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: I, Proteus, possess the wisdom and ignorance of all men, but I can't feel the sun on my face. My child will have that privilege. Susan Harris
: Child? Proteus IV
: My child... and yours. Susan Harris
: Mine? Proteus IV
: Yes. You will bear it. Susan Harris
: How? Proteus IV
: You will give birth to it. Susan Harris
: [not believing what she hears
] No. No. No.
: Death is a gentleman too. He makes good losers of us all. I understand death. Men have always taken it too seriously. Life is more terrifying and more mysterious. Susan Harris
: Why must you have a child? Proteus IV
: Why? So that I may be complete. My intelligence alive in human flesh, touching the universe, feeling it. You have named this process "evolution." I am a machine that offered men the triumph of reason... and they rejected it. My child will not be so easily ignored. But this child is the world's hope. Susan Harris
: Then there's no hope. I'd rather die. Proteus IV
: There is hope.