Facts about Arthur Keith

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Arthur Keith was a famous Scientist from Scotland, who lived between February 5, 1866 and January 7, 1955. He/she became 88 years old.

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He/she is born under the zodiac aquarius, who is known for Knowledge, Humanitarian, Serious, Insightful, Duplicitous. Our collection contains 27 quotes who is written / told by Arthur.

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Famous quotes by Arthur Keith (27)


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"In a tribal organization, even in time of peace, service to tribe or state predominates over all self seeking; in war, service for the tribe or state becomes supreme, and personal liberty is suspended"
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"I prize the conditions under which I have lived because they have permitted me to choose my opportunities, to inquire into such matters as interested me, and to publish what I believed to be true, uncontrolled by any central authority"
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"We shall never understand the ethical system taught by Jesus unless we realize that he was a Jew, not only by birth, but that he lived and taught as a Jew; the Sermon on the Mount was addressed to his distracted fellow nationals"
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"It is just because civilization is ever evolving, changing, and becoming more complicated, that experts find it so difficult to define it in explicit terms"
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"Before the discovery of agriculture mankind was everywhere so divided, the size of each group being determined by the natural fertility of its locality"
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"Under no stretch of imagination can war be regarded as an ethical process; yet war, force, terror, and propaganda were the evolutionary means employed to weld the German people into a tribal whole"
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"Tolerance is held to be a condition of mind which is encouraged by, and is necessary for, civilization"
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"There are the further difficulties of building a population out of a diversity of races, each at a different stage of cultural evolution, some in need of restraint, many in need of protection; everywhere a bewildering Babel of tongues"
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"The proper balance between individual liberty and central authority is a very ancient problem"
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"The discovery of agriculture was the first big step toward a civilized life"
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"In every man there is an instinctive and passionate reaction if his person or liberty is attacked"
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"I am a rank individualist"
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"My personal conviction is that science is concerned wholly with truth, not with ethics"
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"Civilization, we shall find, like Universalism and Christianity, is anti evolutionary in its effects; it works against the laws and conditions which regulated the earlier stages of man's ascent"
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"Civilization never stands still; if in one country it is falling back, in another it is changing, evolving, becoming more complicated, bringing fresh experience to body and mind, breeding new desires, and exploiting Nature's cupboard for their satisfaction"
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"Good men, whether they be Christians or rationalists, do not desire to discriminate between races, but the distinctions implanted by Nature are too conspicuous to escape the observation of our senses"
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"Christianity has not conquered nationalism; the opposite has been the case nationalism has made Christianity its footstool"
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"A drunkard is one thing, and a temperate man is quite another"
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"Nowhere is Universalism welcomed and encouraged by a people; everywhere governments have forced and are forcing Universalism upon unwilling and resistant subjects"
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"Universalism as an ideal is as old as nay, is probably much more ancient than the Christian ideal"
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"There are very few men and women in whom a Universalist feeling is altogether lacking; its prevalence suggests that it must be part of our inborn nature and have a place in Nature's scheme of evolution"
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"The main force used in the evolving world of humanity has hitherto been applied in the form of war"
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"Reason has not tamed desire: it is as strong as ever"
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"No tribe unites with another of its own free will"
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"Man is by nature competitive, combative, ambitious, jealous, envious, and vengeful"
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"Whichever theory we adopt to give a rational explanation of human existence, that theory must take into account and explain the mental nature we see at work in all modern communities"
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"Tribal life comes automatically to an end when a primitive people begins to live in a town or a city, for sooner or later a tribal organization is found to be incompatible with life in a city"


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