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" But let the light of science fall upon that man; open to him the fountain of knowledge; a few principles of philosophy enter his mind, and awaken the dormant power of thought: he begins to look upon his art with an altered eye. It ceases to be a dark,... "
An Address, Delivered at the Opening of the Boston Mechanics' Institution ... - Σελίδα 12
των George Barrell Emerson - 1827 - 24 σελίδες
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