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"There is nothing more absurd than to be of the same mind with the generality of men, for they have entertained many gross errors which time and experience have confuted. It is indeed our sluggishness and incredulity that hinder all discoveries, for men contribute nothing towards them than their contempt or, what is worse, their malice."--from The Fraternity of the Rosy Cross, 1652


-- Notebooks Category 13: Human Experience > Chapter 2: Living in The World > # 106






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