— UW-Milwaukee (@UWM) April 18, 2022
The life of a single human being is worth a million times more than all the property of the richest man on earth.
~ Che Guevara
Without the background of a remembered faith modernism loses its conviction: it becomes routinised. For a long time now it has been assumed that there can be no authentic creation in the sphere of high art which is not is some way a ‘challenge’ to the ordinary public. Art must give offence, stepping out of the future fully armed against the bourgeois taste for kitsch and cliché. But the result of this is that offence becomes a cliché.
~ Roger Scruton
I knew a phoenix in my youth, so let them have their day.
~ William Butler Yeats
If Jurassic Park fueled your interest in dinosaurs and genetics, you aren’t alone. Ahead of #JurassicWorldDominion, explore @NCStateSciences researcher Elizabeth Jones' work studying the ancient world and the creatures that inhabited it. https://t.co/LNmOleGVFW #ThinkAndDo pic.twitter.com/Ip7WiSCzNF
— NC State University (@NCState) June 9, 2022
There are always a dozen reasons for doing nothing.
~ John le Carré
Definition of a classic — something that everybody wants to have read and nobody wants to read.
~ Mark Twain