Much madness is divinest sense to a discerning eye; much sense the starkest madness. â€™T is the majority in this, as all, prevails....Much madness is divinest sense to a discerning eye; much sense the starkest madness. â€™T is the majority in this, as all, prevails. Assent, and you are sane; demur,â€”you â€™re straightway dangerous, and handled with a chain.
All round there was a rising tide of beer, widow DÃ©sir's barrels had all been broached, beer had rounded all paunches and was overflowing in all directions, from noses, eyes - and elsewhere. People were so blown out and higgledy-piggledy, that everybody's elbows or knees were sticking into his neighbor and everybody thought it great fun to feel his neighbor's elbows. All mouths were grinning from ear to ear in continuous laughter.
Come now, hear how the Fire as it was separated caused the night-born shoots of men and tearful women to arise; for my tale is not off the point nor uninformed. Whole-natured forms first arose from the earth, having a portion both of water and fire. These did the fire, desirous of reaching its like, send up, showing as yet neither the charming form of the limbs, nor yet the voice and parts that are proper to men.
In other words, it is not so much a question as to whether we are able to cure a patient, whether we can or not, but whether we should or not.