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Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “Of all the senseless babble I have ever had occasion to read, the demonstrations of these philosophers who undertake to tell us all about the nature of God would be the worst, if they were not surpassed by the still greater absurdities of the philosophers who try to prove that there is no God.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “There is no sea more dangerous than the ocean of practical politics none in which there is more need of good pilotage and of a single, unfaltering purpose when the waves rise high.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “Matter and force are the two names of the one artist who fashions the living as well as the lifeless.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “If the hypothesis of evolution is true, living matter must have arisen from non-living matter; for by the hypothesis the condition of the globe was at one time such, that living matter could not have existed in it, life being entirely incompatible with the gaseous state.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “Some experience of popular lecturing had convinced me that the necessity of making things plain to uninstructed people, was one of the very best means of clearing up the obscure corners in one’s own mind.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “As a natural process, of the same character as the development of a tree from its seed, or of a fowl from its egg, evolution excludes creation and all other kinds of supernatural intervention.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “I cannot but think that he who finds a certain proportion of pain and evil inseparably woven up in the life of the very worms, will bear his own share with more courage and submission.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “People never will recollect that mere learning and mere cleverness are of next to no value in life, while energy and intellectual grip, the things that are inborn and cannot be taught, are everything.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “Within the last fifty years, the extraordinary growth of every department of physical science has spread among us mental food of so nutritious and stimulating a character that a new ecdysis seems imminent.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “I care not what subject is taught, if only it be taught well.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “There is assuredly no more effectual method of clearing up one’s own mind on any subject than by talking it over, so to speak, with men of real power and grasp, who have considered it from a totally different point of view.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “What men need is as much knowledge as they can organize for action; give them more and it may become injurious. Some men are heavy and stupid from undigested learning.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “Even in the important matter of cranial capacity, Men differ more widely from one another than they do from the Apes; while the lowest Apes differ as much, in proportion, from the highest, as the latter does from Man.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “The scientific spirit is of more value than its products, and irrationally held truths may be more harmful than reasoned errors.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “Those who are ignorant of Geology, find no difficulty in believing that the world was made as it is; and the shepherd, untutored in history, sees no reason to regard the green mounds which indicate the site of a Roman camp, as aught but part and parcel of the primeval hill-side.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “I can assure you that there is the greatest practical benefit in making a few failures early in life. You learn that which is of inestimable importance – that there are a great many people in the world who are just as clever as you are.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “My experience of the world is that things left to themselves don’t get right.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “It is the first duty of a hypothesis to be intelligible.”
Thomas Henry Huxley Quote: “If then the question is put to me whether I would rather have a miserable ape for a grandfather or a man highly endowed by nature and possessed of great means of influence and yet employs these faculties and that influence for the mere purpose of introducing ridicule into a grave scientific discussion, I unhesitatingly affirm my preference for the ape.”
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