Addition to Carillo.
Venerable age is the high price that one has to pay for maturity.
Law of Mauri.
No one is too old to be able to master a new way of manifesting stupidity.
The principle of interest.
Almost everything is now more popular than it used to be.
How weak and insignificant are the efforts of the Human Being in comparison with the unshakable elements of Nature … but only so long as the course of this struggle is not fully expounded to the grandchildren.
The Peterson principle.
Traditions are solutions for which we have forgotten the corresponding problems.
Huxley’s law on progress.
Technological progress has simply provided us with more effective means for moving backwards.