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From Middle Chinese: 学而不思則罔
学びて思わざれば則ち罔し (hiragana まなびておもわざればすなわちくらし, romaji manabite omowazareba sunawachi kurashi)
- If one learns without thinking, one will be lost in his learning. That is, if one does not think about what one learns, he will not arrive at the truth of it.
- The Kōjien (広辞苑) Dictionary of the Japanese Language, 5th edition, Iwanami Shoten Publishing, Tokyo.