It turns out to be entirely possible to know where you’re going and not where you came from, and vice versa.
You cannot have a contemporary prison without contemporary furniture.
Outrage is its own reward.
Youth has a natural horror of age, and one gradually learns to reciprocate.
The dissolute and profligate can always be depended on to preach sobriety and thrift; today it is the sober and thrifty who refuse to do so.
It is more pleasant to be told that one has done a brilliant thing than that one is a brilliant person, which implies an obligation to continue.
Ageless, adj. Old.
It was a distinctively contemporary utopia, a world in which one was never contradicted.
A proper cultural revolution requires a proper culture to revolt against.
If you want to be cruel, learn to be polite.
Nihilism, n. The belief that your beliefs are nonsense.