Quote of the Day

A man may be dexterous and able in explaining the grounds of his opinions, and yet may be a mere sophist, because he only sees one-half of a subject.

“A man may be dexterous and able in explaining the grounds of his opinions, and yet may be a mere sophist, because he only sees one-half of a subject.” — William Hazlitt, “On Genius and Common Sense,” Table Talk

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