Monday, December 12, 2005

Mentor's Moment

Roy's more than superb meditation on the Nobel Laureate acknowledgement of Pinter reminds me of the card in Dr Shaffer's garage. It was a quote from one of his books, don't know which.

"A fact marks the place where inquiry was stopped."

At the risk of lesse praeceptor I amend the thought for clarity:

A fact marks the spot where inquiry was interrupted.

Go mull.
-- ml

1 comment:

  1. I like saying that "When you make up your mind, your mind stops making."