I wonder how Schröndinger’s cat can simultaneously be both dead and alive.
Submitted by: Alan Epstein.
Goethe’s offhand observation that the test of civilization is conversation is insightful.
Camus’ L’Étranger doesn’t have the same nuances in English as it does in the original.
George Washington’s admonition in his Farewell Address against Entangling Alliances really was right on the money.
Wittgenstein’s Tractus over-emphasizes the role of language, doesn’t it?