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Matthew Stewart quotes: I don't have an M.B.A. I have a doctoral degree in philosophy - nineteenth-century German philosophy, to be precise. I don't have an M.B.A. I have a doctoral degree in philosophy - nineteenth-century German philosophy, to be precise.
Matthew Stewart quotes: Most religions assume that you find purpose through some agent that sits above or outside the world and imbues it with purpose. Most religions assume that you find purpose through some agent that sits above or outside the world and imbues it with purpose.
Matthew Stewart quotes: Most management systems have to do with establishing trust and getting people to cooperate. They're not really about expertise or science. Most management systems have to do with establishing trust and getting people to cooperate. They're not really about expertise or science.
Matthew Stewart quotes: One of the distinguishing features of anything that aspires to the name of science is the reproducibility of experimental results. One of the distinguishing features of anything that aspires to the name of science is the reproducibility of experimental results.
Matthew Stewart quotes: If you're working for somebody and trying to check on them, it never works. You're just saying what they want you to say at the end of the day. If you're working for somebody and trying to check on them, it never works. You're just saying what they want you to say at the end of the day.
Matthew Stewart quotes: In business, experience is the big teacher. In business, experience is the big teacher.
Matthew Stewart quotes: We're just one rock surrounded by this immense universe. We're just one rock surrounded by this immense universe.
Matthew Stewart quotes: Businesspeople get a little bit of bad press sometimes. There are a lot of normal and ethical people. Businesspeople get a little bit of bad press sometimes. There are a lot of normal and ethical people.
Matthew Stewart quotes: It's wrong to look at what we call 'Enlightenment values' as some fad of the 18th century. It's deeply rooted in ancient history. It's wrong to look at what we call 'Enlightenment values' as some fad of the 18th century. It's deeply rooted in ancient history.
Matthew Stewart quotes: It was 1988, and I was just finishing a D.Phil at Oxford University on the topic of 'Nietzsche and German Idealism.' It was 1988, and I was just finishing a D.Phil at Oxford University on the topic of 'Nietzsche and German Idealism.'