Brigid Brophy Quote

Reason is necessarily the language of moral, political, and scientific argument: not because reason is holy or on some elevated plane, but because it isn't; because it is accessible to all humans; because, as well as working, it can be seen to work.


In: Stanley and Rosiland Godlovitch and John Harris (eds.), Animals, Men and Morals: An Enquiry into the Maltreatment of NonHumans

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