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biology Quotes

Nine of the best book quotes about biology
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“What made someone a mother? Was it biology alone, or was it love?”
Celeste Ng
author
Little Fires Everywhere
book
Mia Warren
Linda McCulloughs
Elena Richardson
characters
love
mothers
biology
motherhood
concepts
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“By their very nature chemical controls are self-defeating, for they have been devised and applied without taking into account the complex biological systems against which they have been blindly hurled.”
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“In nature, nothing exists alone.”
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“The ‘control of nature’ is a phrase conceived in arrogance, born of the Neanderthal age of biology and the convenience of man.”
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“So we set out to make biological attractions. Living attractions. Attractions so astonishing they would capture the imagination of the entire world.”
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Everything you value is a product of unimaginably lengthy developmental processes, personal, cultural, biological.
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“What seems to be clear is that we humans are an accumulation of our traumatic experiences, that each trauma contributes to our biology, and that this biology determines, to some extent, how we respond to further traumatic events as they emerge in our lives.”
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“Biology sees right and wrong as the same color in different light.”
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“Yes, even in your mouse moods you only play with the idea of not being.” She cleared her throat again. “Biology, you see. It’s because of biology that we come to a time when we want to die and not to live.”

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