The merphology of cognition


Groye's law of epistemology (theory of knowledge)

Only one thing is important: what we are able to learn, already knowing everything.

The truth of Mark Twain

People usually believe what you say - except when you tell the truth.

Clarke's second law

The only way to reveal the limits of the possible is to step over them into the impossible.

Aristotle's dictum

One should always prioritize probable impossibility over incredible opportunity.

Democritus rule

There is nothing but atoms and empty space. Everything else is just an opinion.

Maxim Merkina

When in doubt, predict the trend to continue.

Hawkins theory of progress

Progress is not about replacing a wrong theory with a correct one. It consists in replacing a wrong theory with one that is wrong in a more subtle way.

Maxim Matz

Conclusion is where you are tired of thinking.

Law of life

If you are doing what you would like to see already done, therefore, you want to do something else.

The rule for bad feelings

You will save yourself a lot of unnecessary anxiety by not burning bridges until you come to them.

Disimoni's rule of knowledge

To believe is to see.

Observation law

1. Nothing looks as good up close as from a distance.

2. Nothing looks as good from afar as up close.

Jones law

Experience allows you to recognize a mistake when you make it again.

Bohr's axiom

The opposite of a deep truth may well be another deep truth.

Maxima Manley

Logic is a systematic method for arriving at wrong conclusions with complete confidence.


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