There never comes a point where a theory can be said to be true. The m >>
The traditional disputes of philosophers are, for the most part, as un >>
While moral rules may be propounded by authority the fact that these w >>
However sugarcoated and ambiguous, every form of authoritarianism must >>
Authority poisons everybody who takes authority on himself. >>
Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence. >>
To say that authority, whether secular or religious, supplies no ground for morality is not to deny the obvious fact that it supplies a sanction.