• It would be a piece of ingenuousness to accuse the man of today of his lack of moral code. The accusation would leave him cold, or rather, would flatter him. Immoralism has become a commonplace, and anybody and everybody boasts of practising it.

    "The Revolt of the Masses". Book by José Ortega y Gasset. Chapter XV: "We Arrive At The Real Question", 1929.