Aldous Huxley Quote

The gods are just. No doubt. But their code of law is dictated, in the last resort, by the people who organize society; Providence takes its cue from men.


Retrospect: an omnibus of Aldous Huxley's books (ed. 1933)

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The gods are just. No doubt. But their code of law is dictated, in the last resort, by the people who organize society; Providence takes its cue from ...

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The gods are just. No doubt. But their code of law is dictated, in the last resort, by the people who organize society; Providence takes its cue from ...

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The gods are just. No doubt. But their code of law is dictated, in the last resort, by the people who organize society; Providence takes its cue from ...

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The gods are just. No doubt. But their code of law is dictated, in the last resort, by the people who organize society; Providence takes its cue from ...