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Most men and women die vague about life and death, religion or morals, politics or art. Even about purely practical issues they are far from being clear. . . they imagine they are thinking of some important subject when they are merely thinking of thinking about it. When this fallacy has been nursed for some time in our subconsciousness we decide that the question admits of no compelling answer and we act according to the pressure of circumstances, or perfunctory advice, or the slogans of the moment.

Ernest Dimnet (from The Art of Thinking, 1933)

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