So long as society is founded on injustice, the function of the laws will be to defend injustice. And the more unjust they are the more respectable they will seem.
Stupidity is far more dangerous than evil, for evil takes a break from time to time, stupidity does not.
What we call happiness is what we do not know.
The faculty of doubting is rare among men. A few choice spirits carry the germs of it in them, but these do not develop without training.
To die for an idea is to set a rather high price upon conjecture.