It wasn't a philosopher, but was first spoken by Leonard Nimoy's Spock in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. However, philosopher Jeremy Bentham had a similar quote: "It is the greatest good to the greatest number of people which is the measure of right and wrong."
The words 'Harry Potter' are said 967 times in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
Unicorn's blood was not said to have been anything but blood. However, it was said to have been silver and have restorative properties.
Ron said that he would buy his own Quidditch team.
J.K Rowling did call her first novel Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. She named it that because the Philosopher's Stone isn't something of her creation it is a legendary alchemical substance which she incorporated into her books, like many other things (mainly mythical creatures). The famous Alchemist, Nicholas Famel (who was a reason person) tried to find it for years. It is only named Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in America because the US publisher said that Sorcerer's sounded more exciting and American's would not understand what a Philosopher was. J.K Rowling has expressed regret at allowing the name change and said had she been in a better position financially and not desperate to have her book published she would have fought to keep it.
The symbol is flamel it belonged to an alchemist in the 1300/1400s his name was nicholas flamel it was said that he created the philosopher's stone
It is said by Greek Philosopher Aristotle.
What stoic philosopher said to read good books many times?
i was searching around and the other websites i went on said that sunandha gandhi was a philosopher.
Imhotep was said to have had 11 siblings, him being the 12th of his parents. He became a God to the Egyptians and was often said to be a poet and a philosopher.
Plato or Socrates