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Man’s Contest with the Machine Age
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Borrowing from a Russian, already a slave to the Anglo-American Machine Age, all they know or use of insanity, the authors of our industrial age have found boundaries and limits to their own conquest in “human limitation.” Human inability has placed a ceiling on the height man can go into space, upon the amount of technology that can be absorbed by a savage race and, less romantically but far more practically, upon the efficiency of a business office.

Man is in trouble. He has invented himself into a dead end. The more efficient his machinery, the clumsier become his mind and behavior.

It is our business to match the forward advance of the machine sciences with a comparable advance in the humanities. We have done so in Scientology.

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