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We are in the habit of visualizing man’s political and social history as a wild zigzag which alternates between progress and disaster, but the history of science as a steady, cumulative process, represented by a continuously rising curve, where each epoch adds some new item of knowledge to the legacy of the past, making the temple of science grow brick by brick toever greater height.
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Molesworth – Geoffrey Willans and Ronald Searle, with an introduction by Philip Hensher
Maybe it’s a Canadian thing, but I’ve never really held an opinion on private schools. 727 more words