Ada Lovelace
Ada Lovelace

A new, a vast, and a powerful language is developed for the future use of analysis, in which to wield its truths so that these may become of more speedy and accurate practical application for the purposes of mankind than the means hitherto in our possession have rendered possible.

Adam Conover
Adam Conover

We don't claim to be infallible. I don't claim to be giving you truths from on high.

Adam Conover
Adam Conover

As a comedian, I am attracted to truths that are uncomfortable. I like funny bummers.

Adam Lallana
Adam Lallana

Every now and again, it doesn't hurt to utter some home truths as long as it is not personal, just purely professional.

Ajit Pai
Ajit Pai

Hyperbolic headlines always attract more attention than mundane truths.

Alan K. Simpson
Alan K. Simpson

Any education that matters is liberal. All the saving truths, all the healing graces that distinguish a good education from a bad one or a full education from a half empty one are contained in that word.

Alan Lightman
Alan Lightman

I have for a long time loved fabulist, imaginative fiction, such as the writing of Italo Calvino, Jose Saramago, Michael Bulgakov, and Salman Rushdie. I also like the magic realist writers, such as Borges and Marquez, and feel that interesting truths can be learned about our world by exploring highly distorted worlds.

Albert Camus
Albert Camus

We call first truths those we discover after all the others.

Albion W. Small
Albion W. Small

The quarrel of the sociologists with the historians is that the latter have learned so much about how to do it that they have forgotten what to do. They have become so skilled in finding facts that they have no use for the truths that would make the facts worth finding.

Alex Tabarrok
Alex Tabarrok

Our obsessive focus on college schooling has blinded us to basic truths. College is a place, not a magic formula. It matters what subjects students study, and subsidies should focus on the subjects that matter the most - not to the students, but to everyone else.