Quotation Explorer - 'Lawrence M. Krauss'

The purpose of education is not to validate ignorance but to overcome it - Lawrence M. Krauss
To be scientifically illiterate is to remain essentially uncultured. And the chief virtue of a cultural activity--be it art, music, literature, or science--is the way it enriches our lives. - Lawrence M. Krauss
If the universe doesn't care about us and if we're an accident in a remote corner of the universe, in some sense it makes us more precious. The meaning in our lives is provided by us; we provide our own meaning. - Lawrence M. Krauss
More often than you might think, teaching science is inseparable from teaching doubt. - Lawrence M. Krauss
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