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E. A. Burtt Sayings

How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Our
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E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.

E. A. Burtt Sayings: How Curious, After All, Is The Way In Which We Moderns Think About Our World! And It Is All So Novel, Too. The Cosmology Underlying Our Mental Processes Is But Three Centuries Old A Mere Infant In The History Of Thought And Yet We Cling To It With The Same Embarrassed Zeal With Which A Young Father Fondles His New-born Baby. Like Him, We Are Ignorant Enough Of Its Precise Nature ; Like Him, We Nevertheless Take It Piously To Be Ours And Allow It A Subtly Pervasive And Unhindered Control Over Ourthinking.