What is the value of free speech if we have nothing of value to say.
What purpose does freedom of religion service if we no longer believe in anything.
This quote is from his book Utopia for Realists, which I wrote about a couple of days ago. Something to think about when we stand for basic human rights. We keep fighting for them for various reasons, but do we add value to society with things we are saying, doing or believing? Or is most of it just for selfish reasons.