Hans Jonas Quote: “If man was the relative of…”

If man was the relative of animals, then animals were the relatives of man, and in degrees bearers of that inwardness of which man, the most advanced of their kin, is conscious in himself.

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Name: Hans Jonas
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: German
Birthday: May 10, 1903
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