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Quotation by Frances Wright
The best road to correct reasoning is by physical science; the way to trace effects to causes is through physical science; the only corrective, therefore, of superstition is physical science.
Frances Wright (1795–1852), Scottish author and speaker; relocated to America. Course of Popular Lectures, lecture 3 (1829).
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