- "Is it possible to be too curious?" I ask out loud. (I don't know, but he asked the same question three times in this chapter, pages 195, 198, and 199).
- "Is it possible to be too curious?" I again ask the Philosophers Club members.
- "Is it possible to be too curious?"
- "We need to start asking: Is this really the best way to ask this question? Or are there other ways, ways that might lead to more fruitful answers?" (p. 194).
- "Does anyone have the right to be ignorant?" (p. 200).
- "Is all education a process of making someone less ignorant?" (p. 202).
- "Is it possible to envision a society in which the gap between rich and poor is much less dramatic than it is now? Are you responsible for the well-being of your fellow humans?" (p. 209).
What will you remember about this book?