Thursday, November 23, 2023


Ronald Knox (1888-1957), Broadcast Minds (London: Sheed & Ward, 1932), p. 10:
The immediate danger I foresee is what I call broadcastmindedness. By that I mean, primarily, the habit of taking over, from self-constituted mentors, a ready-made, standardized philosophy of life, instead of constructing, with however imperfect materials, a philosophy of life for oneself.