You’re more likely to regret doing things you wanted to do than things you didn’t want to do.
Monarchy, in which the franchise is limited to one person, is the most efficient form of democracy.
If “so, what do you do?” weren’t the most common question asked by strangers, people would choose their careers differently. [ . . . ] Read More
The Abolition of Man is, above all, an argument in favour of the existence of objective values. In Lewis’ view, the universe is the kind of thing that demands certain responses from us, whether we happen to respond correctly or not. For example, the universe says you should speak the truth, love your neighbour, honour your parents, etc. One law obliges king and peasant alike. [ . . . ] Read More
The sensation of making progress is the fulcrum of sanity.
In academia, “critical thinking” means adopting the conclusions of your leftist professors. Then you are a critical thinker.
“Critical thinking”: the ability to turn Nietzsche into a misunderstood thinker who secretly believed everything that just happens to be currently in vogue. [ . . . ] Read More
“Your vision will become clear only when you look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens.”
“All that is not eternal is eternally useless.”
“Chastity is the flowering of man; and what are called Genius, Heroism, Holiness, and the like, are but various fruits which succeed it.” [ . . . ] Read More
Classical mechanics is the study of how things move in relation to force. Unsurprisingly, it was the first branch of physics discovered, and it is the foundation of all the other branches. Its principles were codified by Newton in a book called the Principia; hence, classical mechanics is sometimes referred to as Newtonian mechanics. [ . . . ] Read More