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Human beings may be miserable specimens, in the main, but we can learn, and, through learning, become decent people.

("Ender's Game")


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God, our genes, our environment, or some stupid programmer keying in code at an ancient terminal - there's no way free will can ever exist if we as individuals are the result of some external cause.
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I fell into playwriting accidentally, took some classes in it, and also took creative writing classes, but I really didn't expect it to be a career because I didn't believe there was a way to make money as a playwright without being lucky and I didn't feel particularly lucky.
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One mind can think only of its own questions; it rarely surprises itself.
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That was interesting, to find that it wasn't hunger that caused children to become bullies on the street. The bulliness was already in the child, and whatever the stakes were, they would find a way to act as they needed to act. … Intelligence and education, which all these children had, apparently didn't make any important difference in human nature.
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Thank God for you, Ender. Thank God.
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So the whole war is because we can't talk to each other.
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