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Saturday, August 26, 2006
Refdesk Thoughts of the Day:
"There is no credit to being a omedian..."
"There is no credit to being a comedian, when you have the whole Government
working for you. All you have to do is report the facts. I don’t even have to
"The true rule, in determining to embrace, or reject any thing..."
"The true rule, in determining to embrace, or reject any thing, is not
whether it have any evil in it; but whether it have more of evil, than of good.
There are few things wholly evil, or wholly good. Almost every thing, especially
of governmental policy, is an inseparable compound of the two; so that our best
judgment of the preponderance between them is continually demanded."
"Ethics, too, are nothing but reverence for life..."
"Ethics, too, are nothing but reverence for life. That is what gives me the
fundamental principle of morality, namely, that good consists in maintaining,
promoting, and enhancing life, and that destroying, injuring, and limiting life