Wendell Berry Quote

In living in the world by his own will and skill, the stupidest peasant or tribesman is more competent than the most intelligent worker or technician or intellectual in a society of specialists.


The Unsettling of America: Culture & Agriculture (ed. Counterpoint, 2015) - ISBN: 9781619026964

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In living in the world by his own will and skill, the stupidest peasant or tribesman is more competent than the most intelligent worker or technician ...

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In living in the world by his own will and skill, the stupidest peasant or tribesman is more competent than the most intelligent worker or technician ...

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In living in the world by his own will and skill, the stupidest peasant or tribesman is more competent than the most intelligent worker or technician ...

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In living in the world by his own will and skill, the stupidest peasant or tribesman is more competent than the most intelligent worker or technician ...