Words of Wisdom quote by Thomas Huxley

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The only medicine for suffering, crime, and all the other woes of mankind, is wisdom
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"The only medicine for suffering, crime, and all the other woes of mankind, is wisdom"

- Thomas Huxley

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This quote by Thomas Huxley suggests that knowledge is the only solution to the issues of human suffering, crime, and other concerns. Huxley believed that intelligence and education were vital for the progress and wellness of humanity.

According to him, the source of numerous issues in society is lack of knowledge, and education is the only method to inform individuals and raise awareness. If people are educated and wise, they will be able to make much better choices, behave properly, and prevent causing damage to themselves and others.

Huxley's quote stresses the vital role of education in improving the state of human society. He thought that education was not simply a means to acquire knowledge however also a tool for moral and social development.

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Thomas Huxley This quote is written / told by Thomas Huxley between May 4, 1825 and June 29, 1895. He was a famous Scientist from England, the quote is categorized under the topic Words of Wisdom. The author also have 64 other quotes.

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