Saturday secret service psychologist game

Saturday secret service psychologist: come play my mind game

Resist the Googling trigger fingers and use your brain instead. All the quotes below reveal an interesting personality – and are attributed to one real person. Can you put your secret service psychologist hat on – and guess who said it?

saturday secret service psychologist mind game

Don’t let Sharon throw you off.

Clues: he is said to be an ENTP and very intelligent.

His quotations:

  • The noblest pleasure is the joy of understanding.
  • Men of lofty genius when they are doing the least work are most active.
  • Blinding ignorance does mislead us. O! Wretched mortals, open your eyes!
  • He who is fixed to a star does not change his mind.
  • The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions.
  • All our knowledge has its origins in our perceptions.
  • Where there is shouting, there is no true knowledge.
  • Iron rusts from disuse; water loses its purity from stagnation… even so does inaction sap the vigour of the mind.
  • Poor is the pupil who does not surpass his master.
  • Experience never errs; it is only your judgments that err by promising themselves effects such as are not caused by your experiments.
  • Just as courage is the danger of life, so is fear its safeguard.
  • Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence.
  • Time abides long enough for those who make use of it.
  • It is better to imitate ancient than modern work.
  • The smallest feline is a masterpiece.

Do comment if you wish – and especially if you don’t know the answer! I am very curious to see who you come up with πŸ™‚

Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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Dr Martina Feyzrakhmanova

I am a hospital doctor and founder of an education platform. The will to power refers mostly to power over yourself. Avid reader and writer of deep introspective blogs.

31 thoughts on “Saturday secret service psychologist: come play my mind game”

  1. I am not sure but I feel it may be Confucius, I am more interested in reading the psychology behind quotes rather than remembering names of persons ,each quote mentioned here tells a whole story in itself ,lots of psychological aspects .

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  2. Ah, I am a MB ENTJ but the T and J are both only by the dint of a single question. In fact the last two categories were determined by the difference of one question. Otherwise it could be me!

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  3. Wouldn’t be Gandhi…He is an INFJ. And don’t remember reading these quotes either. But Socrates is a possibility. Is it Socrates? I know that he’s considered as an entp.
    The quotes are quite unfamiliar to me.

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      1. Wow, how interesting!

        I would never have guessed either.

        Beckham I think is pensive and could fit the bill, but is he ever saying anything profound? I would have thought he is a man of few words kind of guy.

        As for A.S., i can see where you’re coming from, though I think A.S. was an angry little man who didn’t really stop to smell the roses.

        Time for a Google for you – so that we don’t spoil the fun by giving away the answer πŸ™‚ This chap is from a few centuries before either of your guesses.

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