Human head concept


“Is it Albert Einstein who said “Imagination is more significant than knowledge,” or Thomas Edison who explained, “Imagination brings success when combined with knowledge”? In my opinion, Thomas Edison is fully correct with his idea.

First of all, what is imagination? Imagination is described as “The faculty or action of forming new ideas, images, or concepts of external objects not present to the senses” by the Oxford Languages Dictionary. As we can understand from the definition, imagination is a must for finding or creating new ideas, items, or inventions.

Albert Einstein believes that imagination is more important than knowledge. In my opinion, he is not wrong, but his idea can’t be supported in every situation. This explanation gives me the idea, which supports Thomas Edison’s opinion. Of course, imagination is important, but you cannot achieve success without knowledge to guide it.

Therefore, imagination and knowledge are a couple that can’t be separated if our aim is success.”

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