Unsuspected Quotes (5 quotes)
As lightning clears the air of impalpable vapours, so an incisive paradox frees the human intelligence from the lethargic influence of latent and unsuspected assumptions. Paradox is the slayer of Prejudice.
Emergency is a subsoil plow bringing to light depths of mind and character before unknown and unsuspected.
Mans history has been graven on the rock of Egypt, stamped on the brick of Assyria, enshrined in the marble of the Parthenonit rises before us a majestic presence in the piled up arches of the Coliseumit lurks an unsuspected treasure amid the oblivious dust of archives and monasteriesit is embodied in all the looms of religions, of races, of families.
The farther a mathematical theory is developed, the more harmoniously and uniformly does its construction proceed, and unsuspected relations are disclosed between hitherto separated branches of the science.
Whoever wishes to acquire a deep acquaintance with Nature must observe that there are analogies which connect whole branches of science in a parallel manner, and enable us to infer of one class of phenomena what we know of another. It has thus happened on several occasions that the discovery of an unsuspected analogy between two branches of knowledge has been the starting point for a rapid course of discovery.