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From the Hallowed Halls of The H2G2 Philosophers Guild,

we are proud to bring you, this weeks Philosophical

Phrases which stir questions to which you may never know the answer.

This week's phrases are a compilation from several members of the guild, enjoy:

  1. 'Do not be afraid to believe, for the fear of what may be, but act on faith for the hope of the world unseen. For by believing that the thing you hope for exists, you may find it to lay before you, and that you lay among it.' - Nemo Nihilque

  2. 'Far more clever is it to conceal the mechanism of your cleverness, than it is to appear clever...' - Marc Wunn

  3. 'A cause must be at least as great as its effect' - Noggin the Nog

If this has caused you to ponder,

or you have some philosophy of your own,

pop over to the h2g2 Philosopher

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Philosophical Phrases

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