Georges Cuvier Quote

In spite of what moralists say, the animals are scarcely less wicked or less unhappy than we are ourselves. The arrogance of the strong, the servility of the weak, low rapacity, ephemeral pleasure purchased by great effort, death preceded by long suffering, all belong to the animals as they do to men.


Recueil des Éloges Historiques 1819–27, Vol. 1

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In spite of what moralists say, the animals are scarcely less wicked or less unhappy than we are ourselves. The arrogance of the strong, the...

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In spite of what moralists say, the animals are scarcely less wicked or less unhappy than we are ourselves. The arrogance of the strong, the...

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In spite of what moralists say, the animals are scarcely less wicked or less unhappy than we are ourselves. The arrogance of the strong, the...

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In spite of what moralists say, the animals are scarcely less wicked or less unhappy than we are ourselves. The arrogance of the strong, the...