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Intellectual discipline has almost nothing to do with academic departments, and almost everything to do with public commitments.
Being massively opinionated means nothing if you aren’t committed to something.
Here are too many alternatives. The difficulty is finding the right one.
The unconditioned arises from the conditioned to become the very condition of the conditional.
“Now I’ll do anything you want me to…” quickly turns into “…but I can’t go for that”: this is the motto of a man who can’t go all the way.
Criteria of what counts as evidence depend upon a prior commitment to a paradigm of experience.
She overcommitted every time.
One commits to the form more than the content of a relationship. Hence the most serious commitments require the most formal ceremonies.