65 New Knowledge Quotes On Success In Life

These new knowledge quotes will inspire you. New knowledge, knowledge recently acquired or currently being acquired through observation, learning, thinking, and experience.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging new knowledge quotes, new knowledge sayings, and new knowledge proverbs.

Best New Knowledge Quotes

  1. “Doubt is a profound and effective spiritual motivation. Without doubt, no truism is transcended, no new knowledge found, no expansion of the imagination possible. Doubt is unsettling to the ego and those who are drawn to ideologies that promise the dispelling of doubt by preferring certainties never grow.” ~ James Hollis
  2. “Life can give everything to whoever tries to understand and is willing to receive new knowledge.” ~ Pramoedya Ananta Toer
  3. “We are concerned with similar states of consciousness and relationship to the world…If previous abstractions paralleled the scientific and objective preoccupations of our times, ours are finding a pictorial equivalent for man’s new knowledge and consciousness of his more complex inner self.” ~ Mark Rothko
  4. “Time, and Industry, produce everyday new knowledge.” ~ Thomas Hobbes

  5. “The stony-minded orthodox were right in fearing the first movement of new knowledge and free thought. It has gone on, and will go on, irresistibly, until someday we shall have no respect for an alleged “truth” which cannot stand the full blaze of knowledge, the full force of active thought.” ~ Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  6. “Remakes are awesome, especially when it honors yet adds a new component or dimension to the original. But truthfully, we have so many stories, lives, and subjects to explore that I’d love to keep pushing towards new knowledge.” ~ Aisha Hinds
  7. “He who always seeks more light the more he finds and finds more the more he seeks, is one of the few happy mortals who take and give in every point of time. The tide and ebb of giving and receiving is the sum of human happiness, which he alone enjoys who always wishes to acquire new knowledge, and always finds it.” ~ Johann Kaspar Lavater
  8. “The correct assumption is that what individuals have learned by age twenty-one will begin to become obsolete five to ten years later and will have to be replaced or at least refurbished new learning, new skills, new knowledge.” ~ Peter Drucker

  9. “Computers combine things to make new knowledge at such high speed that we cannot absorb it.” ~ Orson Welles
  10. “An inquiring, analytical mind; an unquenchable thirst for new knowledge; and a heartfelt compassion for the ailing – these are prominent traits among the committed clinicians who have preserved the passion for medicine.” ~ Michael E. DeBakey
  11. “And if there be any addition to knowledge, it is rather a new knowledge than a greater knowledge; rather a singularity in a desire of proposing something that was not known at all before than an improving, an advancing, a multiplying of former inceptions; and by that means, no knowledge comes to be perfect.” ~ John Donne
  12. “The old knowledge had been difficult but not distressing. It had been all paradox and myth, and it had made sense. The new knowledge was all fact and reason, and it made no sense.” ~ Ursula K. Le Guin

  13. “Companies have to take risks to get new knowledge, in a manner similar to how jazz musicians take risks when they go after a new approach to a tune or a performance.” ~ John Kao
  14. “The goal of NIH research is to acquire new knowledge to help prevent, detect, diagnose, and treat disease and disability, from the rarest genetic disorder to the common cold.” ~ Ike Skelton
  15. “We’ve got to start thinking of school as a lifelong process. That’s the only way we’ll keep abreast and be able to share in the wealth of the new “knowledge society.”” ~ Price Pritchett
  16. “Experimental observations are only experience carefully planned in advance, and designed to form a secure basis of new knowledge.” ~ Ronald Fisher

