May 302013

A man will sooner confess a great crime than a small error.

May 292013

There is little difference between collecting books and collecting porcelain elephants.

May 282013

Behavioral is to classical economics as relativistic is to classical mechanics.

May 272013

Talk comes in two sizes — big and small.

May 242013

The more logical feminists, beginning by giving up sex roles, end by giving up sex.

May 232013

The deontologist blindfolds himself, lest his eyes deceive him.

May 222013

The most effective way to learn is by devoting oneself to a single subject for months at a time. Its opposite is school.

May 212013

We all know intimately many more fictional characters than real ones.

May 202013

Philosophers are careful not to derive ought from is, less so about deriving is from ought.

May 172013

Whatever the world’s greatest criminal mastermind is doing, it’s sure to be legal.