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Harvey Cox Quotes
Brief author info: Harvey Cox (1929- ) American educator and writer.
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The Negro revolt is not aimed at winning friends but at winning freedom, not interpersonal warmth but institutional justice.
The real ecumenical crisis today is not between Catholics and Protestants but between traditional and experimental forms of church life.
The real illness of the American city today, and especially of the deprived groups within it, is voice-lessness.
It is always the task of the intellectual to "think otherwise." This is not just a perverse idiosyncrasy. It is an absolutely essential feature of a society.
The political is replacing the metaphysical as the characteristic mode of grasping reality.
Man must now assume the responsibility for his world. He can no longer shove it off on religious power.
Not to decide is to decide.
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