Giordano Bruno Quote

Ignorance is the most delightful science in the world because it is acquired without labor or pains and keeps the mind from melancholy.


In: David Starr Jordan, The Higher Foolishness, with Hints as to the Care & Culture of Aristocracy; Followed by Brief Sketches on Ecclesiasticism, Science & the Unfathomed Universe

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Ignorance is the most delightful science in the world because it is acquired without labor or pains and keeps the mind from melancholy.

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Ignorance is the most delightful science in the world because it is acquired without labor or pains and keeps the mind from melancholy.

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Ignorance is the most delightful science in the world because it is acquired without labor or pains and keeps the mind from melancholy.

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Ignorance is the most delightful science in the world because it is acquired without labor or pains and keeps the mind from melancholy.