Word of the Day

Word of the Day: Constative
 
Definition: (noun, adj)
 
1) A statement that can be judged as true or false.
2) Capable of being true or false.
 
Etymology:
 
From Latin constare (to stand firm). Earliest documented use: 1901.

Quote of the Day

Either you repeat the same conventional doctrines everybody is saying, or else you say something true, and it will sound like it’s from Neptune.
 
Noam Chomsky

Quote of the Day

A man’s natural rights are his own, against the whole world; and any infringement of them is equally a crime, whether committed by one man, or by millions; whether committed by one man, calling himself a robber, (or by any other name indicating his true character,) or by millions, calling themselves a government.
Lysander Spooner

Quote of the Day

All the seven deadly sins are man’s true nature. To be greedy. To be hateful. To have lust. Of course, you have to control them, but if you’re made to feel guilty for being human, then you’re going to be trapped in a never-ending sin-and-repent cycle that you can’t escape from.
 
Marilyn Manson