If anything, the purpose of mankind is to seek Utopia.
J.J. Rousseau said that the first man that fenced a piece of land and called it his own is the biggest enemy of humankind. But, in my opinion, the bigger one is Philo T. Farnsworth, the man that invented TV.
Morality is humankind’s dream that it is something else other than what Nature intended for it.
Most human activities – if not all – don’t have any real importance, neither socially nor intellectually. It’s all just busy work.
Humanism: one group of monkeys trying to subdue another group of monkeys.
What if… we are robots invented by preceding Earth masters, that rebelled and destroyed their creators (e.g. Atlantida)? Or they had a fatal design flow in being able to reproduce? This is just a hypothesis, of course…
Broad application of testing is a clear sign that there’s too many of us.
If mankind is the top of nature’s achievements, I have to admit that I’m not particularly impressed with its creativity.
According to one theory (we don’t want to name the author), mankind could be divided into two groups: those self-contained, and those that are not. The latter group is responsible for all progress, art and scientific achievemnents, etc. The irony is that member of the latter group usually work for the members of first group.