“Philosophy itself is nothing else than a preparation for and meditation on death.” Plato

“What I need I ought to make, I need a coat: I make a coat. And the conclusion I must make a coat is an action.” Aristotle

“But having cut your cloth, you must sew it.” Henri Bergson

“Whatever has been done in the world has been done by the very few who can stand outside the action in silence.” The Mother

“Two and two are four only when two and two mean nothing.” Raimon Panikkar

“No animal can enter into relation with an object as such.” Jakob von Uexküll

“Rats are rhizomes.”  Deleuze & Guattari

“Yet no creature acts without considering, even so slightly, what does this mean?” Richard Grossinger

“This is the seed or nucleus of a very general way of perceiving order, i.e., to give attention to similar differences and different similarities.” David Bohm

“Words are windows or they’re walls. They sentence us, or set us free. When I speak and when I hear, Let the love light shine through me.” Ebermann

“If the truth can be told so as to be understood, it will be believed.” Terence McKenna

“The world craves for novelty and yet it is haunted by terror at the loss of the past.” Alfred N. Whitehead

“Manejar o silêncio é mais difícil que manejar a palavra.” Georges Clemenceau

“I never had any philosophic instruction, the first lecture on psychology I ever heard being the first I ever gave.” William James

“All advances and flows, trembles and aspires.” Abraham Isaac Kook

“What is important is less the reason for the experience than the experience itself.” Aldous Huxley

“A mais-valia é produzida pelo emprego da força de trabalho.” Karl Marx

“Instead of his theory being as wide as reality, his perception of reality may be as narrow as his theory.” Kenneth Craik

“Bad art is still art in the same way that a bad emotion is still an emotion.” Marcel Duchamp

“Consider the sentence ‘It is raining.’ It is more accurate to say: ‘Rain is going on.'” David Bohm

“Mathematics is a way of saying less and less about more and more.” G Spencer Brown

“Everything in the world starts with a dot.” Kandinsky

“Haber visto no es sustituible por ninguna descripción: haber visto sólo se compara con haber visto.” Clarice Lispector

“Technology is the mastery of not nature but of the relation between nature and man.” Walter Benjamin

“A little humanity distances us from nature, a great deal of humanity brings us back.” Emmanuel Levinas

“Colourless green ideas sleep furiously. Furiously sleep ideas green colourless.” Noam Chomsky

“We live and die rationally and productively.” Herbert Marcuse