Lack Of Knowledge Quotes

Lack Of Knowledge Quotes by Russell Simmons, Roger Ross Williams, Gene Tunney, George Reisman, Frederick Lenz, Avicenna and many others.

Poverty and lack of knowledge must be challenged.

Poverty and lack of knowledge must be challenged.
Russell Simmons
Zwarte Piet, or ‘Black Pete,’ is a relic from slavery. It is something that should have long been eliminated, and it’s very insulting to black Dutch people. It’s shocking to me that it still exists, but I think it’s about the lack of knowledge and education regarding the roots of the character in the slave trade.
Roger Ross Williams
I’ve seen Dempsey fight and I was impressed with his lack of knowledge.
Gene Tunney
Whoever claims that economic competition represents survival of the fittest in the sense of the law of the jungle, provides the clearest possible evidence of his lack of knowledge of economics.
George Reisman
The imbalance I speak of in the world, which we see manifested in wars, violence, poverty and other depressed social conditions stems from a lack of knowledge.
Frederick Lenz
There are no incurable diseases — only the lack of will. There are no worthless herbs — only the lack of knowledge.
Fools despise wisdom and instruction.
You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you mad.
Aldous Huxley
How can smart women be so stupid about men sometimes? Lack of knowledge. It’s what men have kept secret for so long.
Steve Harvey
The main obstacle to our development is our lack of knowledge about the nature of consciousness itself.
David Hawkins
Nothing in nature is by chance… Something appears to be chance only because of our lack of knowledge.
Baruch Spinoza
There cannot be many people who can go through life without regretting sooner or later a lack of knowledge about horses.
Muriel Wace
The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.
The inability to forgive, that is the lack of compassion, is really nothing more than lack of knowledge.
Ron Smothermon
Lack of knowledge is the
source of all pains and sorrows whether dormant, attenuated, interrupted
or fully active.
B.K.S. Iyengar
A lack of knowledge creates fear. Seeking knowledge creates courage.
Candice Swanepoel
Ignorance is not a simple lack of knowledge but an active aversion to knowledge, the refusal to know, issuing from cowardice, pride, or laziness of mind.
Karl Popper