Louis Pasteur was a French microbiologist and chemist.. He is best known for discovering pasteurization, microbial fermentation, and vaccination
His contributions are also credited with saving many lives by developing vaccines against anthrax and rabies. He is considered to be the father of modern microbiology.
Louis Pasteur’s quote “Chance favors the prepared mind” means that the better prepared and more knowledgeable you are, the more you’ll be able to take advantage of any chance opportunities or observations.. If you are unaware of things that influence a situation or an event, you are very unlikely to be able to identify any opportunity or learn anything significantly new
This chapter examines the notion of the ‘prepared mind’, popular in serendipity and creativity studies, in ways that defend and advance the ontological position that mind and context are co-constitutive or interdependent. From this standpoint, it makes little sense to ask what is ‘inside’ the mind but, rather, what happens in-between mind and world in moments of creative serendipity
The ways in which surprise, curiosity and wonder shape our experience of serendipity are discussed with a view towards expanding the prepared mind into a system of open and dynamic relations between self and other, mind and culture, person and world.. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution.
The antinomies of serendipity how to cognitively frame serendipity for scientific discoveries. A philosophical enquiry into the origin of our ideas of the sublime and beautiful
In 1973, 27-year-old Vernon Hill decided to start a bank. He launched a single, nine-employee branch on a highway in southern New Jersey
Although he had worked afternoons at a bank while an undergrad at Penn’s Wharton School, Hill’s professional experience was primarily in real estate and fast-food retail. He scouted and developed sites for chains such as McDonald’s, CVS, and Jiffy Lube, and had an ownership stake in dozens of Burger King restaurants.
Hill brought a retail mindset to the banking industry. He believed that he could attract more deposits by providing extraordinary customer service than he could by offering competitive interest rates.
“Chance favors the prepared mind” -> nghĩa là càng chuẩn bị kỹ càng hay có kiến thức càng có thể tận dụng tối đa các cơ hội và óc quan sát; cụm từ này được cho là do nhà vi trùng học Louis Pasteur nói đầu tiên.. My husband, Jeff, shared a quote with me that inspires and guides many aspects of my life
It was only because of my years of research that I was able to seize on the scientific potential (tiềm năng khoa học) that lay hidden in the natural phenomenon (hiện tượng). You do your best to swim through the muck (bãi lầy), to evade (tránh) the stings of jellyfish (vết đốt của sứa)
Chance favors only the prepared mind, said Louis Pasteur. Indeed history is filled with stories of great discoveries through serendipity
Biology is a field that has a particularly interesting history involving good luck as many discoveries initially depended upon the contamination of samples including Louis Pastuer’s work on immunology and Alexander Flemming’s work on antibiotics. However, as Pasteur pointed out the opportunities granted by chance are only harvested by a prepared mind
I recall that Oliver Smithies, awarded the 2007 Nobel Prize for work in Phisiology/Medicine, dedicated an entire talk to the topics of chance, opportunity and planning during the 2010 conference. He stressed the subtle nature of each of these factors in his scientific career and was humble about being able to make his contribution to science
If you set yourself up for success in any area of your life, luck is more likely to follow. Have you ever met someone and thought, “Wow, that is a lucky person
But have you ever wondered whether they just have good luck or they’ve planned for it? Whether they first dashed to seven different grocery stores and found one package or did it just fall in their lap?. One great life quote that I carry around with me is “Chance favors the prepared mind.” This statement, made by Louis Pasteur, is one that often comes out as “Luck favors the prepared” or “Fortune favors the prepared mind,” – and I believe what he actually said was “Chance favors only the prepared mind” – but as far as we’re concerned, these beautiful words all mean the same thing.
(And yes, I’m also thinking of Hunger Games’ Effie Trinket saying “May the odds be ever in your favor” right now because – how can’t you?). That does not mean that you will be the luckiest person in the world, but it does mean that if you put yourself in a position for success, luck is likely to be on your side
Giải thích nghĩa của “Chance favors the prepared mind”. “Chance favors the prepared mind” -> nghĩa là càng chuẩn bị kỹ càng hay có kiến thức càng có thể tận dụng tối đa các cơ hội và óc quan sát; cụm từ này được cho là do nhà vi trùng học Louis Pasteur nói đầu tiên.
Qua bài viết này chúng tôi mong bạn sẽ hiểu được định nghĩa Chance favors the prepared mind là gì. Mỗi ngày chúng tôi đều cập nhật từ mới, hiện tại đây là bộ từ điển đang trong quá trình phát triển cho nên nên số lượng từ hạn chế và thiếu các tính năng ví dụ như lưu từ vựng, phiên âm, v.v
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Put yourself in a position to take advantage of big opportunities.. – Radio legend Paul Harvey once said that luck occurs “when chance meets opportunity.” Louis Pasteur believed chance favors a prepared mind.
Patrick’s Day approaching, the luck of the Irish is in the air. But when it comes to luck in financial matters, many people look at luck as winning the lottery or other games of chance—random events of good fortune.
Paul Harvey, the late radio talk show legend, once said the definition of luck is “when chance meets opportunity.” Here’s an example.. Back in 1928, bacteriologist Alexander Fleming was trying to cure staph bacteria
Louis Pasteur (27 December 1822 – 28 September 1895) French microbiologist, chemist, pioneer of the “Germ theory of disease”, discoverer of molecular asymmetry and stereo-chemistry, and inventor of the process of Pasteurization.. – I am on the edge of mysteries and the veil is getting thinner and thinner.
– I am on the verge of mysteries and the veil is getting thinner and thinner. I am often scolded by Madame Pasteur, but I tell her I shall lead her to fame.
I am hoping to develop it shortly in the most successful manner… I think that I have already told you that I am on the verge of mysteries, and that the veil which covers them is getting thinner and thinner
“Chance favors the prepared mind.” That was a quote from the French microbiologist, chemist and inventor, Louis Pasteur. Incidentally, he was a master of experimental research
Serendipity; A word coined by Sir Horace Walpole, Earl of Oxford in the 1700s to denote ‘accidental discoveries‘. In one of his letters to a friend, Walpole wrote about a silly fairy tale called ‘The Three Princes of Serendip’; “… as their highnesses travelled, they were always making discoveries, by accidents and sagacity, of things which they were not in quest of” (Serendip, old name for Ceylon, Sri Lanka) that had made a profound impression on his life
Rarely they found the treasures they were looking for but ran into other ones equally great or even greater which they were not seeking.. Interesting, ‘yes’ but you may wonder what is the context here? The point am trying to make is that Get Friday(Sister Concern of YMII) was also a stroke of serendipity, something that happened by chance
Moving from PepsiCo to Uber was both a leap of faith and the opportunity of a lifetime for Tony West. Thanks to advice from his father and his devotion to servant leadership, he was ready.
There was a correlation in my mind between being a lawyer and having a positive impact on the world. I also realized that if I ran for office I might be unsuccessful
That became very clear to me when, not long out of law school, I got my first job at the Justice Department.. I was a big fan of the product – an early adopter, avid user and evangelist