  17. “The 8th Habit, then, is not about adding one more habit to the 7 – one that somehow got forgotten. It’s about seeing and harnessing the power of a third dimension to the 7 Habits that meets the central challenge of the new Knowledge Worker Age. The 8th Habit is to Find Your Voice and Inspire Others to Find Theirs.” ~ Stephen Covey
  18. “Despite current ads and slogans, the world doesn’t change one person at a time. It changes when networks of relationships form among people who share a common cause and vision of what’s possible. This is good news for those of us intent on creating a positive future. Rather than worry about critical mass, our work is to foster critical connections. We don’t need to convince large numbers of people to change; instead, we need to connect with kindred spirits. Through these relationships, we will develop the new knowledge, practices, courage, and commitment that lead to broad-based change.” ~ Margaret J. Wheatley
  19. “Prejudgments become prejudices only if they are not reversible when exposed to new knowledge.” ~ Gordon Allport
  20. “Any day we wish we can discipline ourselves to change it all. Any day we wish; we can open the book that will open our mind to new knowledge. Any day we wish; we can start a new activity. Any day we wish; we can start the process of life change. We can do it immediately, or next week, or next month, or next year.” ~ Jim Rohn
  21. “Life consists in penetrating the unknown, and fashioning our actions in accord with the new knowledge thus acquired.” ~ Leo Tolstoy

  22. “The essence of wealth is the capacity to control the forces of nature, and the extent of wealth depends upon the level of technology and the ability to create new knowledge.” ~ Julian Simon
  23. “It is proper to the role of the scientist that he not merely find new truth and communicate it to his fellows, but that he teach, that he try to bring the most honest and intelligible account of new knowledge to all who will try to learn.” ~ J. Robert Oppenheimer , Learning new knowledge quotes
  24. “Acquire new knowledge whilst thinking over the old, and you may become a teacher of others.” ~ Confucius
  25. “The new knowledge has not yet settled in culture. It has not yet been integrated in a new cosmic conception.” ~ Johan Huizinga

  26. “Of the properties of mathematics, as a language, the most peculiar one is that by playing formal games with an input mathematical text, one can get an output text which seemingly carries new knowledge. The basic examples are furnished by scientific or technological calculations: general laws plus initial conditions produce predictions, often only after time-consuming and computer-aided work. One can say that the input contains an implicit knowledge which is thereby made explicit.” ~ IU?. I. Manin
  27. “Walt Disney World is tribute to the philosophy and life of Walter Elias Disney… and to the talents, the dedication, and the loyalty of the entire Disney organization that made Walt Disney’s dream come true. May Walt Disney World bring Joy and Inspiration and New Knowledge to all who come to this happy place… a Magic Kingdom where the young at heart of all ages can laugh and play and learn — together.” ~ Roy O. Disney
  28. “If the genius of invention were to reveal to-morrow the secret of immortality, of eternal beauty and youth, for which all humanity is aching, the same inexorable agents which prevent a mass from changing suddenly its velocity would likewise resist the force of the new knowledge until time gradually modifies human thought.” ~ Nikola Tesla
  29. “The science and technology which have advanced man safely into space have brought about startling medical advances for man on earth. Out of space research have come new knowledge, techniques and instruments which have enabled some bedridden invalids to walk, the totally deaf to hear, the voiceless to talk, and, in the foreseeable future, may even make it possible for the blind to “see.”” ~ Hubertus Strughold
  30. “You must know all there is to know in your particular field and keep on the alert for new knowledge. The least difference in knowledge between you and another man may spell his success and your failure.” ~ Henry Ford

  31. “But now the world breaks in on us, the world is shocked, the world looks upon our idyll as madness. The world maintains that no rational man or woman would have chosen this way of life – therefore, it is madness. Alone I confront them and tell them that nothing could be saner or truer! What do people really know about life? We fall in line, follow the pattern established by our mentors. Everything is based on assumptions; even time, space, motion, matter are nothing but supposition. The world has no new knowledge to impart; it merely accepts what is there.” ~ Knut Hamsun
  32. “Books are what you step on to take you to a higher shelf. The higher your stack of books, the higher the shelf you can reach. Want to reach higher? Stack some more books under your feet! Reading is what brings us to new knowledge. It opens new doors. It helps us understand mysteries. It lets us hear from successful people. Reading is what takes us down the road in our journey. Everything you need for a better future and success has already been written.” ~ Jim Rohn
  33. “In order to align your life choices with your values, you will need to inquire about the effects of your actions (and inactions) on yourself and others. Although we are always stumbling upon new knowledge that shifts our choices and life direction, bringing conscious inquiry to life means that we continually ask questions that lead us to the information we need to make thoughtful decisions. Asking questions is liberating because we develop great understanding and discover more choices with our new knowledge” ~ Zoe Weil , New knowledge quotes about life
  34. “The first business of a man of science is to proclaim the truth as he finds it, and let the world adjust itself as best it can to the new knowledge.” ~ Percy Williams Bridgman

