On the Significance of Science and Art

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The foundations of every doctrine are always stated in a theory, and the so-called learned men merely invent further deductions from the foundations once stated. Thus contemporary science is selecting its facts on the foundation of a very definite theory, which it sometimes knows, sometimes refuses to know, and sometimes really does not know; but the theory exists.
And it is on this new doctrine that the justification for men’s idleness and cruelty is now founded.

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