Erring

Error is boundless.
Nor hope nor doubt,
Though both be groundless,
Will average out.
—Cunningham

Dec 242013
 

To change your mind it does not suffice to change your opinion.

Nov 212013
 

On many topics it is embarrassing to have an opinion, no matter what it is.

Nov 132013
 

My regrets amount mostly to not having been enough like myself.

Nov 082013
 

Few experiences are more salutary than losing an argument, but only if you notice.

Nov 042013
 

Anyone who believes that if you’re not part of the solution you’re part of the problem is part of the problem.

Sep 022013
 

Today we believe everything, except what we are told.

Jul 182013
 

Most of what passes for deep thought today can be traced to some misunderstanding of Darwin, Einstein, Heisenberg, or Gödel.

Jun 272013
 

A grudging willingness to admit error does not suffice; you have to cultivate a taste for it.

Jun 212013
 

Dark motives lurk where independent beliefs cluster.

May 302013
 

A man will sooner confess a great crime than a small error.