All myths are alike; but each truth is truthful in its own way.
Operations of thought are like cavalry charges in a battle — they are strictly limited in number, require fresh horses, and must only be made at decisive moments.
Imagination, without a problem to work at, is dull. It does almost nothing but graft characteristics of one thing onto another; centaurs, gorgons, mermaids, and unicorns are its typical products.
Enforced unanimity about important matters provokes violent disagreements over trivia.
With ideas, you get what you want, not what you need.
One good idea can spawn countless bad ones.
Don’t follow the money — there’s too much of it around. Follow the status. Of that there can never be enough.
Learn languages, to stop thinking in words.
Consensus reaches further than conspiracy ever could.
Convictions are mental furniture: they provide comfortable seating and rarely move.
The null hypothesis is the dull hypothesis.