Man does not live on bread alone. If I were hungry and helpless in the street, I would not ask for bread; Instead I would ask for half a loaf of bread and a book. And from here I violently attack those who only speak of economic but never cultural demands, which is what people are crying out for. It is good that all men eat, but that all men know. Let them enjoy all the fruits of the human spirit because the opposite is to turn them into machines at the service of the State, it is to turn them into slaves of a terrible social organization.