Saturday, February 13, 2010

Between Hell and Reason

"Politics and the fate of mankind are shaped by men without greatness. Those who possess greatness are not in politics." Albert Camus

"Patriotism is a way of loving one's country that consists in never wanting that country to be unjust, and in telling it so. But patriotism itself has never been enough to make men rise to the strange struggle that is theirs. There must also be the delicacy of heart that feels repugnance at each compromise; the dignity the bourgeoisie lacks; and in a word, the capacity to say no." Albert Camus

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