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"Thorpe has let us down to-night on the Disobligers' Society. He says he is ill. He calls it influenza. We call it letting us down. It's lucky that you've recovered from your accident, because we want you to speak for us in the debate to-night. The motion is 'that the soul doesn't exist, has never existed, and that it isn't desirable that it should exist."' Section 1, pg. 14

"Skippey, ignoring both interruptions, went on. 'Fred Fairly holds, as I do, that we have no supernatural protectors or supernatural enemies. All that we can do has to be done by ourselves, and for ourselves, on this earth where we find ourselves placed. Afterwards, I mean after our present bodily life is over, there is nothing, or rather we have no reason and no right to expect anything."' Section 6, pg. 45

"That meant crossing the river, along with a hundred and...

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