them a livelihood; one might say they lie down like bears in winter and seek sustenance from their paws. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
361:There are two ways of extending life: firstly by moving the two points "born" and "died" farther away from one another. The other method is to go more slowly and leave the two points wherever God wills they should be, and this method is for the philosophers. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
362:As the few adepts in such things well know, universal morality is to be found in little everyday penny-events just as much as in great ones. There is so much goodness and ingenuity in a raindrop that an apothecary wouldn't let it go for less than half-a-crown. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
363:We often have need of a profound philosophy to restore to our feelings their original state of innocence, to find our way out of the rubble of things alien to us, to begin to feel for ourselves and to speak ourselves, and I might almost say to exist ourselves. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
364:Food probably has a very great influence on the condition of men. Wine exercises a more visible influence, food does it more slowly but perhaps just as surely. Who knows if a well-prepared soup was not responsible for the pneumatic pump or a poor one for a war? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
365:Superstition originates among ordinary people in the early and all too zealous instruction they receive in religion: they hear of mysteries, miracles, deeds of the Devil, and consider it very probable that things of this sort could occur in everything anywhere. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
366:The lower classes of men, though they do not think it worthwhile to record what they perceive, nevertheless perceive everything that is worth noting; the difference between them and a man of learning often consists in nothing more than the latter's facility for expression. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
367:To see every day how people get the name 'genius' just as the wood-lice in the cellar the name 'millipede'-not because they have that many feet, but because most people don't want to count to 14-this has had the result that I don't believe anyone any more without checking. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
368:There can hardly be a stranger commodity in the world than books. Printed by people who don't understand them; sold by people who don't understand them; bound, criticized and read by people who don't understand them; and now even written by people who don't understand them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
369:I have often noticed that when people come to understand a mathematical proposition in some other way than that of the ordinary demonstration, they promptly say, "Oh, I see. That's how it must be." This is a sign that they explain it to themselves from within their own system. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
370:The great trick of regarding small departures from the truth as the truth itself - on which is founded the entire integral calculus - is also the basis of our witty speculations, where the whole thing would often collapse if we considered the departures with philosophical rigour. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
371:Those who have racked their brains to discover new proofs have perhaps been induced to do so by a compulsion they could not quite explain to themselves. Instead of giving us their new proofs they should have explained to us the motivation that constrained them to search for them. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
372:One is rarely an impulsive innovator after the age of sixty, but one can still be a very fine orderly and inventive thinker. One rarely procreates children at that age, but one is all the more skilled at educating those who have already been procreated, and education is procreation of another kind. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
373:There were honest people long before there were Christians and there are, God be praised, still honest people where there are no Christians. It could therefore easily be possible that people are Christians because true Christianity corresponds to what they would have been even if Christianity did not exist. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
374:Before one blames, one should always find out whether one cannot excuse. To discover little faults has been always the particularity of such brains that are a little or not at all above the average. The superior ones keep quiet or say something against the whole and the great minds transform without blaming. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
375:There are people who believe everything is sane and sensible that is done with a solemn face. ... It is no great art to say something briefly when, like Tacitus, one has something to say; when one has nothing to say, however, and none the less writes a whole book and makes truth ... into a liar - that I call an achievement. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
376:I ceased in the year 1764 to believe that one can convince one’s opponents with arguments printed in books. It is not to do that, therefore, that I have taken up my pen, but merely so as to annoy them, and to bestow strength and courage on those on our own side, and to make it known to the others that they have not convinced us. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
