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Writings, 1902-1910 Quotes

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"Philosophy is at one the most sublime and the most trivial of human pursuits" (pg 488).

"It is the personal experience of those best qualified in our circle of knowledge to have experience to tell us what it is" (pg 499)

"The meaningless absurdity of life is the only uncontestable knowledge accessible to man" (pg 145).

"Religion, therefore, as I now ask you arbitrarily to take it, shall mean for us the feelings, acts, and experiences of individual men in their solitude, so far as they apprehend themselves to stand in relation to whatever they may consider the divine" (pg 36).

"Something must give way, a native hardness must break down and liquefy; and this event...is frequently sudden and automatic, and leaves on the Subject an impression that he has been wrought upon by an external power" (pg 105-106).

"Let us hereafter in speaking of the hot place in a man's consciousness...

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