Conventional morality is mostly dysgenic.
Grisham’s Law: Bad books drive out good.
Mankind has outgrown religion: our reasons for burning heretics are now entirely secular.
The illusion of wealth comes cheap; the illusion of taste costs a fortune.
Ageless, adj. Old.
The makers of history know too little of how it will turn out, and the writers know too much.
History does not swim left; it is pushed, by the many little helpers on its right side.
We would have far fewer and far better books if they could only be published posthumously.
No representation without taxation.
Whether the world is a certain way is one question, and whether one should act as if it is that way is another.