Sunday, August 28, 2011

Shaping Reason

"Reason alone fails to justify itself. Not without cause has the devil been called a prince of lawyers, and not by accident are Shakespeare's villains good reasoners. If the disposition is wrong, reason increases maleficence; if it is right, reason orders and furthers the good."
Source: Richard Weaver, Ideas Have Consequences 1948

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