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- Cooper, Edmund[wp]
- Let them have equal opportunity, I'm all in favour of it. [...] My point is, that in equal competition - and let them have totally equal competition, let them compete against men - they'll see that they can't make it.
- Schopenhauer, Arthur[wp]
- The nobler and more perfect a thing is, the later and slower is it in reaching maturity. Man reaches the maturity of his reasoning and mental faculties scarcely before he is eight and twenty; woman when she is eighteen; but hers is a reason of very narrow limitations. This is why women remain children all their lives, for they always see only what is near at hand, cling to the present, take the appearance of a thing for reality, and prefer trifling things to the most important. - On Women (1851)
- "We Must Love One Another or Die"[ext] - Interview mit Edmund Cooper, durch James Goddard, Oktober 2006 (174 KB, S. 3)