What politicians say about science is as silly as what scientists say about politics.
Prejudice, n. The precipitate of a principle.
The people who most need to be persuaded of their own stupidity have been told all their lives how clever they are.
People who refuse to be categorized are all alike.
Placebo is most of medicine, and nocebo is most of philosophy.
To discover who is preeminent in a field, ask someone who knows nothing about it.
One must check the rise to cushion the fall.
To obliterate an experience, describe it.
The poor workman blames his sales skills.
Theories of history owe their enduring popularity to the difficulty of perceiving accident in accomplished fact.