Simon Herbert Quotes

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Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: One finds limits by pushing them. One finds limits by pushing them. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert A. Simon: Among my European ancestors were piano builders, goldsmiths, Among my European ancestors were piano builders, goldsmiths, and vintners but, to the best of my knowledge, no professionals of any kind. — Herbert A. Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: In the computer field, the moment of truth In the computer field, the moment of truth is a running program; all else is prophecy. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: Solving a problem simply means representing it so Solving a problem simply means representing it so as to make the solution transparent. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: Everyone designs who devises courses of action aimed Everyone designs who devises courses of action aimed at changing existing situations into preferred ones. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: Anything that gives us new knowledge gives us Anything that gives us new knowledge gives us an opportunity to be more rational. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: I don't care how big and fast computers I don't care how big and fast computers are, they're not as big and fast as the world. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert A. Simon: I like to think that since I was I like to think that since I was about 19, I have studied human decision-making and problem-solving. — Herbert A. Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: Mathematics is a language. We want scientists to Mathematics is a language. We want scientists to be able to read it, speak it, and write it. But we are are not training them to be grammarians. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert A. Simon: Time and again, we have found the 'idle' Time and again, we have found the 'idle' truths arrived at through the process of inquiry to be of the greatest moment for practical human affairs. — Herbert A. Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert A. Simon: You can love two or more women at You can love two or more women at once ... but you cannot be loyal to more than one. — Herbert A. Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: All correct reasoning is a grand system of All correct reasoning is a grand system of tautologies, but only God can make direct use of that fact. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: Forget about Nobel prizes; they aren't really very Forget about Nobel prizes; they aren't really very important. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: Human beings know a lot of things, some Human beings know a lot of things, some of which are true, and apply them. When we like the results, we call it wisdom. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: Enlightenments, like accidents, happen only to prepared minds. Enlightenments, like accidents, happen only to prepared minds. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert A. Simon: The Nobel prizes memorialize Alfred Nobel's faith in The Nobel prizes memorialize Alfred Nobel's faith in the contribution that human thought, directed to science and art, can make to human welfare. — Herbert A. Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert A. Simon: The classical theory of omniscient rationality is strikingly The classical theory of omniscient rationality is strikingly simple and beautiful. — Herbert A. Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert A. Simon: Like Humpty Dumpty, we can make words mean Like Humpty Dumpty, we can make words mean anything we want them to mean. — Herbert A. Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: The proper study of mankind is the science The proper study of mankind is the science of design. — Herbert Simon
Simon Herbert Quotes By Herbert Simon: The world is vast, beautiful, and fascinating ... The world is vast, beautiful, and fascinating ... even awe-inspiring, but impersonal. It demands nothing of me, and allows me to demand nothing of it. — Herbert Simon