Bertrand Russell Quote

The pleasure in planned construction is one of the most powerful motives in men who combine intelligence with energy; whatever can be constructed according to a plan, such men will endeavor to construct.


The Scientific Outlook, Chapter XII (p. 211), George Allen & Unwin. 1931

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The pleasure in planned construction is one of the most powerful motives in men who combine intelligence with energy; whatever can be constructed...

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The pleasure in planned construction is one of the most powerful motives in men who combine intelligence with energy; whatever can be constructed...

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The pleasure in planned construction is one of the most powerful motives in men who combine intelligence with energy; whatever can be constructed...

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The pleasure in planned construction is one of the most powerful motives in men who combine intelligence with energy; whatever can be constructed...