„It is not that you cannot understand it, it is that you cannot compute it.“

—  Carlos Gershenson, Artificial Societies of Intelligent Agents (2001), p. 25
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„You can manage what you do not understand, but you cannot lead it.“

—  Myron Tribus American academic 1921 - 2016
Myron Tribus quoted in: Henry R. Neave, "Deming'88* Part 2: The 14 Points revisited (Points 1–7)." Total Quality Management 1.2 (1990): 169-182.

„You are fastened to them and cannot understand how, because they are not fastened to you.“

—  Antonio Porchia Italian Argentinian poet 1885 - 1968
Voces (1943), Está atado a ellos y no comprendes cómo, porque ellos no están atados a ti.

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„You can forget facts but you cannot forget understanding.“

—  Eric Mazur Dutch physicist 1954
explaining his techniques of active learning, in From Questions to Concepts: Interactive Teaching in Physics http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBYrKPoVFwg, Harvard BokCenter, 2008.

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„You can and must understand computers now!“

—  Ted Nelson American information technologist, philosopher, and sociologist; coined the terms "hypertext" and "hypermedia" 1937
Computer Lib/Dream Machines (1974, rev. 1987), Slogan. (The insistence that ordinary people need to understand computers is remarkable for its era: the first personal computers were not available until 1975.)

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„The abode of the Teacher not only cannot be made known but cannot even be uttered. Your question shows how far you are from the understanding of the Teaching. Even humanly you must realize how wrong your question is.“

—  Nicholas Roerich Russian painter, writer, archaeologist, theosophist, enlightener, philosopher 1874 - 1947
Leaves Of Morya's Garden (1924 - 1925), Book II : Illumination (1925), Context: They will ask: "Who gave you the Teaching?" Answer: "The Mahatma of the East." They will ask: "Where does He live?" Answer: "The abode of the Teacher not only cannot be made known but cannot even be uttered. Your question shows how far you are from the understanding of the Teaching. Even humanly you must realize how wrong your question is." They will ask: "When can I be useful?" Answer: "From this hour unto eternity." "When should I prepare myself for labor?" "Lose not an hour!" "And when will the call come?" "Even sleep vigilantly." "How shall I work until this hour?" "Enhancing the quality of labor." Introduction

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„The understanding of relationship, fear, pleasure and sorrow is to bring order in our house. Without order you cannot possibly meditate.“

—  Jiddu Krishnamurti Indian spiritual philosopher 1895 - 1986
1980s, Context: The understanding of relationship, fear, pleasure and sorrow is to bring order in our house. Without order you cannot possibly meditate. Now the speaker puts meditation at the end of the talks because there is no possibility of right meditation if you have not put your house, your psychological house, in order. If the psychological house is in disorder, if what you are is in disorder, what is the point of meditating? It is just an escape. It leads to all kinds of illusions. The Network of Thought (1982) http://www.jkrishnamurti.org/krishnamurti-teachings/view-text.php?tid=8&chid=56898 J.Krishnamurti Online. Serial No. 332. , p. 96

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„I cannot forgive, but I understand.“

—  Christopher Paolini, livro Inheritance
Inheritance (2011), Nasuada, on the actions of Murtagh

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„If we do not understand furniture we cannot understand the city“

—  Constantinos Apostolou Doxiadis Greek architect 1914 - 1975
Building Entopia - 1975, Chapter 6, The furniture, p. 70

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„To let understanding stop at what cannot be understood is a high attainment. Those who cannot do it will be destroyed on the lathe of heaven.“

—  Zhuangzi classic Chinese philosopher -369 - -286 a.C.
知止乎其所不能知,至矣。若有不即是者,天鈞敗之。 Book XXIII, ¶ 7,as rendered in the epigraph to Ch. 3 of The Lathe of Heaven (1971) by Ursula K. Le Guin, based upon the 1891 translation by James Legge, Le Guin was subsequently informed that this was a very poor translation, as there were no lathes in China in the time of Zhuangzi. The full passage as translated by Legge reads: He whose mind is thus grandly fixed emits a Heavenly light. In him who emits this heavenly light men see the (True) man. When a man has cultivated himself (up to this point), thenceforth he remains constant in himself. When he is thus constant in himself, (what is merely) the human element will leave him, but Heaven will help him. Those whom their human element has left we call the people of Heaven. Those whom Heaven helps we call the Sons of Heaven. Those who would by learning attain to this seek for what they cannot learn. Those who would by effort attain to this, attempt what effort can never effect. Those who aim by reasoning to reach it reason where reasoning has no place. To know to stop where they cannot arrive by means of knowledge is the highest attainment. Those who cannot do this will be destroyed on the lathe of Heaven.

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