A man can adapt to nearly anything, but only two or three times.
The heretic is not punished for error: he is punished for heresy.
It is a kind of madness, never to sicken at the sound of your own voice.
Revolution gets awfully good press, considering its track record.
That no one is above the Law is less a principle than a threat.
The reader will often reject, when it is explained and argued for, what he would swallow if it were stated baldly and unadorned.
Inflict the punishment, and the crime will be inferred.
People put up with more from software than they ever would from humans.
Relativity is uncertainty for infants, Heisenberg for children, and Gödel for adolescents. Uncertainty for adults is the halting problem.
Too bourgeois is an irritant, not bourgeois enough a disaster.