Search For Knowledge Quotes

Search For Knowledge Quotes by Bertrand Russell, Arthur C. Clarke, Janet Asimov, Michael Scott, Erwin Schrodinger, Fatema Mernissi and many others.

Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have

Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my life: the longing for love, the search for knowledge, and unbearable pity for the suffering of mankind.
Bertrand Russell
The creation of wealth is certainly not to be despised, but in the long run the only human activities really worthwhile are the search for knowledge, and the creation of beauty. This is beyond argument, the only point of debate is which comes first.
Arthur C. Clarke
There is joy in the search for knowledge about the universe in all its manifestations.
Janet Asimov
Dee’s search for knowledge was always his greatest strength… and his weakness.
Michael Scott
In an honest search forВ knowledge, you quite often have to abide by ignorance for an indefinite period.
Erwin Schrodinger
The most precious gift God gave humans is reason. Its best use is the search for knowledge. To know the human environment, to know the earth and galaxies, is to know God. Knowledge (science) is the best form of prayer.
Fatema Mernissi
Knowledge can be heady stuff, but it easily leads to an excess of zeal! — to illusions of grandeur and a desire to impress others and achieve eminence . . . Our search for knowledge should be ceaseless, which means that it is open-ended, never resting on laurels, degrees, or past achievements.
Hugh Nibley
My mother taught me three things, respect, knowledge-search for knowledge, it’s an eternal journey. That’s like my hair-cut, the line, 360 degrees, find knowledge always. And she taught me to not be quiet, if there’s something on my mind speak it. But also to listen.
Tupac Shakur
My mother taught me three things: respect, knowledge, search for knowledge. It’s an eternal journey.
Tupac Shakur
Human culture has always had to exist under the shadow of something infinitely more important than itself. If men had postponed the search for knowledge and beauty until they were secure, the search would never have begun.
C. S. Lewis
Science is best defined as a careful, disciplined, logical search for knowledge about any and all aspects of the universe, obtained by examination of the best available evidence and always subject to correction and improvement upon discovery of better evidence. What’s left is magic. And it doesn’t work.
James Randi