Bernard Werber - Quotes

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Ants can live together in solidarity and forget themselves in the community. In a normative capitalist society, everyone is an egoist. In the ants' civilization, you are part of the group; you don't live for yourself alone. ---->>>

Can we ever really know anyone well? Let's just say we often found ourselves in each other's company and neither of us minded. ---->>>

Science fiction is my way of pushing the imagination onward. It's a way to understand how the world will look in the future. ---->>>

The best way to renew thought is to go outside the human imagination. ---->>>

Judaism is in all my books. ---->>>

We of the modern age are a bridge between the old human and the new one. We still have the mentality of the old human - a slave mentality, like the Children of Israel in Egypt: too controlled, full of fear. ---->>>


Nationality: French
Born: 09-18, 1961
Birthplace: Toulouse, France
Occupation: Writer

Bernard Werber (born 1961 in Toulouse) is a French science fiction writer, active since the 1990s. He is chiefly recognized for having written the trilogy Les Fourmis, the only one of his novels to have been published in English. This series weaves together philosophy, spirituality, science fiction, thriller, science, mythology and consciousness (wikipedia)