Discipline, n. A field of study in which little discipline is exhibited.
If orchestral performances were movies, the instrumentalists would be celebrated, the conductor credited, and the composer unmentioned.
You can’t tell a man what he doesn’t know he doesn’t know.
We have a lot of use for computers, but they will not have much use for us.
No shades of gray without black and white.
Those who say they don’t believe in love, or art, or politics, or God, always believe acutely, piercingly, in their disbelief.
Anti-colonialism, n. The belief that local traditional cultures must be protected and preserved, unless they involve Christianity or NASCAR.
Plastic surgery has done more for human happiness than psychopharmacology.
Not to opine in public on matters that surpass one’s understanding — this is the most neglected of civic duties.
Every discipline attempts to transfer sovereignty from the consumer to the producer; “professionalism” is our name for a successful coup.