« La pensée ne doit jamais se soumettre, ni à un dogme, ni à un parti, ni à une passion, ni à un intérêt, ni à une idée préconçue, ni à quoi que ce soit, si ce n'est aux faits eux-mêmes, parce que, pour elle, se soumettre, ce serait cesser d'être. »

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mercredi 29 janvier 2020

A Hundred Days of Trump, by David Remnick | The New Yorker April 23, 2017

[...] After the election of Donald Trump, for example, David Remnick, editor of the New Yorker and a noted progressive, lamented that “the electorate has, in its plurality, decided to live in Trump’s world of vanity, hate, arrogance, untruth, and recklessness” and that “people can behave foolishly, recklessly, self-destructively in the aggregate.”
The right-wing British Spectator, meanwhile, ran an article stating that “one of the reasons many people are skeptical about democracy is because they’re right to be.” Surveying these trends, Tom Clark proposed “the experts have had enough of the people” as a possible “slogan for 2017.” [...]

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