Quotation by Henry Brooks Adams

"If our minds could get hold of one abstract truth, they would be immortal so far as that truth is concerned. My trouble is to find out how we can get hold of the truth at all."
Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918), U.S. historian. George Strong in Esther, p. 320, Library of America (1983).
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