Polarization, n. A state that follows from everyone being continuously informed of what everyone else is thinking, about everything.
We have learned to ignore philosophers when they talk about science but remain in thrall to scientists when they talk about philosophy.
If the practitioners of other disciplines understood science more they would imitate it less.
That a politician is popular with the young may not be sufficient reason to oppose him, but it’s a start.
We fret too much over the contradictions among our beliefs, in the unlikely event that we notice them at all.
Your shelves should not contain the books you’ve read, but the books you’re going to read.
No one would pay an anecdote any mind if its plural were data.
The meek shall inherit the earth when the bold are through with it.
Hell needs more circles.
The list of people who achieve posthumous fame after a lifetime of obscurity is short, and will not include you.