There is nothing more likely to drive a man mad, than the being unable to get rid of the idea of the distinction between right and wrong, and an obstinate, constitutional preference of the true to the agreeable.

William Hazlitt (1778-1830) English writer
Lectures on the English Poets, “On Swift, Young, Gray, Collins &c.” (1818).
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