"As the great philosopher Aristotle suggested, a golden mean or middle ground is often where the answer lies, but where by necessity serious tension (pulled from both sides) occurs. Moreover, as Scottish philosopher Thomas Carlyle, once said, "Let truth contend in the marketplace of ideas." Carlyle was confident that truth should be given freedom and space to be discussed, and in his Enlightenment age, he believed rational minds and reason would prevail."
-Ravi Zacharias