"I never in my life said anything merely because I thought it funny; though, of course, I have had ordinary human vain-glory, and may have thought it funny because I had said it. It is one thing to describe an interview with a gorgon or a griffin, a creature who does not exist. It is another thing to discover that the rhinoceros does exist and then take pleasure in the fact that he looks as if he didn't."
from Chapter One-Introduction in Defence of Everything Else
from his book Orthodoxy.
Chen(Grace) Basilieu Theos Part III
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