A NEW step in the unfoldment of truth invariably provokes discussion, and for two reasons. First, it is out of line with the established beliefs and traditions of the schools; and second, it presents a point of view which is unfamiliar and, therefore, not readily grasped by the great majority, because settled convictions and habitual ways of looking at things render it difficult for them to change their point of view at once or to see things in a different light.
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