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on Jun 13th 2005, 18:30:28, domandologo wrote the following about

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I don't like to read that last lines of books until I arrive there, but with Helena Curtis' 1159 page textbook »Biology« (Worth Publishers 1983) I make a notable exception:

»In the age of dinosaurs, the earliest primates survived, it would appear, largely by their own wits; now, if we are to survive the monsters of our own creating, we will have to do it again, by the contents of our own skulls. For within the human mind – that complex collection of neurons and synapses – resides the uniquely human capacity to accumulate knowledge, to plan with foresight, and so to act with enlightened self-interest and even, on occasion, with compassion.«


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