James William Fulbright - From the Earth category:
- address to the Foreign Policy Association, NYC, 1945...
What a curious picture it is to find man, homo sapiens, of divine origin, we are told, seriously considering going underground to escape the consequences of his own folly. With a little wisdom and foresight, surely it is not yet necessary to forsake life in the fresh air and in the warmth of the sunlight. What a paradox if our own cleverness in science should force us to live underground with the moles. (James William Fulbright)
James William Fulbright - From the Thought category:
We must dare to think 'unthinkable' thoughts. We must learn to explore all the options and possibilities that confront us in a complex and rapidly changing world. (James William Fulbright)
James William Fulbright - From the Tyranny category:
Power confuses itself with virtue and tends also to take itself for omnipotence. (James William Fulbright)