What we call progress is the exchange of one nuisance for another.
Philosophy is a purely personal matter. A genuine philosopher’s credo is the outcome of a single complex personality; it cannot be transferred. No two persons, if sincere, can have the same philosophy.
Topics: Being Ourselves
- Bertrand A. Russell British Philosopher, Mathematician
- H. G. Wells English Novelist, Historian
- Ramsay MacDonald British Head of State
- Robert Owen British Social Reformer
- C. Northcote Parkinson British Historian
- Arthur C. Clarke English Science-fiction Writer
- Frederic William Farrar British Theological Writer
- J. K. Rowling English Novelist
- George Augustus Henry Sala British Journalist
- Graham Greene British Novelist