Exercise 3


Aphorism, Idiom, Lyric, Proverb, Quote


—Goethe; Chinese Proverb


—Xun Zi (about 310 – 237 BCE)
based on the Confucian Analect ‘I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.’
—George Santayana (1863 –1952), The Life of Reason, 1905 –1906.


Chinese Proverb; Aphorism —Anonymous


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—E.H. Gombrich, Art and Illusion, 1960.


3.3_FredG_CSUSA2006

Buried pasts unfortunately tend to resurface. —Anonymous
There is something about a cupboard that makes a skeleton terribly restless. —Anonymous


1.1_DavidD_CSUSA2006

—Sir Francis Bacon, ‘Of Great Place’, Essays, 1597-1625.


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The way to get things done is not to mind who gets the credit for doing them. —Benjamin Jowett
…it is better to be adventurous than cautious, because fortune is a woman… —Machiavelli


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—Oliver Wendell Holmes; —Jean Cocteau


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—Nietzsche; —Maupassant


2b_GiseleA_CSUSA2001

—Baudelaire; —Vauvenargues


Matrix_1_KenL_CSUSA2006

—Christian Morgenstern, Aphorism, c. 1900; second source unknown.


Matrix_1_PaolingC_CSUSA2006

—Madame de Staël, De l’Allemagne, 1813; second source unknown.


Matrix_1_DawnF_CSUSA2006

—Thomas Fuller II, Gnomologia, 1732; second source unknown.


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