20 August 2009

Quote of the Day

The most successful ideological effects are the ones that have no need of words, but only of laissez-faire and complicitous silence.
Pierre Bourdieu, French sociologist 1992, in The Logic of Practice (h/t Gillian Tett)


Not Whitey Bulger said...

Complicitous silence? You mean like the silence of all those good, hard working climate scientists you know?

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