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There is only one good, knowledge, and one evil, ignorance.
Socrates (470 BC-399 BC) Greek philosopher.
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What the superior man seeks is in himself; what the small man seeks is in others.
Confucius (551 BC-479 BC) Chinese philosopher.
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Nature has given us the seeds of knowledge, not the knowledge itself.
Seneca (4 BC-65) Latin philosopher.
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Truth triumphs by itself, lies always require complicity.
Epictetus of Frigia (55-135) Greco-latin philosopher.
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The superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in his actions.
Confucius (551 BC-478 BC) Chinese philosopher.
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True wisdom begins in recognizing one's own ignorance.
Socrates (470 BC-399 BC) Greek philosopher.
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To know that one does not know, this is humility. To think that one knows that which one does not know, that is sickness.
Lao Tzu (570 BC-490 BC). Chinese philosopher.
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The fool who recognizes his foolishness is a wiseman. But a fool who believes himself wise is, in truth, a fool.
Buddha (563 BC-486 BC) Founder of Buddhism.
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We must have the courage to tell the truth, especially when speaking of the truth.
Plato (427 BC-347 BC). Greek philosopher.
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He who adds nothing to his knowledge, diminishes it.
Talmud (Sacred book of the Jewish people).
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If wisdom were offered me with this restriction, that I should keep it close and not communicate it, I would refuse the gift.
Seneca (2 BC-65) Latin philosopher
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Those who do not want to be conquered by the truth are conquered by error.
Saint Augustine (354-430). Christian mystic and thinker.
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Only the finest scholars and most complete fools, are incomprehensible.
Confucius (551 BC-478 BC) Chinese philosopher.
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To know more than others is easy. What is difficult is to know something better than others.
Seneca (2 BC-65) Latin philosopher.
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The truth that hurts is better than a lie that brings happiness.
Arab proverb.


There is a universal knowledge, unique and timeless, shared by all the major peoples that have existed before us, and whose essence was
know himself ...

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Dear investigator friend, AGEAC welcomes you to the Hindustani Gnyana, to the Greek Sophia, to the millenary Knowledge that the Great Cultures of the past possessed...

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Psychoanalytic Anthropology represents
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Practical life as a school
is formidable, but to
consider it as an end
in itself is manifestly absurd.

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