Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Semi-random thoughts by Paul Kovacs

The best political system can be undermined. A law well concieved is easily subverted. One can not advocate a political system and neglect the quality of the individual.
In Nazi Germany, obedience to law became a vice, when the law of the land was manifestly wicked. Although fascist Italy copied verbatim Nazi Germany's laws, the readiness of millions of Italians to ignore the law was a saving virtue.
Without G-d , intellect becomes an anesthetic for the conscience. Sphere: Related Content

1 comment:

DFL said...

that last sentence is so true. i like the way you put things into perspective in a very short sentence.