Do any of you have their own answers to the 2 questions?
Before 5th Century BCE, the planet Mercury actually had two names, as it was not realized it could alternately appear on one side of the Sun and then the other. Mercury was called Mercury when in the evening sky, but was known as Apollo when it appeared in the morning. Pythagoras is credited for pointing out that they were one and the same.
Pythagoras answered the two questions as follows. Please give your own answer if you can. I'm interested in seeing what you think.
Question: "What is wisest?" Answer: "Number";
Question:"What is truest?" Answer: "Most men are bad."