A totalitarian society which succeeded in perpetuating itself would probably set up a schizophrenic system of thought, in which the laws of common sense held good in everyday life and in certain exact sciences, but could be disregarded by the politician, the historian, and the sociologist.

Source:The Prevention of Literature (January 1946); The Collected Essays, Journalism and Letters of George Orwell (1968), Volume IV, Page 64
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