Charlie Chaplin quote about truth from My Autobiography (1964) - I neither believe nor disbelieve in anything. That which can be imagined is as much an approximation to truth as that which can be proved by mathematics.
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Quotes by Charlie Chaplin · Quotes from My Autobiography · Quotes about truth · Quotes about belief · Quotes about imagination · Quotes about mathematics

I neither believe nor disbelieve in anything. That which can be imagined is as much an approximation to truth as that which can be proved by mathematics.

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Charlie Chaplin quote about truth from My Autobiography (1964) - I neither believe nor disbelieve in anything. That which can be imagined is as much an approximation to truth as that which can be proved by mathematics.
Charlie Chaplin quote about truth from My Autobiography (1964) - I neither believe nor disbelieve in anything. That which can be imagined is as much an approximation to truth as that which can be proved by mathematics.
Charlie Chaplin quote about truth from My Autobiography (1964) - I neither believe nor disbelieve in anything. That which can be imagined is as much an approximation to truth as that which can be proved by mathematics.
Charlie Chaplin quote about truth from My Autobiography (1964) - I neither believe nor disbelieve in anything. That which can be imagined is as much an approximation to truth as that which can be proved by mathematics.