Lawrence Durrell (1912-1990), From the Elephant's Back
(Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2015), p. 39:
The trouble seems to me to be in the act of opinionation itself—because
fundamentally when we address ourselves to the enjoyable task of rearranging
the world into a juster and more equitable pattern we never consider ourselves as
taking part in the plan. We are outside it somehow, directing the operation: the
other fellow must change his ways. Thinking so directed cannot help but end in a
magic formula which argues ill for somebody else's freedom.