Morality 195 "We have, in fact, two kinds of morality side by side; one which we preach but do not practice, and another which we practice but seldom preach." Bertrand Russell. 1928. Gross, ed. Oxford Book of Aphorisms.
Morality 198 "Morality is the theory that every human act must be either right or wrong, and that 99 percent of them are wrong." H. L. Mencken. Portable Curmudgeon.
Morality 250 "...the followers of the ‘golden rule’ may indulge in hopes of heaven, but they must reckon with the certainty that other people will be masters of the earth." T.H. Huxley. From Evolution and Ethics. 1894. Gross, ed. Essays.
Morality 251 "What would become of the garden if the gardener treated all the weeds and slugs and birds and trespassers as he would like to be treated...?" T.H. Huxley. From Evolution and Ethics. 1894. Gross, ed. Essays.
Morality 54 "In fact you're so earnest about morality…that I hate to think how essentially immoral you must be underneath." Lewis, Babbitt.
Morality 205 "I tell you there’s nothing to immorality; it don’t pay." Lewis, Babbitt.
Morality 270 Hearn: "It seems to me you just do the thing that seems best at the moment, and worry about the rest of it later…that’s bourgeois morality." Hearn. Mailer, The Naked and the Dead.
Morality 461 "He [Sir Thomas] had sacrificed the right to the expedient." Austen, Mansfield Park.