It's a book a of aphorisms. The only other book I have read like this is Nassim Taleb's. I think this one is quite a bit better.
Where once you had to confess your sins to be saved, it now suffices to confess your disease.
Sanity is correspondence at the expense of coherence. Madness is coherence at the expense of correspondence.
Whatever you have done, you are the sort of person who would do that.
You never violate your principles: you only discover that they are not what you thought they were.
Man is everywhere in chains, which imposes a substantial evidentiary burden on those who claim that he is born to be free.
The practicing capitalist is a capitalist; the practicing anarchist is a terrorist; the practicing socialist is a thief.
Abroad we make our soldiers pretend to be policemen, and at home we let our policemen pretend to be soldiers.