Hesiod (Poet - c. 700 BC)
Best of all is he who thinks over all things for himself, pondering what will be better for the future and at the end. And again, it is a good man who listens to a good adviser. But whoever neither thinks for himself nor takes to heart what he hears from another, that is a useless fellow.
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