Leon Wieseltier Quotes.
There are times when the power of language is not the power that is needed.
A thoughtless citizen of a democracy is a delinquent citizen of a democracy.
Dilettantism is the sort of thing one must avoid.
No great deed, private or public, has ever been undertaken in a bliss of certainty.
Her book about the money in sex gives you the feeling of the sex in money.
There are moral religious people and moral secular people, immoral religious people and immoral secular people.
The velocity and volume on the Web are so great that nothing is forgotten and nothing is remembered.
I do not value religion chiefly for its morality.
The world invited me many places.
The Internet is like closing time at a blue-collar bar in Boston. EveryoneвЂ™s drunk and ugly and theyвЂ™re going to pass out in a few minutes.
Use the new technologies for the old purposes.
I hear it said of somebody that he is leading a double life. I think to myself: Just two?