It takes a lot of time and trouble to write a bad book.
Readers fall in love with villains because authors do.
It is when we recognize our hopeless inadequacy at everything else that we discover our vocation.
Any sufficiently naive use of the word “science” is indistinguishable from the word “magic.”
It is futile to expect judges to uphold laws of which they disapprove when people refuse to believe anything they find unpleasant.
The Dunning-Kruger effect is especially pronounced in people who know what the Dunning-Kruger effect is.
Being bad at math does not make you good at art.
Every logical fallacy is also a valid heuristic.
Beware the Houyhnhnms. The Yahoos are of no consequence.