Pyotr Kropotkin

“Man is a result of both his inherited instincts and his education. Among the miners and the seamen, their common occupations and their every-day contact with one another create a feeling of solidarity, while the surrounding dangers maintain courage and pluck. In the cities, on the contrary, the absence of common interest nurtures indifference, while courage and pluck, which seldom find their opportunities, disappear, or take another direction. Moreover,”


Pyotr Kropotkin, Mutual Aid: a factor of evolution
Read more quotes from Pyotr Kropotkin


Share this quote:
Twitter icon

Friends Who Liked This Quote


To see what your friends thought of this quote, please sign up!

0 likes
All Members Who Liked This Quote

None yet!


This Quote Is From

Mutual Aid: a factor of evolution Mutual Aid: a factor of evolution by Pyotr Kropotkin
1,448 ratings, average rating, 83 reviews

Browse By Tag