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|Colette, Sidonie Gabrielle Mankind differs from the animals only by a little and |
most people throw that away. - Confucius The following general definition of an
animal: a system of different organic molecules that have combined with one ...
|“There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference|
. That little difference is attitude. The big ... “Mankind differs from the animals only
by a little, and most people throw that away.” “Ignorance is the night of the ...
|Without a set of firm well‐developed behavioral rules, people are out of balance |
and they rule on anarchy and chaos, which results into bloodshed and war, ...
Mankind differs from the animals only by a little, and most people throw that away
|Mankind differs from the animals only by a little, and most people throw that away|
. Confucius, c.551–479 BC PTSD may well exist in many species, although this
remains tobe demonstrated. If this turnsout to be the case, we have much to learn
|3. Our. 'Hunter-Gatherer'. origins. Mankind differs from the animals only by a little |
and most people throw that away - Confucius In this chapter, we will discover that
: • Evolution, through natural selection, has led to an exquisitely-designed ...
|“The superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in his ac- tions. ... “|
Nobler people must practice what they preach and later practice what they
preach. ... “Mankind differs from the animals only by a little and most people throw
|other animals. The difficulty is that, one by one, these supposedly human |
characteristics have been observed or cultivated in other animals. Chimps, for ...
5 Although apes lack organs of speech and can never make the sounds humans
use, some of them have learned to use language quite proficiently. ... Can you
put it Humankinddiffersfrom the animals only bya little, and most people throw
|As his pupil Men- cius put it: “That whereby man differs from the lower animals is |
little. Most people throw it away.” The greatest fortune of a people would be to
keep ignorant persons from public office, and secure their wisest men to rule
|Two thousand and five hundred years ago, a Chinese scholar known throughout the world as Confucius spent a lifetime wandering and spreading words of wisdom among all he met.|
|He was frightened of Yellow Eyes, who was cruel and strong, and much more |
clever than Long Nose or Cave Dweller. First Manknew that the broken, gnawed
bones of many of the other Animal People lay outside Yellow Eyes' den. But he
listened ... “Take only a little,” said Yellow Eyes. ... The warm magic thing was
very heavy in his hand and was biting his skin, so First Man threw it away up into