“I want to find a way to describe a world in which people are valued not for what they produce but for who they are—in which dignity is not a precarious state.”
Excellent and important meditation by Masha Gessen on totalitarianism and Orwell’s essay, The Prevention of Literature.
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Yes, love the quote. We need to value people based on their humanity. Human dignity is important not matter whether a person is a street beggar or a prince.
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