Mass destruction may refer to:
- Weapon of mass destruction, a munition with the capacity to indiscriminately kill large numbers of living beings
- Weapons of Mass Destruction (album), a 2004 album by rapper Xzibit
- "Mass Destruction" (song), a 2004 single by Faithless
- Mass Destruction (video game), a 1997 mission-based tank shooting video game for the Sony PlayStation, Sega Saturn and MS-DOS
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Famous quotes containing the words destruction and/or mass:
“Despotism may govern without faith, but liberty cannot.... How is it possible that society should escape destruction if the moral tie is not strengthened in proportion as the political tie is relaxed? And what can be done with a people who are their own masters if they are not submissive to the Deity?”
—Alexis de Tocqueville (18051859)
“Like Freud, Jung believes that the human mind contains archaic remnants, residues of the long history and evolution of mankind. In the unconscious, primordial universally human images lie dormant. Those primordial images are the most ancient, universal and deep thoughts of mankind. Since they embody feelings as much as thought, they are properly thought feelings. Where Freud postulates a mass psyche, Jung postulates a collective psyche.”
—Patrick Mullahy (b. 1912)