The philosophers and thinkers of the West have testified that happiness in this century has been lost from the civilization and progress of the West, to the point where Bertr Andrussell says: "the animals of our world are overwhelmed by pleasure and joy, while people were more happy than animals, but deprived of their grace in our modern world, and it has become impossible to obtain this grace: happiness".
Roger Jarudi decides that Western civilization is taking the world to the abyss with the machines and inventions it has produced that fill our lives and invade us from all sides, and confuse our perception, adding that Western science has destroyed 60 million people since the Second World War and the Hiroshima bomb is a testament to this, and if the situation continues as it is, we will face many times what we have experienced scourges and disasters.
Alexis Carrell calls for the overthrow of Western civilization, and the emergence of another idea of human progress, and says that humanity's attention must be diverted from machines and the world of skulls to the human body and spirit to the mental and organic processes that created the machines, and invented Newton and Einstein's world, and also says: no one obeys morality today, modern man has renounced every system for its lust, we rarely see individuals following a higher moral example, in their actions in this modern civilization.
Northrop says "This is a contradictory world; it is the achievements that represent its glories that threaten it with destruction, and it seems that as we advance in civilization, we lose the ability to preserve it,".
Conklin decides in his book Human: Reality and the Example that the human race is now in the most severe crisis in its long history.
Harold Titus says that the view of westerners to man is a fatal mistake, as evidenced by the march of events in the last decades of this 1990s. That's because he's Man has won major new powers in the fields of science and technology , but these forces have been used for destruction too much out of fear.
Julian Huxley said: "This is a very critical era of violence, conflict, revolution, destruction, brutality, nuclear , atomic dangers, population explosion, environmental pollution, ideological dissociation and general strike".
Louis Mumford says "Fear, hatred, suspicion and violence have all become an epidemic of settlers,".
"All optimistic opinions have really failed, and the obvious question is no longer whether the forces of technology, democracy and capitalism are the factors that augur well for a prosperous future, but the question of the degree to which these factors are responsible for the malevolent and destructive effects of the past," Helbruner said.
Eric Froome says "The Western world is at a standstill, it has got a lot of economic matters, it has lost any meaning and purpose in life, and without this Western society, like any other society in the past, must lose its vitality and internal power,".
Petrim Sorokin says "Every aspect of western society's life, system and culture is in a severe crisis that the body of Western society is sick and its mind is sick, and there is hardly a single small point on its body except that it is in pain," .
These views, recorded by Western leaders, thinkers and philosophers, are the true expression of the inability of Western material civilization to meet the necessary human needs and the devastating effects it has had on humanity.
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