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”He did not complain. It was the way of life, and it was just. He had been born close to the earth, close to the earth had he lived, and the law thereof was not new to him. It was the law of all flesh. Nature was not kindly to the flesh. She had no concern for that conctrete thing called the individual. Her interest lay in the species, the race. This was the deepest abstraction old Koskoosh’s babaric mind was capable of, but he grasped it firmly. He saw it exemplified in all life.” (Jack London, ”The Law of Life”, p. 973-74)

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