Cleverness is not wisdom.
Ignorant men raise questions that wise men
answered a thousand years ago.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Never does nature say one
thing and wisdom another. Juvenal
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Never has there been a greater need for original thought. The First Nova Society Contest was be arranged in New York in 1998. Nova Town will run future contests.
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The Nova Society Symposia Grand Jury, made up of 12-50 NTS members, will judge the Nova Town Contests for the most advanced ideas in sciences, technology, education, arts, movies, literature, poetry, theater and music, from an antiquity to the Post modern time.
The NTS Symposia and Nova Town Contests are to encourage and support non-commercial original thought, as well as to develop and establish real values for the unknown and unique. Nova Society believes that the soul of originality now is hidden and not easy to find in our industrial world - immersed in mass production and false commercial values. The NTS obligation is to search for this very soul of originality and give it a chance to become a soul of our future.
"I wish someone would one day attempt a tragic history of literature, showing how the various nations which now take their highest pride in the great writers and artists they can show treated them while they were alive. In such a history, the author would bring visibly before us that endless struggle which the good and genuine of all ages and all lands has to endure against the always dominant bad and wrong-headed: depict the martyrdom of almost every genuine enlightener of mankind, almost every great master of every art: show us how, with a few exceptions, they lived tormented lives in poverty and wretchedness, without recognition, without sympathy, without disciples, while fame, honor and riches went to the unworthy."
Paragraph 18 - "Essays and Aphorisms" Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860)..