Julian Huxley Quote

What the job really boils down to is this — the fullest realization of man's possibilities, whether by the individual, by the community, or by the species in its processional adventure along the corridors of time. Every man-jack of us begins as a mere speck of potentiality, a spherical and microscopic egg-cell. During the nine months before birth, this automatically unfolds into a truly miraculous range of organization: after birth, in addition to continuing automatic growth and development, the individual begins to realize his mental possibilities — by building up a personality, by developing special talents, by acquiring knowledge and skills of various kinds, by playing his part in keeping society going.


Transhumanism (1957)

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What the job really boils down to is this — the fullest realization of man's possibilities, whether by the individual, by the community, or by the...

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What the job really boils down to is this — the fullest realization of man's possibilities, whether by the individual, by the community, or by the...

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What the job really boils down to is this — the fullest realization of man's possibilities, whether by the individual, by the community, or by the...

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What the job really boils down to is this — the fullest realization of man's possibilities, whether by the individual, by the community, or by the...