Principium Volume I, Book 1, Quotes 33, 49, 72

33. (8-26-2012) [I]f old truths are to retain their hold on men’s minds, they must be restated in language and concepts of successive generations. What at one time are their most effective expressions gradually become so worn with use that they cease to carry a definite meaning.

- Friedrich von Hayek, 1899-1992

49. It is seldom that liberty of any kind is lost all at once.

- David Hume, 1711-1776

72. Fresh knowledge builds on existing knowledge.

- Christopher Hitchens – Goodbye to All That: Why Americans Are Not Taught History, 1998

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