IF someone should ask for a concise formulation of Mary Baker Eddy's contribution to the advancement of human progress, it might be replied that it is the discovery of the practical metaphysics underlying Christ Jesus' works. The study of metaphysics as a theoretical discipline or human philosophy goes back to the early Greeks, and the word "metaphysics" is Greek in origin.
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