One can be both right and ridiculous.
Who will psychoanalyze the psychologists, deconstruct the deconstructionists, decode the signals of the signaling theorists, unmask the unmaskers?
Lawyers distinguish: philosophers confound.
It’s easy to be prolific — just keep repeating yourself.
My regrets amount mostly to not having been enough like myself.
A party should include a few guests who can’t be trusted with the silver.
Who reviews the papers of the peerless?
Few experiences are more salutary than losing an argument, but only if you notice.
Those who can remember the past are condemned to tell those who cannot what part of it we are now repeating.
Policy begets policy.