THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY TWO

Went through some old books today and found this bit ripped out from Brave New World. On what to want. “Exposing what is mortal and unsure to all that fortune, death and danger dare, even for an eggshell. Isn’t there something in that?” he asked, looking up at Mustapha Mond. “Quite apart from God–though of courseContinue reading “THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY TWO”

THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY EIGHT

From Alfred Whitehead’s Science and the Modern World. “Modern science has imposed on humanity the necessity for wandering. Its progressive thought and its progressive technology make the transition through time, from generation to generation, a true migration into uncharted seas of adventure. The very benefit of wandering is that it is dangerous and needs skillContinue reading “THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY EIGHT”