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Critical thinking Quotes
What follows are various critical thinking quotes to help lighten the mode but also to offer insight and encouragement.
There are many quotes on critical thinking and quotes about critical thinking available elsewhere. Here I hope these critical thinking quotations help you in your quest to boost your critical thinking and/or provide a few moments of wisdom and insight into life.
I hope you enjoy them and benefit from them.
Critical thinking Quotations
To be a success you need friends. To be very successful you need enemies. Anon
Broken china lasts longer than unbroken. Jules Renard
It is far more difficult to talk about a thing than to do it. Oscar Wilde
The ear says more than any tongue. W. S. Graham
A real secret is something which only one person knows. Idries Shah
Science can only ascertain what is, but not what should be. Albert Einstein
If anything can go wrong it will. Captain Ed Murphy
Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body. Sir Richard Steele
As long as the answer is right, who cares of the question is wrong? Norton Juster
You cannot set yourself a riddle. Friedrich Hebbel
If you tell the truth you don't have to remember anything. Mark Twain
Nothing can come of nothing. Shakespeare
Our thinking should have a vigorous fragrance, like a wheat field on a summer's night. Nietzsche
Our most important thoughts are those which contradict our emotions. Paul Valery
From my notebooks:
The following are taken from my notebooks. They will I hope complement the quotations given above as well as reveal a little more about my life and my thinking about life.
Some are idle thoughts and comments on life and the life we lead. Others could one day be developed further into articles or reports. I feel that they are related to the 'critical thinking quotes' theme.
Critical thinking quotes - from my notebooks
Is trust always impulsive?
Beware of anybody who appears to always know best.
Do you think a good game or do you play one, too?
Have you been left in custody of life's riddles?
Learn to rely on your judgment and instincts. Fall back on other pointers as required. Remember that you do know best.
Is there an exception that proves every rule?
Always seek a simple solution to a problem. For why would you unnecessarily complicate something you need to solve? What gain to you is that?
Don't be too scathing about someone else lest you reveal more about your own state of mind.
Can you love something, someone a place or activity, yet dislike it, too?
Is it a case of what you think you want rather than what is right for you?
Make the most of your thinking; just don't go overboard with it.
Believe in yourself if you (think you) know the answer.
I hope you have enjoyed this 'critical thinking quotes' page, and enjoy the rest of the website. Martin