The Creed or a Philosophy
Fb&c Limited, 25 juin 2015 - 342 pages
Excerpt from The Creed or a Philosophy
When a writer, after spending a long life in a great variety of occupations and inquiries returns at last, again and again, to a theme of the greatest import, he has no reason to complain, as far as he is himself concerned, if he finds himself received with sharp criticism, prompt censure, and, what he may more care for, polite indifference. The manner of doing that which is intrinsically disagreeable to a nation, a class, or a Church, is always excepted to, and can hardly fail to deserve it.
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