Lila: An Inquiry Into Morals Quotes

Robert M. Pirsig
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"But the point of Phaedrus' thesis was the reason it came 'naturally' and that audiences responded to it 'naturally' was that the film reached a root source of American feelings for what is good. It is this source of what is good, this historic cultural system of American values, which is Indian," (p. 43).

"Values are not the least vague when you're dealing with them in terms of actual experience. It's only when you bring back statements about them and try to integrate them into the overall jargon of anthropology that they become vague," (p. 61).

"The Metaphysics of Quality would show how things become enormously more coherent—fabulously more coherent—when you start with an assumption that Quality is the primary empirical reality of the world....but showing that, of course, was a very big job..." (p. 67).

"Rigel continued, 'One of the things that angered me most...

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