I can't concentrate long enough to write anything, nor have I long enough spaces of time to work a good groove, so instead I find myself reading old junk. And like a flash, what I should do dropped from the heavens: quotes of the day, changed as often as I remember. Quotes of who?
Me. Instead New Me (like freshly minted scripts like "What Pragmatism Is") or Old Me (like papers from yore like "Rhetoric and Dialectic in Plato"), there shall be Repeated Me:
"Sometimes I think those who are attracted to metaphilosophy are those who never want to lose an argument. Always wanting to win, or at the least never lose, will drive one to being familiar with arguments of all kinds and the various levels of arugments so that one is never caught off guard. This kind of pathology, of which I am no doubt susceptible, leads you to always try and stay one step ahead. Eventually, though, I think you figure out that there are no winners in philosophy qua argument, and so you become an expert at stalemate."
--Do Analysts and Metaphysicians Disagree?