"I was walking about in Cambridge and passed a bookshop and in the window were portraits of Russell, Freud and Einstein. A little further on, in a music shop, I saw portraits of Beethoven, Schubert and Chopin. Comparing these portraits I felt intensely the terrible degeneration that had come over the human spirit in the course of only a hundred years".
1. Who said this?
2. Do you agree?
3. Is it not truer today than it was sixty years ago when, approximately, this quote was made?