Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Inaugural Address of the Philosophical Society, 1926

"I wish to acquit myself of the charge of contemptuousness. All my life I have endeavoured to explain that my sympathies are entirely with the mass of people in their ordinary instincts. I am not a highbrow. I realise that it is this mass of normal people which keeps the world straight and that, without them, the world would soon qualify for a lunatic asylum." GKC

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