Albert Einstein Quote

The only progress I can see is progress in organization. The ordinary human being does not live long enough to draw any substantial benefit from his own experience. And no one, it seems, can benefit by the experiences of others. Being both a father and teacher, I know we can teach our children nothing. We can transmit to them neither our knowledge of life nor of mathematics. Each must learn its lesson anew.


Viereck interview (1929)

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The only progress I can see is progress in organization. The ordinary human being does not live long enough to draw any substantial benefit from his...

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The only progress I can see is progress in organization. The ordinary human being does not live long enough to draw any substantial benefit from his...

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The only progress I can see is progress in organization. The ordinary human being does not live long enough to draw any substantial benefit from his...

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The only progress I can see is progress in organization. The ordinary human being does not live long enough to draw any substantial benefit from his...