Wish I'd said that - May 29, 2016

“It is impossible to live without a metaphysic. The choice that is given us is not between some kind of metaphysic and no metaphysic; it is always between a good metaphysic and a bad metaphysic, a metaphysic that corresponds reasonably closely with observed and inferred reality and one that doesn’t.” Aldous Huxley in “Beliefs” (1937) quoted by John Derbyshire in National Review December 13, 2004