F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940), on Intelligence ::

I don’t complain of conventional morality. I complain rather of the mediocre heretics who seize upon the findings of sophistication and adopt the pose of a moral freedom to which they are by no means entitled by their intelligences. – Maury Noble, a character in The Beautiful and Damned

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