POSSIBLY nothing appeals more readily to the faculty of human reason than the fact that Principle is imperative and absolute, and therefore necessarily demonstrable. Every scientific statement admits of proof, according to a fixed and governing law, which law cannot possibly entertain the least "variableness, neither shadow of turning.
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