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To sum up: it is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence.

We feel much happier and more secure when we think we know precisely what to do, no matter what happens, then when we have lost our way and do not know where to turn.

We may always depend on it that algebra, which cannot be translated into good English and sound common sense, is bad algebra.

When an action is once done, it is right or wrong for ever; no accidental failure of its good or evil fruits can possibly alter that.

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