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120,721.  Poor human nature – what horrible crimes have been committed in thy name!  (Anarchism & Human Nature)  Emma Goldman, Anarchism and Other Essays ***** audiobook 6.57.08

 

 

63,537.  Subdue your appetites, my dears, and you’ve conquered human nature.  (Appetite & Nature)  Charles Dickens, Nicholas Nickleby, Mr Squeers

 

 

92,076.  There’s nothing that destroys your faith more in human nature than meeting some poor bastard who’s as mad as yourself.  (Unemployment & Nature)  John Sergeant Meets Rab C Nesbitt, Rab on holiday

 

 

535.  I suspect that religion is simply a parasite on a much older moral sense ...  But it is surely far more moral to do good things for their own sake rather than as a way of sucking up to God.  Our true sense of right and wrong has nothing to do with religion.  I believe there is kindness, charity and generosity in human nature.  And I think there is a Darwinian explanation for this.  (Religion & Good & Right & Wrong & Nature & Evolution & Morality & Faith)  Professor Richard Dawkins, The Root of all Evil? The Virus of Faith

 

 

82,456.  I do lack some part

Of that quick spirit that is in Antony.  William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar I ii 28

 

 

78,252.  Yet I do fear thy nature.

It is too full o’ th’ milk of human kindness

To catch the nearest way.  (Kindness & Nature Human)  William Shakespeare, The Tragedy of Macbeth I v 15-17, Lady Macbeth

 

 

1,198.  The power and corrigible authority of this lies in our wills.  If the beam of our lives had not one scale of reason to poise another of sensuality, the blood and baseness of our natures would conduct us to most preposterous conclusions.  But we have reason to cool our raging motions, our carnal stings, our unbitted lusts.  (Life’s Like That & Will & Natures & Reason)  William Shakespeare, Othello I iii @325

 

82,457.  Is this the noble nature

Whom passion could not shake?  whose solid virtue

The shot of accident nor dart of chance

Could neither graze nor pierce?  ibid.  IV i 277

 

 

82,458.  Such a nature,

Tickled with good success, disdains the shadow

Which he treads on at noon.  William Shakespeare, Coriolanus I i 259-261, Sicinius

 

 

82,459.  How hard it is to hide the sparks of nature!  William Shakespeare, Cymbeline III iii 79, Belarius

 

 

82,460.  A devil, a born devil, on whose nature

Nurture can never stick; on whom my pains,

Humanely taken, all, all lost, quite lost.  William Shakespeare, The Tempest IV i @188, Prospero

 

 

4,211.  Lastly, in the deepest and dimmest recesses of the unconscious, there lurks the nature of man himself.  On it, clearly, he will concentrate the supreme effort of his mind and of his creative initiative.  Mankind will not have ceased to crawl before God, Tsar and Capital only in order to surrender meekly to dark laws of heredity and blind sexual selection.  Man will strive to control his own feelings, to raise his instincts to the height of his conscious mind, and to bring clarity into them; to channel his will-power into his unconscious depths; and in this way he will lift himself into new eminence.  (Humanity & Man & Nature)  Vladimir Lenin

 

 

4,253.  This is where a century of enquiry into human behaviour fought out on the airwaves has brought us.  We are undoubtedly products of our biology, and the potential for human failing will always be there.  But that doesn’t mean we’re slaves to our nature.  The sophistication of the human brain and the ways in which we live together have given us the power to recognise and master our worst impulses.  This after all is what being human is all about.  (Think & Human Being & Psychology & Biology & Behaviour & Nature & Brain)  Great Thinkers: In Their Own Worlds 1/3 Human, All Too Human

 

 

5,488.  Although we feel we are free in reality we like the politicians have become the slaves of our own desires.  We have forgotten that we can be more than that.  That there are other sides to human nature.  (Freedom & Nature & Politics)  Adam Curtis, The Century of the Self

 

 

6,316.  Giving style to one’s character – a great and rare art!  It is exercised by those who see all the strengths and weaknesses of their own natures and then comprehend them in an artistic plan until everything appears as art and reason and even weakness delights the eye.  (Self & Character & Human Nature)  Friedrich Nietzsche

 

 

6,349.  There comes a time when all that remains for us to do is to surrender to the idiosyncrasies of our nature.  (Self & Eccentricity & Nature)  Floriano Martins

 

 

6,701.  You put too much stock in human intelligence, it doesn’t annihilate human nature.  (Intelligence & Nature Human)  Philip Roth, American Pastoral
 

 

25,357.  You can alter our physiology but you cannot change our nature.  We will betray you.  We are Borg.  (Star Trek & Nature)  Star Trek: Voyager: The Gift s4e2, Seven of Nine to Janeway

 

 

25,952.  Lesson #11:  You can’t change human nature.  (War & Nature)  Robert S McNamara, The Fog of War 2003, director Errol Morris, music Philip Glass

 

 

71,860.  Two things control men’s nature, instinct and experience.  (Experience & Nature & Instinct)  Blaise Pascal

 

 

82,461.  Human nature is complex.  Even if we do have inclinations toward violence, we also have inclination to empathy, to cooperation, to self-control.  (Nature & Violence & Empathy)  Steven Pinker

 

 

82,462.  It is not to be expected that human nature will change in a day.  Frank B Kellogg

 

 

4,226.  Scenery is fine – but human nature is finer.  (Humanity & Nature & Nature Human)  John Keats

 

 

87,082.  There is an electric fire in human nature tending to purify – so that among these human creatures there is continually some birth of new heroism.  The pity is that we must wonder at it, as we should at finding a pearl in rubbish.  (Rubbish & Humanity & Hero & Nature)  John Keats

 

 

82,464.  To feel much for others and little for ourselves; to restrain our selfishness and exercise our benevolent affections, constitute the perfection of human nature.  Adam Smith

 

 

82,465.  The principle that human nature, in its psychological aspects, is nothing more than a product of history and given social relations removes all barriers to coercion and manipulation by the powerful.  Noam Chomsky 

 

 

82,468.  Human nature is not totally fixed, but on any realistic scale, evolutionary processes are much too slow to affect it.  Noam Chomsky

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