377:The natural scientists of the previous age knew less than we do and believed they were very close to the goal: we have taken very great steps in its direction and now discover we are still very far away from it. With the most rational philosophers an increase in their knowledge is always attended by an increased conviction of their ignorance. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
378:There are many who believe that 'Marriage is not a word - it is a sentence!' Whether you are indeed 'married' or if you are 'single', I am sure that funny quotes on weddings and marriages always tend to put a wicked smile to the face. It is often said that 'People who are married are often desperate to get out of it and people who are single can't wait to get in!' ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
379:Do we write books so that they shall merely be read? Don't we also write them for employment in the household? For one that is read from start to finish, thousands are leafed through, other thousands lie motionless, others are jammed against mouseholes, thrown at rats, others are stood on, sat on, drummed on, have gingerbread baked on them or are used to light pipes. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
380:One cannot demand of a scholar that he show himself a scholar everywhere in society, but the whole tenor of his behavior must none the less betray the thinker, he must always be instructive, his way of judging a thing must even in the smallest matters be such that people can see what it will amount to when, quietly and self-collected, he puts this power to scholarly use. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
381:One cannot demand of a scholar that he show himself a scholar everywhere in society, but the whole tenor of his behavior must none the less betray the thinker, he must always be instructive, his way of judging a thing must even in the smallest matters be such that people can see what it will amount to when, quietly and self-collected, he puts this power to scholarly use. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,
382:The more experiences and experiments accumulate in the exploration of nature, the more precarious the theories become. But it is not always good to discard them immediately on this account. For every hypothesis which once was sound was useful for thinking of previous phenomena in the proper interrelations and for keeping them in context. We ought to set down contradictory experiences separately, until enough have accumulated to make building a new structure worthwhile. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
383:We now possess four principles of morality: 1) a philosophical: do good for its own sake, out of respect for the law; 2) a religious: do good because it is God's will, out of love of God; 3) a human: do good because it will promote your happiness, out of self-love; 4) a political: do good because it will promote the welfare of the society of which you are a part, out of love of society having regard to yourself. But is this not all one single principle, only viewed from different sides? ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
384:If nature be regarded as the teacher and we poor human beings as her pupils, the human race presents a very curious picture. We all sit together at a lecture and possess the necessary principles for understanding it, yet we always pay more attention to the chatter of our fellow students than to the lecturer's discourse. Or, if our neighbor copies something down, we sneak it from him, stealing what he himself may have heard imperfectly, and add it to our own errors of spelling and opinion. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
385:It thunders, howls, roars, hisses, whistles, blusters, hums, growls, rumbles, squeaks, groans, sings, crackles, cracks, rattles, flickers, clicks, snarls, tumbles, whimpers, whines, rustles, murmurs, crashes, clucks, to gurgle, tinkles, blows, snores, claps, to lisp, to cough, it boils, to scream, to weep, to sob, to croak, to stutter, to lisp, to coo, to breathe, to clash, to bleat, to neigh, to grumble, to scrape, to bubble. These words, and others like them, which express sounds are more than mere symbols: they are a kind of hieroglyphics for the ear. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg
386:It thunders, howls, roars, hisses, whistles, blusters, hums, growls, rumbles, squeaks, groans, sings, crackles, cracks, rattles, flickers, clicks, snarls, tumbles, whimpers, whines, rustles, murmurs, crashes, clucks, to gurgle, tinkles, blows, snores, claps, to lisp, to cough, it boils, to scream, to weep, to sob, to croak, to stutter, to lisp, to coo, to breathe, to clash, to bleat, to neigh, to grumble, to scrape, to bubble. These words, and others like them, which express sounds are more than mere symbols: they are a kind of hieroglyphics for the ear. ~ Georg C Lichtenberg,

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Duel Masters -- -- Studio Hibari -- 26 eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Comedy Shounen -- Duel Masters Duel Masters -- The world of Duel Masters is one of five great civilizations. Through a card game, duelists can bring these worlds into existence, making what was previously abstract into reality. These skilled duelists are known as Kaijudo masters. -- -- Shobu Kirifuda is the best player at his local playground, and seeks to become a world-class master like his father. His first step on the road to conquest begins with winning a local tournament. Rather, it should have, except he is destroyed by the best Kaijudo master in the world, Knight. Shobu loses, but upon remembering the words of wisdom his father instilled into him, decides to continue on the road of becoming a duelist who can enjoy the game for what it is. And so begins his journey to victory-and as we all know, the journey is the most important part! -- -- Licensor: -- Hasbro -- TV - Oct 21, 2002 -- 20,207 5.84
