Top 50 Charles Darwin Quotes on Life, Education and Nature

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Top 50 Charles Darwin Quotes on Life, Education and Nature

Top 50 Charles Darwin Quotes on Life, Education and Nature

 

“A Man's Friendships are One of The Best Measures of his Worth.”

Charles Darwin 

  

“A man who Dares to Waste one hour of Time has Not Discovered the Value of Life.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“The Love for all Living Creatures is the most Noble Attribute of Man.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“In the Long History of Humankind (and Animal kind, too) those who Learned to Collaborate and Improvise most Effectively have Prevailed.” 

Charles Darwin 

  

“The very Essence of Instinct is that it's Followed Independently of Reason.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“Animals, whom we have Made our Slaves, we do Not Like to Consider our Equal.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“The World will Not be Inherited by the Strongest, it will be Inherited by those Most Able to Change.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“I Love Fools' Experiments. I am always Making them.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“If I had my Life to Live over Again, I would have Made a Rule to Read some Poetry and Listen to some Music at least once Every Week.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“The Mystery of the Beginning of all Things is Insoluble by us; and I for One must be Content to Remain an Agnostic.” 

Charles Darwin

   

“Nothing exists for itself Alone, but Only in Relation to other Forms of Life.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“A Moral being is One who is Capable of Reflecting on his Past actions and their Motives of Approving of some and Disapproving of Others. 

Charles Darwin

  

“It is Not the Biggest, the Brightest or the Best that will Survive, but those who Adapt the Quickest.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“Man tends to Increase at a Greater Rate than his Means of Subsistence.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“We must, however, Acknowledge, as it Seems to me, that Man with all his Noble Qualities... still Bears in his Bodily frame the indelible Stamp of his Lowly Origin.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“The highest Possible stage in Moral Culture is when we Recognize that we ought to Control our Thoughts.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“I have Called this Principle, by which each Slight Variation, if Useful, is Preserved, by the Term of Natural Selection.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“The more One Thinks, The more One Feels the Hopeless immensity of Man's Ignorance.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“We Stopped looking for Monsters under our Bed when we Realized that they were Inside Us.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“Man Tends to Increase at a Greater Rate than his Means of Subsistence.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“My Mind seems to have Become a Kind of Machine for Grinding general Laws out of Large Collections of Facts.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“There is No Fundamental Difference between Man and Animals in their Ability to Feel Pleasure and Pain, Happiness, and Misery.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“On the Ordinary view of each Species having been Independently Created, we Gain No Scientific Explanation.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“In the Struggle for Survival, the Fittest Win out at the Expense of their Rivals because they Succeed in Adapting themselves Best to their Environment.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“An American Monkey, after getting Drunk on Brandy, would Never Touch it again, and thus is much Wiser than most Men.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“Man is Descended from a Hairy, Tailed Quadruped, Probably Arboreal in its Habits.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“A Scientific man ought to have No Wishes, No Affections, - a mere Heart of Stone.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“A Mathematician is a Blind man in a Dark room Looking for a Black Cat which isn't there.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“Intelligence is based on how Efficient a Species became at Doing the things they Need to Survive.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“It is Impossible to Concieve of this Immense and Wonderful Universe as the Result of Blind Chance or Necessity.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“A Fair Result can be Obtained only by Fully Stating and Balancing the Facts and Arguments on both sides of each Question.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“How Paramount the Future is to the Present when One is Surrounded by Children.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“One General Law, Leading to the Advancement of all Organic beings, Namely, Multiply, Vary, let the Strongest live and the Weakest die.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“I am Sorry to have to Inform you that I do Not Believe in the Bible as a Divine Revelation, & therefore Not in Jesus Christ as the Son of God.” 

Charles Darwin

  

“Besides Love and Sympathy, Animals Exhibit other Qualities connected with the Social Instincts which in us would be called Moral.”

Charles Darwin