Arthur Schopenhauer Quote

No greater mistake can be made than to imagine that what has been written latest is always the more correct; that what is written later on is an improvement on what was written previously; and that every change means progress. Men who think and have correct judgment, and people who treat their subject earnestly, are all exceptions only. Vermin is the rule everywhere in the world: it is always at hand and busily engaged in trying to improve in its own way upon the mature deliberations of the thinkers.


Essays - On Authorship and Style

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No greater mistake can be made than to imagine that what has been written latest is always the more correct; that what is written later on is an...

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No greater mistake can be made than to imagine that what has been written latest is always the more correct; that what is written later on is an...

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No greater mistake can be made than to imagine that what has been written latest is always the more correct; that what is written later on is an...

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No greater mistake can be made than to imagine that what has been written latest is always the more correct; that what is written later on is an...