Victor Serge

“It has been observed that I show hardly any interest in talking about myself. It is hard for me to disentangle my own person from the social processes, the ideas and activities in which it has shared, which matter more than it does and which give it value. I do not think of myself as at all an individualist: rather as a 'personalist', in that I view human personality as a supreme value, only integrated in society and history. The experience and thought of one man have no significance that deserves to last, except in this sense.”

Victor Serge, Memoirs of a Revolutionary
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Memoirs of a Revolutionary Memoirs of a Revolutionary by Victor Serge
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