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"Mathematicians, astronomers, and physicists are often
religious, even mystical; biologists much less often; economists and psychologists very seldom indeed. It is as their subject matter comes nearer to man himself that their antireligious bias hardens."
(C. S. Lewis, The Grand Miracle: And Other Selected Essays on Theology and Ethics from God in the Dock,
1983). (via tempdist)
"The work of a teacher — exhausting, complex, idiosyncratic, never twice the same — is at its heart, an intellectual and ethical enterprise. Teaching is the vocation of vocations…"
"The best way to have a good idea is to have a lot of ideas"
- Linus Pauling
Comic from Abstruse Goose