The personal is rarely political, but the political is nearly always personal.
We are exhorted to ask cui bono?, yet cui malo? is often the more penetrating question.
Why is not half so troublesome a question as So What.
We argue over the name when we have forgotten the thing.
Therapist, n. Assistant witch doctor.
A government of laws, not of men, requires suitable men.
I don’t want you to change your opinion. I want you to abandon your opinion.
The expressed desire to hear the unvarnished truth is among the world’s most popular lies.
Irreverence, n. The state or quality of not knowing what one reveres.
One wonders what people who oppose eugenics think history is.