Albert Einstein Quote

The strangest thing in all this medieval literature is the conviction that if there is a word there must also be a clear meaning behind it, and the only problem is to find out that meaning.


In: James T. Cushing, C.F. Delaney and Gary M. Gutting - Science and Reality, Letter to Rabbi P.D. Bookstaber, August 24, 1951 (p. 108)

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