Louis Pasteur Quote

A man of science should think of what will be said of him in the following century, not of the insults or the compliments of one day.


Translated by Erwin Frink Smith and Florence Hodges, In Emile Duclaux, Pasteur: The History of a Mind, Aphorisms and Ideals of Pasteur (p. 343)

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A man of science should think of what will be said of him in the following century, not of the insults or the compliments of one day.

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A man of science should think of what will be said of him in the following century, not of the insults or the compliments of one day.

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A man of science should think of what will be said of him in the following century, not of the insults or the compliments of one day.

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A man of science should think of what will be said of him in the following century, not of the insults or the compliments of one day.