There are two kinds of philosophers: those who begin with the conclusions, and fill in with egregious reasoning; and those who begin with the reasoning, and arrive at egregious conclusions.
Some men I would trust with my life, others with returning a borrowed book, almost none with both.
Nothing is more democratic than a mob.
Unity is what you call for when you win.
No one who thinks of himself as open-minded can be persuaded otherwise.
Never end up literal, but always start that way.
If you maintain that IQ has no meaning, I can probably guess your IQ.
One’s thought does not reflect one’s disposition. It complements one’s disposition.
The trouble with cellphones isn’t that they allow us to ignore each other, it’s that they don’t.
We envision cozy, domestic futures, with flying cars and a place for us, and we are always wrong: the future will have no place for us at all.