The arguments worth having are with yourself.
Guilt, unlike shame, requires averting one’s gaze from oneself, if only for a moment.
The coward burdens himself with obligations to have unassailable reasons not to act courageously.
If whatever you want and think is permitted, then you live in a free society, as far as you know.
Now and then a readable novel is written that takes its author as its subject; we call these autobiographies.
No political ideology, according to its advocates, has ever really been tried.
One should fear, not the man who insists he is in charge, but the man who insists that he is not.
We punish speech because we have yet to devise an effective way to punish thought.
We have reached the point in the history of the West where improvements in small things can no longer mask declines in large ones.
Love-conquers-all is the dullest story in the world. In most of the interesting stories love conquers nothing whatever.