John Galsworthy Quote

Men are in fact, quite unable to control their own inventions; they at best develop adaptability to the new conditions those inventions create.


The Works of John Galsworthy (ed. 1923)

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Men are in fact, quite unable to control their own inventions; they at best develop adaptability to the new conditions those inventions create.

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Men are in fact, quite unable to control their own inventions; they at best develop adaptability to the new conditions those inventions create.

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Men are in fact, quite unable to control their own inventions; they at best develop adaptability to the new conditions those inventions create.

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Men are in fact, quite unable to control their own inventions; they at best develop adaptability to the new conditions those inventions create.