Neither Do The Ignorant Seek After Wisdom. For Herein Is The Evil Of Ignorance, That He Who Is Neither Good Nor Wise Is Nevertheless Satisfied With Himself
Neither do the ignorant seek after wisdom. For herein is the evil of
ignorance, that he who is neither good nor wise is nevertheless
satisfied with himself; he has no desire for that of which he feels no
-- Plato (428-348? B.C.)
Alcaeus mentions Aristodemus in these lines:-- 'T is money makes the ma
and he who 's none Is counted neither good nor honourable....
No one is fit to be trusted with power. ... No one.
... Any man who has lived at all knows the follies and wickedness he's capable of....
He who laughs does not believe in what he laughs at, but neither does he hate it.
Therefore, laughing at evil means not preparing oneself to combat it, and laughing at good means denying the power through which good is self-propagating....
He was a wise man who invented God. -- Plato
He was a wise man who invented God. PLATO
Actions are neither as good nor as evil as impulses.
The greatest of fools is he who imposes on himself, and in greatest concern thinks certainly he knows that which he has least studied, and of which he is profoundly ignorant.
He who despises himself nevertheless esteems himself as a self-despiser: -- Nietzsche
As far as Saddam Hussein being a great military strategist, he is neither a strategist, nor is he schooled in the operational arts, nor is he a tactician, nor is he a general, nor is he as a soldier.
Other than that, he's a great military man, I want you to know that....