Wendell Berry Quote

Man... is the center of the universe only in the sense that wherever he is it seems to him that he is at the center of his own horizon; the truth is that he is only a part of a vast complex of life, on the totality and the order of which he is blandly dependent.


The Hudson Review, Autumn, 1970

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Man... is the center of the universe only in the sense that wherever he is it seems to him that he is at the center of his own horizon; the truth is...

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Man... is the center of the universe only in the sense that wherever he is it seems to him that he is at the center of his own horizon; the truth is...

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Man... is the center of the universe only in the sense that wherever he is it seems to him that he is at the center of his own horizon; the truth is...

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Man... is the center of the universe only in the sense that wherever he is it seems to him that he is at the center of his own horizon; the truth is...