A good motto for a university

sarvam ēva vāṅmayam aviditvā na tattvatō ’dhigamyatē: Unless you are familiar with the whole of textuality, you won’t be able to understand the world as it really is. It comes from a slightly ironic context in Daṇḍin’s Daśakumāracarita (in the story of Viśruta), but I think it's still a suitable slogan for philology as a whole, and for intellectual endeavors that still assign importance to philological knowledge, especially at a time when "knowledge" is increasingly redefined as "the knowledge that happens to currently be instrumentally useful to supplying the wants of our post-industrial, late-capitalist, bored, distracted, consumer society."