G. M. Trevelyan
Quotations


Disinterested intellectual curiosity is the life blood of real civilisation.

Social history might be defined negatively as the history of a people with the politics left out.

Education . . . has produced a vast population able to read but unable to distinguish what is worth reading, an easy prey to sensations and cheap appeals.

Socrates gave no diplomas or degrees, and would have subjected any disciple who demanded one to a disconcerting catechism on the nature of true knowledge.



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