Michael Kinsley Quotes
“However well you do in the competition for the greatest toys, longest life, and healthiest brain, the best medical research indicates that eventually you’re going to be dead. And you’re going to stay dead for many years longer than you were alive, and all that will be left of you is people’s memories of you, which is to say, your reputation.”
“People understand this about physical disabilities. Someone with a broken leg will not, for that reason alone, be denied a job that requires typing. We are comfortable with the idea that physical health is not just a single number but a multiplicity of factors. That’s where we need to arrive about mental problems, too.”
- Date of birth: March 09, 1951
- Born: in Detroit, Michigan, The United States.
- Description: Michael Kinsley is a columnist for Time and a past editor of The New Republic, Harper's, and Slate. His writing has also appeared in The Economist, The New Yorker, and many other publications.