Sunday, 11 May 2014


Cross-posted from

Peter Ryley writes on the difference between scepticism and cynycism, and on No-Fly Zones. An extract:
Scepticism is wholly to be welcomed and is based on evidence, investigation and critical thinking. Cynicism is a posture. It is a generalised mocking stance, one that is inherently conservative. That might sound odd, cynicism often has a radical sound. Yet it answers the question, ‘what can we do’ with one word: ‘nothing’. It is a recipe for paralysis and posing.
Read the rest: Cynicism.

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