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The machine has no feelings, it feels no fear and no hope ... it operates according to the pure logic of probability. For this reason I assert that the robot perceives more accurately than man.

MAX FRISCH, Homo Faber: A Report

It is always the moralists who do the most harm. Abortion is the logical outcome of civilization, only the jungle gives birth and moulders away as nature decrees. Man plans.

MAX FRISCH, Homo Faber: A Report

Technology: the knack of so arranging the world that we don't have to experience it.

MAX FRISCH, Homo Faber

I don't deny that it was more than a coincidence which made things turn out as they did, it was a whole train of coincidences. But what has providence to do with it? I don't need any mystical explanation for the occurrence of the improbable; mathematics explains it adequately, as far as I'm concerned.

MAX FRISCH, Homo Faber

There is no such thing, as far as I'm concerned, as ownership in love.

MAX FRISCH, The Great Fury of Philip Hotz


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