  35. “To solve a problem is to create new problems, new knowledge immediately reveals new areas of ignorance and the need for new experiments. At least, in the field of fast reactions, the experiments do not take very long to perform.” ~ George Porter
  36. “All of life’s experiences are teachers in some sense, challenging us to grow and evolve. Although the Persecutor certainly provokes a reaction, the Challenger elicits a response by encouraging the Creator to acquire new knowledge, skill, or insight. Both roles provoke change, but in different ways.” ~ David Emerald Womeldorff
  37. “Research is creating new knowledge.” ~ Neil Armstrong

  38. “The medieval university looked backwards; it professed to be a storehouse of old knowledge. The modern university looks forward, and is a factory of new knowledge.” ~ Thomas Huxley
  39. “Despite my firm convictions, I have always been a man who tries to face facts and to accept the reality of life as new experience and new knowledge unfolds. I have always kept an open mind, a flexibility that must go hand in hand with every form of the intelligent search for truth.” ~ Malcolm X
  40. “Our civilization has evolved through the continuous adjustment of society to the stimulus of new knowledge.” ~ John Boyd Orr

  41. “It is like a voyage of discovery into unknown lands, seeking not for new territory but for new knowledge. It should appeal to those with a good sense of adventure.” ~ Frederick Sanger
  42. “The artist is the man in any field, scientific or humanistic, who grasps the implications of his actions and of new knowledge in his own time. He is the man of integral awareness.” ~ Marshall McLuhan
  43. “Why do the easy expected thing? It takes guts to follow your dreams. Courage. Many people, even those who love you, don’t understand how compelling that can be, and will try to keep you in the “safety zone”. But f*#! that. Half the fun is venturing into the unknown, taking on the difficult task that yields new knowledge, doing more, and testing your limits.” ~ Marshall Ulrich
  44. “The modern technological world appears overwhelming to many people. It drives some to pessimism and despair. It makes others doubt the future of mankind unless we retreat to simpler lives and even to the ways of our ancestors. What these people fail to realize is that we cannot go back to those ways and those days. Furthermore, for all our difficulties, life today is far better for more people and the possibilities for the future can be brighter than ever if we develop not only new knowledge but a greater faith and confidence in the human mind and spirit.” ~ Glenn T. Seaborg
  45. “If we would have new knowledge, we must get a whole world of new questions.” ~ Susanne Katherina Langer

  46. “Few if any seemed to have grasped the Principle of Reality; new knowledge leads always to yet more awesome mysteries. Greater physiological knowledge of the brain makes the existence of the soul less possible yet more probable by the nature of the search.” ~ Stephen King
  47. “Only an open mind still has room for new knowledge. What is outgrown and used up must be discarded to make room for what is yet to be learned.  And much of the best thinking is done alone-in deserts, on beaches, in bed, behind closed doors.  It is why we say we need to get away to escape from clutter and busyness-to hear ourselves think.” ~ Robert Fulghum
  48. “As a species, we are always hungry for new knowledge.” ~ Chaim Potok

  49. “New knowledge is the most valuable commodity on earth. The more truth we have to work with, the richer we become.” ~ Kurt Vonnegut
  50. “As the astronomer rejoices in new knowledge which compels him to give up the dignity of our globe as the centre, the pride, and even the final cause of the universe, so do those who have escaped from the Christian mythology enjoy their release from the superstition which fails to make them happy, fails to make them good, fails to make them wise, and has become as great an obstacle in the way of progress as the prior mythologies which it took the place of two thousand years ago.” ~ Harriet Martineau
  51. “The planet’s hope and salvation lies in the adoption of revolutionary new knowledge being revealed at the frontiers of science.” ~ Bruce H. Lipton

