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From the December 1917 issue of The Christian Science Journal

It is deeply significant that the opening paragraph of the chapter, Science of Being, beginning on page 268 of Science and Health, contains reference both to the thought liberation of the age of mechanical invention and to the simultaneous entrance of woman into the arena of general inquiry for a more metaphysical explanation and adjustment of the problems of existence. "Materialistic hypotheses," Mrs.