I’ve been reading Ideas Have Consequences recently, and though I’m only a couple chapters into it, it’s a great book so far. There are a ton of things that I would want to excerpt here, but I don’t think I’m going to do them all. It would just be too much. So I’ll post a few and you’ll have to read the book yourself for the rest of the awesomeness.
It must be apparent that logic depends upon a dream, and not the dream upon it. We must admit this when we realize that logical processes rest ultimately on classification, that classification is by identification, and that identification is intuitive.
~ p. 21