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Bertrand Russell Quotes of the Day 366
Fear is the source from which all these evils spring, and fear, as is apt to happen in a panic, inspires the very actions which bring about the disasters that are dreaded. The dangers are real -- they are indeed greater than at any previous time in human history-- but all yielding to hysteria increases them. It is our clear duty in this difficult time, not only to know the dangers, but to view them calmly and rationally in spite of knowledge of their magnitude. Orwell's world of 1984, if we allow it to exist, will not exist for long. It will be only the prelude to universal death.
From: Bertrand Russell: Symptoms of Orwell's 1984.
Russell's library , Aug. 1972.
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