John Fiske's last book bears this title, and was his essay at the Concord School of Philosophy. The purpose of the present review is not to praise the volume's typography,—for all Houghton, Mifflin & Go's, books are good specimens of "the art preservative,"—nor yet to compliment the crystalline quality of its thought, for of this the author's name is a guaranty; but to show the connection of this book with Christian Science, as believed and set forth by Mrs.
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