“Goethe can never be dear to men.
His is not even the devotion to pure truth; but to truth for the sake of culture.
He has no aims less large than the conquest of universal nature, of universal truth, to be his portion: a man not to be bribed, nor deceived, nor overawed; of a stoical self-command and self-denial, and having one test for all men, What can you teach me? 114 more words
The Mind is to the Brain as a Movie on the Screen is to its Projector
The Projector: moves the film and focuses light through the film, to project an image of the film onto a screen. 518 more words