scientia potentia est


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scientia potentia est

A Latin phrase meaning "knowledge is power." Renaissance scholar Sir Francis Bacon is usually credited with popularizing the phrase. A successful life starts with a good education—after all, scientia potentia est.
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"Scientia potentia est." This may not mean much to you unless you understand Latin, but translated into English, the saying often attributed to Sir Francis Bacon means "knowledge is power." Having knowledge or information about something gives you the power to use it and pass it on because what good is knowledge if it isn't shared?
THE Latin aphorism "scientia potentia est" translated as "knowledge is power", spans history and culture.
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(38) Latin maxim "For also knowledge itself is power," stated originally by Francis Bacon in MEDITATIONES SACRAE (1597), which in modern times is often paraphrased as "knowledge is power." Wikipedia, Scientia potentia est, http://en.wikiedia.orwiki/Scientia potentia est (as of Nov.
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