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“I certainly understand the value of knowing key ideas from different disciplines and building my own latticework, but I didn’t learn any of that in school, and I’d be starting from ground zero."

Charlie Munger, quoted in Robert Hagstrom's Investing: The Last Liberal Art.

“I found out that with 150 well-chosen books a man possesses a complete analysis of all human knowledge, or at least all that is either useful or desirable to be acquainted with.”

Abbé Faria, The Count of Monte Cristo.