  52. “Circumstances do not push or pull. They are daily lessons to be studied and gleaned for new knowledge and wisdom. Knowledge and wisdom that is applied will bring about a brighter tomorrow. A person who is depressed is spending too much time thinking about the way things are now and not enough time thinking about how he wants things to be.” ~ Andy Andrews
  53. “There are no more barriers to cross. All I have in common with the uncontrollable and the insane, the vicious and the evil, all the mayhem I have caused and my utter indifference toward it I have now surpassed. My pain is constant and sharp and I do not hope for a better world for anyone, in fact I want my pain to be inflicted on others. I want no one to escape, but even after admitting this there is no catharsis, my punishment continues to elude me and I gain no deeper knowledge of myself; no new knowledge can be extracted from my telling. This confession has meant nothing.” ~ Bret Easton Ellis
  54. “In the advance of civilization, it is new knowledge which paves the way, and the pavement is eternal.” ~ Willis R. Whitney
  55. “Creative work and critical thought, which produces new knowledge, can’t be conditioned; indeed, conditioning prevents these things from ever happening.” ~ John Taylor Gatto

  56. “We set sail on this new sea because there is new knowledge to be gained, and new rights to be won, and they must be won and used for the progress of all people. For space science, like nuclear science and technology, has no conscience of its own. Whether it will become a force for good or ill depends on man, and only if the United States occupies a position of preeminence can we help decide whether this new ocean will be a sea of peace or a new terrifying theater of war.” ~ John F. Kennedy
  57. “We must take the abiding spiritual values which inhere in the deep experiences of religion in all ages and give them new expression in terms of the framework which our new knowledge gives us. Science forces religion to deal with new ideas in the theoretical realm and new forces in the practical realm.” ~ Harry Emerson Fosdick
  58. “The regularity with which we conclude that further advances in a particular field are impossible seems equaled only by the regularity with which events prove that we are of too limited vision. And it always seems to be those who have the fullest opportunity to know who are the most limited in view. What, then, is the trouble? I think that one answer should be: we do not realize sufficiently that the unknown is absolutely infinite, and that new knowledge is always being produced.” ~ Willis R. Whitney
  59. “Wherever primitive man put up a word, he believed he had made a discovery. How utterly mistaken he really was! He had touched a problem, and while supposing he had solved it, he had created an obstacle to its solution. Now, with every new knowledge, we stumble over flint-like and petrified words and, in so doing, break a leg sooner than a word.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
  60. “Inductive inference is the only process known to us by which essentially new knowledge comes into the world.” ~ Ronald Fisher

  61. “New knowledge has led to the recognition in the theory of evolution of more than a hypothesis. It is indeed remarkable that this theory has been progressively accepted by researchers, following a series of discoveries in various fields of knowledge. The convergence, neither sought nor fabricated, of the results of work that was conducted independently, is in itself a significant argument in favor of this theory.” ~ Pope John Paul II
  62. “Within the next few years-a decade perhaps-we should be in a position to unlock new knowledge about life and matter so great that wholly new concepts of human life will follow in the wake of this new knowledge.” ~ David Lilienthal
  63. “Sexist language, racist language, theistic language – all are typical of the policing languages of mastery, and cannot, do not, permit new knowledge or encourage the mutual exchange of ideas.” ~ Toni Morrison

  64. “We can master change not through force or fear, but only through the free work of an understanding mind, though an openness to new knowledge and fresh outlooks, which can only strengthen the most fragile and most powerful of human gifts: the gift of reason.” ~ Robert Kennedy
  65. “The national research effort, upon which so much depends, will remain healthy only so long as there is sound core of disinterested search for new knowledge and an adequate number of men and women trained for carrying on such research and for teaching young scientists.” ~ Alan Tower Waterman

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