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“There are some also who, either from zeal in attending to their own business or through some sort of aversion to their fellow-men, claim that they are occupied solely with their own affairs, without seeming to themselves to be doing anyone any injury.”
“-- You remember the Samurai that H.G. Wells describes in his Modern Utopia -- the superior breed of men who know things and are masters of life and of their fellow-men in a super-benevolent, super-wise way?”
“Concerning his own rages, I am convinced that they are not real, that they are sometimes experiments, but that in the main they are the habits of a pose or attitude he has seen fit to take toward his fellow-men.”
“Let us lap ourselves in dreams of what our fellow-men will be.”
“I had lost taste for my fellow-men and all their foolish, little, serious endeavours.”
“In mid-fifteenth-century Italy, Franciscan monks formed church-based financial societies and pawnshops called monti di pietà, charitable economic institutions that allowed Christians to loan money at interest to Christians.100 As one Franciscan explained in his history of these outfits, the problem was that Jews and Lombards advanced money in order to enrich themselves and not to serve their “fellow-men” out of “Christian charity.””
“I saw an insurmountable barrier placed between me and my fellow-men; this barrier was sealed with the blood of”
“You want opportunity to plunder your fellow-men in your own small way, but you hypnotize yourselves into thinking you want freedom.”
“From this we must conclude that it does not do to be HUMANE and GENEROUS to our fellow-men -- when they are tramps.”
“Here and there, it is true, there were atavisms, men who yearned for the flesh-pots and cannibal-feasts of the old alleged “individualism,” creatures long of teeth and savage of claw who wanted to prey upon their fellow-men; but they were looked upon as diseased, and were treated in hospitals.”
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