„This dumb ox will fill the world with his bellowing.“

Attributed to Albertus Magnus in: Anne Jackson Fremantle (1962) The Great Ages of Western Philosophy : The Age of Belief : The Medieval Philosophers
Albertus Magnus, in response to other of his students calling Thomas Aquinas a "dumb ox" because of his quietude.

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