“For me this is his role and he’s talking about goggles, you know. And everybody’s got a set of goggles. Everybody thinks his own set was given to him by God, and is universal, natural and is supposed to be. And what he’s saying: this isn’t. Just for a minute—think of the possibility that maybe your set of goggles is a private idiosyncratic set of goggles. And suppose that the generation before had a different set of goggles and you got this set of goggles and you both think you’re looking at the same way—and you’re not.”

— conversation