The cure for any political ideology is to be governed by it for a while.
There is nothing too profound for the right interpreter to grind into banality.
It is because we always begin with the conclusion that we ever get anywhere.
It is possible to change your mind, when old, only if you have previously acquired the habit.
A proper cultural revolution requires a proper culture to revolt against.
Many books are good for no one, but no books are good for everyone.
All vandals belong to the same party.
If you want to be cruel, learn to be polite.
There are beliefs that are useful to hold, and beliefs that are useful to advertise, which have almost nothing in common.
The repetition is the tragedy: the first time is the farce.