Charles A. Lindbergh on ‘scientific man’

“Day after day, year after year, scientific man must serve the mechanistic Utopia he has built. If he failed to do so, his entire system would collapse. He does not have the lash at his back, as the common slave of old. He is driven by the more subtle whip of a system whose arm he needs for safety and whose dollars he must have for food, shelter, and the momentary dignity of life – a system which, in its diabolical knowledge, now holds the means of breeding even his mind and body for it’s service.”

 

Charles A Lindbergh, Of Flight and Life, pg. 38-39

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