Duel Masters -- -- Studio Hibari -- 26 eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Comedy Shounen -- Duel Masters Duel Masters -- The world of Duel Masters is one of five great civilizations. Through a card game, duelists can bring these worlds into existence, making what was previously abstract into reality. These skilled duelists are known as Kaijudo masters. -- -- Shobu Kirifuda is the best player at his local playground, and seeks to become a world-class master like his father. His first step on the road to conquest begins with winning a local tournament. Rather, it should have, except he is destroyed by the best Kaijudo master in the world, Knight. Shobu loses, but upon remembering the words of wisdom his father instilled into him, decides to continue on the road of becoming a duelist who can enjoy the game for what it is. And so begins his journey to victory-and as we all know, the journey is the most important part! -- TV - Oct 21, 2002 -- 20,207 5.84
Glass no Hana to Kowasu Sekai -- -- A-1 Pictures -- 1 ep -- Original -- Sci-Fi -- Glass no Hana to Kowasu Sekai Glass no Hana to Kowasu Sekai -- A floating space without gravity where an infinite number of lights shine in different colors: The "Box of Wisdom." Inside of this box, there are multiple worlds, multiple timelines, and there used to be many different people. This is where Dual and Dorothy were fighting with enemies called "Viruses." Worlds infected by viruses must be erased. That is the duty, the job of these girls. However, one day, Dual and Dorothy feel the presence of a new Virus. Arriving at the scene, they see a girl being attacked by Viruses. After saving the girl, the duo wait for her to awaken so they can ask who she is, where she came from, and where she is going. Finally, when the girl opened her eyes, she gave her name, Rimo, and whispered only one sentence... "I must return to the flower patch..." -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Ponycan USA -- Movie - Jan 9, 2016 -- 28,224 6.72
Heion Sedai no Idaten-tachi -- -- MAPPA -- ? eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Demons Fantasy Seinen -- Heion Sedai no Idaten-tachi Heion Sedai no Idaten-tachi -- It has been 800 years since the battle gods "Idaten", who boast overwhelming speed and strength, contained the "demons" who led the world to ruin after a fierce battle. "That battle" is now just an old tale in a distant myth. While the "peaceful generation of the gods," who have never fought since they were born, are out of peace, someone has revived the demons from a long sleep! Bring armed forces, wisdom, politics, conspiracy, whatever you can use! No-rule & no-limit three-way battle royale is about to begin!!! -- -- (Source: MAL News) -- 17,814 N/A -- -- Mai-Otome Zwei -- -- Sunrise -- 4 eps -- Original -- Action Magic -- Mai-Otome Zwei Mai-Otome Zwei -- My-Otome Zwei takes place one year after the events of My-Otome. Arika is now a full-fledged Otome (though still under the tutelage of Miss Maria) and Nagi is incarcerated in a prison somewhere in Aries. The various nations are at peace with one another and plan to hold S.O.L.T. (Strategic Otome Limitation Talks) to discuss limiting the numbers of Otome. -- -- A mission to destroy a meteor threatening to collide with Earl sets into motion a chain of events which result in a mysterious shadowy figure attacking Garderobe and several Otome as well as a new, more powerful version of Slave appearing across the planet. To make matters worse, Queen Mashiro disappears following an argument with Arika. The series follows Arika's search for Mashiro as well as Garderobe's attempts to uncover the truth behind the shadowy figure. -- -- (Source: Wikipedia) -- -- Licensor: -- Bandai Entertainment, Funimation -- OVA - Nov 24, 2006 -- 17,772 7.27
Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san 2 -- -- Shin-Ei Animation -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Romance School Shounen -- Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san 2 Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san 2 -- Even after spending a considerable amount of time with Takagi, Nishikata is still struggling to find a perfect plan to defeat the expert teaser. A battle of wits, a contest of physical prowess, a test of courage—any strategy he employs to expose her weaknesses is to no avail. On the contrary, Nishikata's pitiful attempts only reveal more of his own flaws, which Takagi takes advantage of to become increasingly daring in her teasing attempts. To make things worse for Nishikata, rumors about him and Takagi may have spread in class due to the frequent interactions between them. -- -- However, the optimistic Nishikata believes that wisdom comes with age and that as the days go by, his experience with her constant teasing will eventually bear fruit, leading him to the awaited moment of victory. Thus, Nishikata continues to strive for the seemingly impossible—to outsmart Takagi and make her blush with embarrassment. -- -- 197,501 8.13
