- By autor: Robert Boyle
Excerpt from Treatises on the High Veneration Man's Intellect Owes to God: On Things Above Reason, and on the Style of the Holy ScripturesWhether this account of a habit which might have been the result of some slight natural defect, be satisfactory or not, the reﬂections with which it closes are equally just. It will not have been the first time that sound truths have been deduced from inconclusi...
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