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Walden Two Quotes

B. F. Skinner
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"'I mean you've got to experiment, and experiment with your own life! Not just sit back—not just sit back in an ivory tower somewhere—as if your life weren't all mixed up in it.' He stopped again. Perhaps this was my Achilles heel." —Rogers talking to Burris, Chapter 1, page 5

"'That's the virtue of Walden Two which pleases me most. I was never happy in being waited on. I could never enjoy the fleshpots for thinking of what might be going on below stairs.' It was obviously a borrowed expression, for Frazier's early life had not been affluent. But he suddenly continued in a loud, clear voice which could leave no doubt of his sincerity, 'Here a man can hold up his head and say, 'I've done my share!'" —Chapter 8. page 52

"I realized suddenly that Frazier, in a quite literal sense, seldom...

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