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Thinking

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.
—Whitehead

Apr 072022
 

It is by his diction, not his thought, that an acolyte may be infallibly recognized. If it consists of fashionable clichés, he has been colonized by a swarm instead of a man.

Mar 172022
 

When you have replication, you don’t need peer review, and when you have peer review, you don’t get replication.

Mar 152022
 

Ideology is the tendency to accept or reject a set of logically disconnected propositions en bloc.

Feb 092022
 

If a discipline purports to be a science, yet has not produced a universal law to which all of its practitioners agree, it is just giving itself airs.

Dec 232021
 

Opinions are like sausages: if you know how they’re made they get harder to swallow.