"Any philosophy worth considering must attempt to account for the existence of evil in the world."
by:
Elie Kedourie
(1926-1992) British historian of the Middle East, Professor of Poltics at the London School of Economics
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Only death and taxes are forever. Exceptions to everything else.
 -- Cal, Lewisville, TX     
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    Every animal in the world has to look twice before taking a drink of water, on the lookout for predators. There is no reason to assume that a man doesn't also have to be prepared to defend himself against other human predators. In particular, those with immense wealth and power are the most dangerous -- for them, might makes right.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    Consider Plato and Republicanism. Must account, not attempt to. Through experience.
     -- watchman 13, USA     
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    Elie Kedourie was clearly unfamiliar with philosophy as many self-serving politicians (but I repeat myself) seem to be.
     -- anonymous     
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