Aldous Huxley Quote

[...] Technology has tended to devaluate the traditional vision-inducing materials. The illumination of a city, for example, was once a rare event, reserved for victories and national holidays, for the canonization of saints and the crowning of kings. Now it occurs nightly and celebrates the virtues of gin, cigarettes and toothpaste.


Complete Essays: 1956-1963, and supplement, 1920-1948 (ed. 2002)

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Technology has tended to devaluate the traditional vision-inducing materials. The illumination of a city, for example, was once a rare event,...

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Technology has tended to devaluate the traditional vision-inducing materials. The illumination of a city, for example, was once a rare event,...

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Technology has tended to devaluate the traditional vision-inducing materials. The illumination of a city, for example, was once a rare event,...

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Technology has tended to devaluate the traditional vision-inducing materials. The illumination of a city, for example, was once a rare event,...