Bertrand Russell Quotes(バートランド・ラッセルの名言・警句)


Where there is delight in a process, there will be style, and the activity of production will itself have aesthetic quality. But when men assimilate themselves to machines and value only the consequences of their work, not the work itself, style disappears, to be replaced by something which to the mechanised man appears more natural, though in fact it is only more brutal.
Source: In praise of artificiality (written in Sept. 9, 1931 and pub. in Mortals and Others, v.1, 1975
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