There Is Nothing That Fails Like Success

A few weeks ago, someone in a comment thread mentioned G.K. Chesterton’s Heretics, which I’m finally getting around to reading. Right there at the beginning there was a passage that struck me as worth considering during our post-election wandering in the desert:

Neither in the world of politics nor that of literature, then, has the rejection of general theories proved a success. It may be that t…

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