A lifetime of reading novels will teach you how to feel superior to a world in which you are no use.
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.