Bertrand Russell Quote

Why in any case, this glorification of man? How about lions and tigers? They destroy fewer animals or human lives than we do, and they are much more beautiful than we are. How about ants? They manage the Corporate State much better than any Fascist. Would not a world of nightingales and larks and deer be better than our human world of cruelty and injustice and war? The believers in Cosmic Purpose make much of our supposed intelligence, but their writings make one doubt it. If I were granted omnipotence, and millions of years to experiment in, I should not think Man much to boast of as the final result of all my efforts.


Religion and Science (1935)

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Why in any case, this glorification of man? How about lions and tigers? They destroy fewer animals or human lives than we do, and they are much more...

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Why in any case, this glorification of man? How about lions and tigers? They destroy fewer animals or human lives than we do, and they are much more...

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Why in any case, this glorification of man? How about lions and tigers? They destroy fewer animals or human lives than we do, and they are much more...

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Why in any case, this glorification of man? How about lions and tigers? They destroy fewer animals or human lives than we do, and they are much more...