Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for January 05, 2015
Hobbes: "How are you doing on your New Year's resolutions?" Calvin: "I didn't make any" Calvin: "See. In order to improve oneself, one must have some idea of what's "good." That implies certain values" Calvin: "But as we all know, values are relative. Every system of belief is equally valid and we need to tolerate diversity. Virtue isn't "better" than vice. It's just different" Hobbes: "I don't know if I an tolerate that much tolerance" Calvin: "I refuse to be victimized by notions of virtuous behavior"