„Ask and you shall receive" is the rule, but you must learn how to ask and how to receive“

—  Gary Zukav

Última atualização 7 de Maio de 2019. História

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„You must learn to think one octave higher. Only then will you learn how implosion energy works.“

—  Viktor Schauberger austrian philosopher and inventor 1885 - 1958

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„You must learn how to marry and live a married life.“

—  C. Rajagopalachari Political leader 1878 - 1972

Rajagopalachari, quoted in: Shiri Ram Bakshi (1990) C. Rajagopalachari, p. 160
Contexto: You must learn how to marry and live a married life. That is true Home Science. Home is made by ma-ried people and children and the science deals with that subject. Please remember that Home Science is not preparation for a profession or a trade; but it is preparation for marriage.

„In the development of intelligence nothing can be more "basic" than learning how to ask productive questions.“

—  Neil Postman American writer and academic 1931 - 2003

Language Education in a Knowledge Context (1980)
Contexto: In the development of intelligence nothing can be more "basic" than learning how to ask productive questions. Many years ago, in Teaching as a Subversive Activity, Charles Weingartner and I expressed our astonishment at the neglect shown in school toward this language art.... The "back to the basics" philosophers rarely mention it, and practicing teachers usually do not find room for it in their curriculums. …all our knowledge results from questions, which is another way of saying that question-asking is our most important intellectual tool… There are at present no reading tests anywhere that measure the ability of students to address probing questions to the particular texts they are reading... What students need to know are the rules of discourse which comprise the subject, and among the most central of such rules are those which govern what is and what is not a legitimate question.

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„Being asked what learning is the most necessary, he replied, "How to get rid of having anything to unlearn."“

—  Antisthenes Greek philosopher -444 - -365 a.C.

§ 7
From Lives and Opinions of the Eminent Philosophers by Diogenes Laërtius
Original: (el) ἐρωτηθεὶς τί τῶν μαθημάτων ἀναγκαιότατον, “τὸ περιαιρεῖν,” ἔφη, “τὸ ἀπομανθάνειν.”

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„The real leap is learning to receive, which is as difficult as learning to give.“

—  Alejandro Jodorowsky Filmmaker and comics writer 1929

Psychomagic: The Transformative Power of Shamanic Psychotherapy (2010)
Contexto: To transform oneself one must give, but to transform oneself one must also learn. One closes oneself off and does not admit love from another, the tenderness or the help of another. The real leap is learning to receive, which is as difficult as learning to give. And it is necessary to learn to ask for what one needs: justice is to give to oneself what one deserves. This is why the gospels say, "Knock and the door will be opened." If I ask for a long life, it is because I have the right to ask for it. If I ask that we will use an energy other than oil, it is because I have the right to ask for it. We have to learn to ask for what is just and to not ask for what it is not necessary to ask.

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„When asked what learning was the most necessary, he said, "Not to unlearn what you have learned."“

—  Diogenes Laërtius biographer of ancient Greek philosophers 180 - 240

Antisthenes, 4.
The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers (c. 200 A.D.), Book 6: The Cynics

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„When one asked him what boys should learn, "That," said he, "which they shall use when men."“

—  Plutarch ancient Greek historian and philosopher 46 - 127

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„Until you live, learn how to live.“

—  Stephen R. Covey, livro First Things First

First Things First (1994), Disputed

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