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" ... knowledge. He has now the capacity of thought, but it is a barren faculty, never nourished by the food of the mind, and never rising above the poor objects of sense. Labour and rest, the hope of mere animal enjoyment, or the fear of want, the care... "
An Address, Delivered at the Opening of the Boston Mechanics' Institution ... - Σελίδα 11
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