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The classicist, and the naturalist who has much in common with him, refuse to see in the highest works of art anything but the exe ...
I am not of the opinion generally entertained in this country [England], that man lives by Greek and Latin alone; that is, by know ...
In so far as religion assumes the world to be directed by conscious agents who may be turned from their purpose by persuasion, it ...
The awe and dread with which the untutored savage contemplates his mother-in-law are amongst the most familiar facts of anthropolo ...
We seem, as it were, to have conquered and peopled half the world in a fit of absence of mind.
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