Philosophy is so well-trod that there is scarcely room for a new mistake.
We will tolerate anything but inconvenience.
Law is keeping order: justice is keeping score.
We are apt to disagree with whatever does not provide an occasion to congratulate ourselves.
To deify the state has a certain logic; for the state is compulsion and coercion, and these, too, are God’s usual means.
The truth is sometimes plausible, the lie always is.
Doing badly in school is your best chance to come through it unscathed.
Every quirk a syndrome, every aversion an allergy, every fear a phobia.
If you separate Church and State, the State becomes the Church.
Behind every wise child are several foolish adults.