Galileo Galilei Quote

In the long run my observations have convinced me that some men, reasoning preposterously, first establish some conclusion in their minds which, either because of its being their own or because of their having received it from some person who has their entire confidence, impresses them so deeply that one finds it impossible ever to get it out of their heads.


Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems (1632)

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In the long run my observations have convinced me that some men, reasoning preposterously, first establish some conclusion in their minds which,...

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In the long run my observations have convinced me that some men, reasoning preposterously, first establish some conclusion in their minds which,...

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In the long run my observations have convinced me that some men, reasoning preposterously, first establish some conclusion in their minds which,...

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In the long run my observations have convinced me that some men, reasoning preposterously, first establish some conclusion in their minds which,...