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


From the point of view of psychology and physiology, fear and rage are closely analogous emotions; the man who feels rage is not possessed of the highest kind of courage. The cruelty invariably displayed in suppressing Negro insurrections, communist rebellions and other threats to aristocracy, is an offshoot of cowardice, and deserves the same contempt as it bestowed upon the more obvious forms of that vice.
 Source: On Education, especially in early childhood, 1926, chap. 2 The Aims of Education
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