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Walter M. Miller Jr.
“When you tire of living, change itself seems evil, does it not? for then any change at all disturbs the deathlike peace of the life-weary.”
Walter M. Miller Jr., A Canticle for Leibowitz

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“... for no change comes calmly over the world...”
Walter M. Miller Jr., A Canticle for Leibowitz

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“....to abuse the intellect for reasons of pride, vanity, or escape from responsibility, is the fruit of that same tree.”
Walter M. Miller Jr., A Canticle for Leibowitz

Walter M. Miller Jr.
“What's to be believed? Or does it matter at all? When mass murder's been answered with mass murder, rape with rape, hate with hate, there's no longer much meaning in asking whose ax is bloodier. Evil, on evil, piled on evil. Was there any justification for what they did-or was there? We only know what that thing says, and that thing is a captive. The Asian radio has to say what will least displease it's government; ours has to say what will least displease our fine patriotic opinionated rabble, which is what, coincidentally, the government wants it to say anyhow, so where's the difference?”
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“To minimize suffering and to maximize security were natural and proper ends of society and Caesar. But then they became the only ends, somehow, and the only basis of law—a perversion. Inevitably, then, in seeking only them, we found only their opposites: maximum suffering and minimum security.”
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