05/12/2004: Thought for the Day:
My main problem with people who have "moral clarity" is that usually it means they have stopped thinking about the problem. They have reached a conclusion that fits nicely with their other preconceived conclusions and they ignore or rationalize away all the loose ends of their often untenable position. They don't want to think about it any more because if they start to chip away, they're afraid the whole house of cards will come down. At the core of this is laziness.
--Carlton Vogt [InfoWorld ethics columnist]
Len on 05.12.04 @ 06:38 AM CST