The great divide will be crossed not when a computer can pass a Turing test, but when it can give one.
Reading maketh a full man, writing an exact man, and conference a man ready to quit his job.
The history of science has been a progressive obliteration of distinctions between humans and other natural phenomena.
We are all such good people, and do such horrid things.
Credulity is fixed: doubting something obvious just clears space for believing something foolish.
In every discipline the foundations come last; in most of them we still don’t know what they are.
To wield power wisely it is necessary to obtain it.
Never look for a synonym.
Misspellers learn from speech, mispronouncers from books.
Only the literary cannot profit from literature.