“A man who undertakes to talk of everything probably knows nothing. Thus a swan can fly, and walk,…”

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“A man who undertakes to talk of everything probably knows nothing. Thus a swan can fly, and walk, and swim. But it flies indifferently, walks badly, and swims poorly.”

Lev Shestov, All Things Are Possible

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