biological half-lives quotes

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O life unlike to ours!
Who fluctuate idly without term or scope,
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... we're not out to benefit society, to remold existence, to make industry safe for anyone except ourselves, to give any small pe ...
These men had no need to travel to be as wise as Solomon in all his glory, so similar are the lives of men in all countries, and f ...
Each month
the blood sheets down
like good red rain.
The purpose of ritual for men is to learn the rules of power and competition. Watching sports together, for example, they see the ...
If the most significant characteristic of man is the complex of biological needs he shares with all members of his species, then t ...
One realizes that human relationships are the tragic necessity of human life; that they can never be wholly satisfactory, that eve ...
As the tragic writer rids us of what is petty and ignoble in our nature, so also the humorist rids us of what is cautious, calcula ...
At present, man applies to nature but half his force. He works on the world with his understanding alone. He lives in it, and mast ...
Its imaginary value will increase with the years, and if he [his grandson-in-law] lives to my age, or another half century, he may ...
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