In Hanover Park they highlighted the terrible plight of backyard dwellers and the fact that year after year nothing has been done to help you: the hope and despair you all live with every day.
It seems this is an age of clever critics who keep bewailing the fact that there are no works worthy of criticism.
To be famous, in fact, one has only to kill one’s landlady.
Narcissism and the Confederate dead cannot be connected logically, or even historically; even were the connection an historical fact, they would not stand connected as art, for no one experiences raw history.
The mood in which my book was conceived and executed, was in fact to some extent a passing one.
The fact that I spend a lot of time in the 18th century doesn’t mean I’m not concerned with the 21st.
A work survives its readers; after a hundred or two hundred years, it is read by new readers who impose on it new modes of reading and interpretation. The work survives because of these interpretations, which are, in fact, resurrections: without them, there would be no work.
Cause and effect are two sides of one fact.
Special emphasis should be laid on this intimate interrelation of general statements about empirical fact with the logical elements and structure of theoretical systems.
Bad reasoning as well as good reasoning is possible; and this fact is the foundation of the practical side of logic.