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Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Steven Pinker, Charles Muses or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous evolutionary quote.

Evolutionary psychology is one of four sciences that are bringing human nature back into the picture. — Steven Pinker

It is the moment of evolutionary truth for the race, and what man does with that moment will be more important than the events of the previous millenium. — Charles Muses

When you awaken to what I call the Authentic Self, which is the spiritual or evolutionary impulse, what begins to emerge is the dawning recognition of the fact that each one of us, at our highest level, is that Authentic Self, which is actually the same energy and intelligence that originally inspired the entire creative process. You begin to intuit and feel directly connected to the very impulse that initiated the whole event fourteen billion years ago and is driving it right now. — Andrew Cohen

Perhaps violence, like pornography, is some kind of an evolutionary standby system, a last-resort device for throwing a wild joker into the game? — J. G. Ballard

Cancer could be thought of as a strange, short-lived, self-destructive life form - an evolutionary dead end. — Elizabeth Murchison

I discovered that while I'd been busy playing business games, there'd been this incredible revolution in so many areas of interest: cosmology to psychology to evolutionary psychology to anthropology ... all this stuff had changed. — Chris Anderson (TED)

There can be no evolutionary advantage to laying down memories of childhood or perceiving the color of a rose if it doesn't affect the way you're going to move later in life. — Daniel Wolpert

Are we at some kind of evolutionary equipoise as a species? Or, are we destined to become something different - something, perhaps, even better adapted to the environment? — Harvey Fineberg