Overflight, 2

“Sapere Aude. (Have the courage to know, author’s note)”
Latin Proverb, from la.wikiquote.org

“Consider ye the seed from which ye sprang:
Ye were not made to live like unto brutes,
But for pursuit of virtue and of knowledge.”
Dante Alighieri

“On the subject of learning itself, the first datum to learn and the primary obstacle to overcome is: You cannot study a subject if you think you know all about it to begin with.
A student who thinks he knows all there is to know about a subject will not be able to learn anything in it. …
This is true for a student of any subject.
If one can decide that he does not already know everything about a subject and can say to himself, ‘Here is something to study, let’s study it,’ he can overcome this obstacle and be able to learn.”
“All the answers are basically simple.”
“The REAL WHY opens the door to a solution.”
L. Ron Hubbard

“It is well enough that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system for, if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”
Henry Ford, as quoted in: Jim Marrs, Rule by Secrecy

“I have reached the conclusion that everything I’ve been taught about economics at the university by the experts in the field proved itself to be … totally false!”
F. D. Roosevelt, confidentially to Sir Halifax on 10 august 1941 during the Atlantic Round, re−translated as quoted in nandoioppolo.org,

“The purpose of studying economics is not to acquire a set of ready−made answers to economic questions, but to learn how to avoid being deceived by economists.”
Joan Robinson, from en.wikiquote.org