„Your perspective is always limited by how much you know. Expand your knowledge and you will transform your mind.“

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„No matter how much knowledge and wisdom you acquire during your life, not one jot will be passed on to your children by genetic means. Each new generation starts from scratch.“

—  Richard Dawkins, livro O Gene Egoísta
The Selfish Gene (1976, 1989), Context: Genes do indirectly control the manufacture of bodies, and the influence is strictly one way: acquired characteristics are not inherited. No matter how much knowledge and wisdom you acquire during your life, not one jot will be passed on to your children by genetic means. Each new generation starts from scratch. Ch. 3. Immortal Coils

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„So you must ask this question, put this question to yourself, whether your mind can be empty of all its past and yet retain the technological knowledge, your engineering knowledge, your linguistic knowledge, the memory of all that, and yet function from a mind that is completely empty.“

—  Jiddu Krishnamurti Indian spiritual philosopher 1895 - 1986
1970s, Context: So you must ask this question, put this question to yourself, whether your mind can be empty of all its past and yet retain the technological knowledge, your engineering knowledge, your linguistic knowledge, the memory of all that, and yet function from a mind that is completely empty. The emptying of that mind comes about naturally, sweetly without bidding, when you understand yourself, when you understand what you are. What you are is the memory, bundle of memories, experiences, thoughts. When you understand that, look at it, observe it; and when you observe it, see in that observation that there is no duality between the observer and the observed; then when you see that, you will see that your mind can be completely empty, attentive, and in that attention you can act wholly, without any fragmentation. p. 56

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„If you cannot make knowledge your servant, make it your friend.“

—  Baltasar Gracián, livro Oráculo Manual e Arte de Prudência
The Art of Worldly Wisdom (1647), Pero el que no pudiere alcançar a tener la sabiduría en servidumbre, lógrela en familiaridad. Maxim 15 (p. 9)

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„If you cannot teach knowledge, than you should teach your intuition.“

—  Hasan ibn Ali Shia Imam 624 - 669
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