Monthly Archives: January 2015
The counterweight to extreme moderation is moderate extremism.
So I can learn why I believe the things that we believe.
A decision puts an end to a long chain of discourse. Meaning from the surrounding sentences rushes in, filling the gap.
First of all, as some Marxists would point out, they have a history. Second of all, as some Buddhists would maintain, they must be purified.
You only have the right to ask this question if your bent is a little different.
One who says “one, but not one” is saying “two, but not two” too.
I am a teacher and a student: class is always in session.
They suppose, on dubious sociological and psychological assumptions, that such results signal the absence of preconceptions or a willingness to accept truth.
The doubt of the faithless cannot compare to the doubt of the faithful.