The history of science has been a progressive obliteration of distinctions between humans and other natural phenomena.
Business is more agreeable than pleasure; it interests the whole mind more continuously, and more deeply.
Good work does not make its own way in the world.
The most interesting things to do are the dullest to watch.
In tedium lies opportunity.
Whatever one does well one is sure to do too often.
Constant surveillance is the vocation of the police and the avocation of everyone else.
The psychological travails of Western man stem mostly from the fact that he can be idle and not starve.
Failure is always an option. Often it is the best option.
Lawyers distinguish: philosophers confound.
A relentlessly cheerful, upbeat, can-do attitude is a highly effective form of bullying.