“The savage is not a noble savage, but a brutal savage.” – Thomas Hobbes

“The savage in man is never quite eradicated.” – Henry David Thoreau

“The savage within us will always be there, lurking, ready to pounce.” – J.M. Coetzee

“The savage is a man without a conscience.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

“The savage does not adapt to his environment; he destroys it.” – Rosalie H. Waxman

“The savage is a creature of instinct rather than reason.” – Thomas Henry Huxley

“The savage is a child who has never grown up.” – Jean-Jacques Rousseau

“The savage is a man who lacks morality.” – Immanuel Kant

“Savages speak in tongues we cannot comprehend, and their understanding of the world is beyond us.” – Michael Crichton

“Savages are people who live outside of civilization.” – Colin Thubron

“Savages are those who have no culture or who have rejected it.” – T.S. Eliot

“Savages are the products of their environment.” – Margaret Mead

“Savages are not born, but made.” – Lewis Henry Morgan LBSNAA QUOTES

“To the civilized man, the savage is a threat; to the savage, the civilized man is a puzzle.” – David Chronenberg

“The savage exists within us all; the question is whether we can tame it.” – Jules Verne

“The savage is a mirror that reflects our own fears and desires.” – Octavia Butler

“The savage is not what we see, but what we fear.” – Joseph Conrad

“The savage is a timeless figure that haunts our imaginations.” – Graham Hancock

“The savage is a force that cannot be tamed, only managed.” – James A. Michener

“The savage is a symbol of the primitive within us all.” – Shirley Jackson

“To understand the savage, we must first understand ourselves.” – Julian Jaynes

“The savage is a reminder of our own animal nature.” – Carl Jung

“The savage is a paradox, at once terrifying and alluring.” – H.P. Lovecraft

“The savage is a challenge to our very sense of humanity.” – Jared Diamond.