Kyokou Suiri -- -- Brain's Base -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Mystery Demons Supernatural Romance Shounen -- Kyokou Suiri Kyokou Suiri -- Hidden in plain sight, spirits known as youkai inhabit the world. While most are benign, a certain subset threatens the tenuous peace between youkai and humanity. Ever since she agreed to become their "God of Wisdom," Kotoko Iwanaga has served as a mediator between the two realms, resolving any supernatural problems that come her way. -- -- At a local hospital, Kotoko approaches Kurou Sakuragawa, a university student whose long-term relationship ended with an unfortunate breakup. Kotoko harbors feelings for him and suspects that something supernatural lurks within his harmless appearance, so she asks Kurou for his assistance in helping out youkai. -- -- Two years later, news of an idol who was accidentally crushed to death by steel beams flooded the press. However, months later, sightings begin to tell of a faceless woman who wields a steel beam. As is the case for any supernatural problem, Kotoko and her partner set out to stop this spirit from wreaking havoc—but this case may prove to be far more sinister and personal than they could have ever thought. -- -- 284,310 6.94
Lord of Vermilion: Guren no Ou -- -- Asread, Tear Studio -- 12 eps -- Game -- Action Fantasy -- Lord of Vermilion: Guren no Ou Lord of Vermilion: Guren no Ou -- Set in Tokyo, it's January 29, 2030. High-frequency resonance is observed in the vicinity of Tokyo, and the red fog rolls into the city. Those who hear the sound, humans and animals alike, pass out, losing consciousness. Everything shuts down in Tokyo, believing that the fog is carrying an unknown virus that causes an epidemic. However, six days later, after the incident, people wake up as if nothing happened. After that, Tokyo's sealed-off city sections gradually return to normal. However, since the high-frequency resonance, some "bizarre events" start to happen, and people find themselves being pulled deeper into more mysteries. Meanwhile, young people start to become aware of themselves and release their power hidden in their blood, discovering themselves as "vessel of wisdom blood." Together, being led by something unknown, they meet, communicate, and face the unavoidable circle of fate, sacrificing their own lives. -- -- (Source: MAL News) -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 35,503 5.34
Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry -- -- Nexus, SILVER LINK. -- 12 eps -- Light novel -- Action Romance Ecchi Fantasy School -- Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry -- There exist few humans in this world with the ability to manipulate their souls to form powerful weapons. Dubbed "Blazers," these people study and train at the prestigious Hagun Academy to become Mage-Knights; among the students is so-called failure Ikki Kurogane, the sole F-rated Blazer. However, when the worst student in the academy sees Stella Vermillion, an A-ranked Blazer who also happens to be a princess, naked, she challenges him to a duel with dire stakes—the loser becomes the slave of the winner. There’s no possible way that Stella can lose, right? -- -- Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry follows the story of Ikki as he tries to prove his strength to a world that believes him to be the weakest, all the while gaining new friends, wisdom, and experience. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 680,772 7.51
Saint Seiya -- -- Toei Animation -- 114 eps -- Manga -- Adventure Fantasy Sci-Fi Shounen -- Saint Seiya Saint Seiya -- In ancient times, a group of young men devoted their lives to protecting Athena, the Goddess of Wisdom and War. These men were capable of fighting without weapons—a swing of their fist alone was powerful enough to rip the very sky apart and shatter the earth beneath them. These brave heroes became known as Saints, as they could summon up the power of the Cosmos from within themselves. -- -- Now, in present day, a new generation of Saints is about to come forth. The young and spirited Seiya is fighting a tough battle for the Sacred Armor of Pegasus, and he isn't about to let anyone get in the way of him and his prize. Six years of hard work and training pay off with his victory and new title as one of Athena's Saints. -- -- But Seiya's endeavor doesn't end there. In fact, plenty of perils and dangerous enemies face him and the rest of the Saints throughout the series. What new quests await the heroes of the epic Saint Seiya saga? -- -- Licensor: -- ADV Films, DiC Entertainment, Flatiron Film Company -- TV - Oct 11, 1986 -- 149,298 7.76
Saint Seiya -- -- Toei Animation -- 114 eps -- Manga -- Adventure Fantasy Sci-Fi Shounen -- Saint Seiya Saint Seiya -- In ancient times, a group of young men devoted their lives to protecting Athena, the Goddess of Wisdom and War. These men were capable of fighting without weapons—a swing of their fist alone was powerful enough to rip the very sky apart and shatter the earth beneath them. These brave heroes became known as Saints, as they could summon up the power of the Cosmos from within themselves. -- -- Now, in present day, a new generation of Saints is about to come forth. The young and spirited Seiya is fighting a tough battle for the Sacred Armor of Pegasus, and he isn't about to let anyone get in the way of him and his prize. Six years of hard work and training pay off with his victory and new title as one of Athena's Saints. -- -- But Seiya's endeavor doesn't end there. In fact, plenty of perils and dangerous enemies face him and the rest of the Saints throughout the series. What new quests await the heroes of the epic Saint Seiya saga? -- TV - Oct 11, 1986 -- 149,298 7.76
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