The Fundamental Law of Psychology: The more objectionable the finding, the likelier it is to be replicated.
We all come into this world with our little egos equipped with individual horns. If we don’t blow them, who will?
The more you believe in the moral worth of your cause, the more willing you are to commit dubious deeds in its behalf; and perfect righteousness implies complete fluidity.
We can be sure, when we are told that all interpretation is biased, that an egregiously biased interpretation will shortly follow.
Those who profess indifference to what others think ought to advertise it less.
You can never teach a man to love his neighbor as himself, but with a little effort you can teach him to hate himself every bit as much as his neighbor.
We know, and judge, ourselves by what we intend and mean; others, by what they do and say.
The idealist wants extra credit for the wrong answer.
The best disguise for a dunce is as an intellectual.
I am reasoned with.
You are persuaded.
He is manipulated.
To imagine not knowing what we know is the indispensable habit of the historian; its opposite is easier to master.