One is human insofar as one is difficult to model.
Life may be sacred, but try telling Life that.
Monotheism is the most conspicuous failure of the principle of parsimony.
Adolescents have no opinions, only symptoms.
The height of a civilization can be judged by its mathematics and its music.
You can smoke all you like in the movies, but you can’t cough without dying.
In a democratic age manners and mores spread from top to bottom, then from bottom back to top.
The ordinary idea of goodness is so passive that it lacks its own verb: one sins, but never saints.
Behind the insult “calculating” a whole moral history of humanity lies hidden.
No one seeks power with a song in his heart.