Food for thought
- “Know Thyself.” The meaning of these two words are attributed to the Greek philosopher Socrates and inscribed in the forecourt of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. Some Eastern philosophies believe that one’s entire life is a journey towards self-discovery. People have pursued this quest for years through self-contemplation, meditation and prayer.
- In this way, then, divide all science into two arts, calling the one practical (praktikos), and the other purely intellectual (gnostikos). Let us assume that all science is one and that these are its two forms. (Socrates)
Skrivet av Anne Neppare
Publicerat den 6 okt 2017