Kline, A. S. (b.1947), authored by Kline, A. S. (contact-email)

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A selection of aphorisms from personal notebooks dated 1980-2009. Aphorisms are concise, memorable statements that convey a general truth or principle, often in a pithy or witty manner. Originating from the Greek word “aphorismos,” meaning “definition” or “aphorism,” these statements are designed for rapid dissemination. They are employed across various fields, including philosophy, literature, and science, serving as succinct articulations of complex ideas. The brevity and directness of an aphorism lend it potency, making it a popular tool for philosophers like Friedrich Nietzsche.

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Kline, A. S.

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