„Science is a philosophy of discovery. Intelligent design is a philosophy of ignorance.“

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—  Martin Heidegger German philosopher 1889 - 1976
Context: Making itself intelligible is suicide for philosophy. Those who idolize "facts" never notice that their idols only shine in a borrowed light. Context: Those in the crossing must in the end know what is mistaken by all urging for intelligibility: that every thinking of being, all philosophy, can never be confirmed by "facts," ie, by beings. Making itself intelligible is suicide for philosophy. Those who idolize "facts" never notice that their idols only shine in a borrowed light. They are also meant not to notice this; for thereupon they would have to be at a loss and therefore useless. But idolizers and idols are used wherever gods are in flight and so announce their nearness. Contributions to Philosophy (From Enowning) [Beitrage Zur Philosophie (Vom Ereignis)], notes of 1936–1938, as translated by Parvis Emad and Kenneth Maly (1989)

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„Philosophy is not a system of propositions, and not a science.“

—  Moritz Schlick German philosopher 1882 - 1936
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„Philosophy is the science of estimating values.“

—  Manly P. Hall Canadian writer and mystic 1901 - 1990
Context: Philosophy is the science of estimating values. The superiority of any state or substance over another is determined by philosophy. By assigning a position of primary importance to what remains when all that is secondary has been removed, philosophy thus becomes the true index of priority or emphasis in the realm of speculative thought. Introduction, p. 4

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„Induction is the glory of science and the scandal of philosophy.“

—  C. D. Broad English philosopher 1887 - 1971
Broad, C.D. (1926). The philosophy of Francis Bacon: An address delivered at Cambridge on the occasion of the Bacon tercentenary, 5 October, 1926. Cambridge: University Press, p. 67. The quotation is a paraphrase of the concluding sentence in the monograph: May we venture to hope that when Bacon's next centenary is celebrated the great work which he set going will be completed; and that Inductive Reasoning, which has long been the glory of Science, will have ceased to be the scandal of Philosophy?

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„Almost the whole of Greek science and philosophy begins with Thales.“

—  Thomas Little Heath British civil servant and academic 1861 - 1940
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„Philosophy is the art of saying something incredibly stupid and making it sound incredibly intelligent.“

—  Piero Scaruffi Italian writer 1955
Piero Scaruffi quotes (as selected by his readers) http://www.scaruffi.com/quotes.html

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„The chief business of seventeenth-century philosophy was to reckon with seventeenth-century science... the chief business of twentieth-century philosophy is to reckon with twentieth-century history.“

—  R. G. Collingwood British historian and philosopher 1889 - 1943
R. G. Collingwood (1937), as cited in: Patrick Suppes (1973), Logic, methodology and philosophy of science: Proceedings.

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