Nothing in psychology replicates as well as stereotypes.
Identity, that spectator of what he calls himself,
That net and aggregate of energies in transient combination.
Naive is a polite term for stupid, and stupid is a polite term for rotten.
I respect pretense, which suggests shame.
Stupid comes in only two flavors, as different as chocolate and vanilla: those who know they are, and those who don’t.
How do I know what I am until I see what I do?
People don’t change: they unfold.
Human development has increasingly prolonged childhood and adolescence, now often fifty years or more.
Until it has the appearance of liberty the prison is not complete.
As computers become more skilled at imitating human beings, so must we.
The difficulty with which success imagines failure makes for hard-heartedness, and the ease with which failure imagines success makes for envy.