Posted on December 5, 2005. Filed under: Uncategorized |

“Immanuel Kant was right when he opposed the notion of the philosopher king, on the grounds that ‘the possession of power is inevitably fatal to the free exercise of reason.’ We should certainly be wary of any philosopher who would be king. But in the case of Michael Ignatieff, he should be wary of us. “


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