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Dogma demands authority, rather than intelligent thought,...
In all affairs it’s a healthy thing...
What a man believes upon grossly insufficient...
The essence of the liberal outlook lies...
There is no nonsense so errant that...
When the state intervenes to insure the indoctrination...
Freedom in general may be defined as the absence...
If we were all given by magic...
Do not fear to be eccentric in opinion,...
These men - ......
The argument against the persecution of opinion...
The whole problem with the world is that...
The trouble with the world is that...
I think the subject which will be of most...
To fear love is to fear life,...
Freedom of opinion can only exist when...
What's the difference between a bright, inquisitive...
Next to enjoying ourselves, the next greatest...
It is clear that thought is not...
It is preoccupation with possessions, more than...
Envy is the basis of Democracy.
Man has existed for about a million...
Every man, wherever he goes, is encompassed...
Heretical views arise when the truth is uncertain,...
We may define a Puritan as a man...
The laws in question can, therefore, only...
The practical objection to Puritanism, as to every...
The earth becomes more crowded, and our...
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