It is rather late to mourn the dignity of office.
We have all of our ideas at second hand, except the ones we think original, which we have at fourth or fifth.
Social media are to friendship what vaping is to smoking.
Naive irrationality is the refusal to refer actions and sentiments to abstract principle; decadent irrationality is the insistence on it.
Psychology begins by classifying people according to their conduct; then grows scientific, and deduces conduct from the classifications.
Reality, n. The court to which one eventually appeals after losing competitions for power, wealth, and status.
Our universe is wild, and our thought is tame.
The revolutionary is nostalgic for the future.
Our idea that beliefs, in themselves, can make one virtuous — what is it but grace by faith?
Ideology, n. A system of belief that leads to frumpiness.