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W. H. Gill

W. H. Gill

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What is Philosophy

Part IV Proportion: Or, The Law of Principality This is Philosophy, to make remote things tangible; common things extensively useful; useful things extensively common; and to leave the least necessary for the least necessary for the last.—Walter Savage Landor Man is essentially a creature of choice, and almost every conscious…
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Crossing the Rubicon

1906-1907 Part I Only by thou strong and very courageous; then thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success.—Joshua 1, 7, 8. In the passing away of the old year and the incoming of the new there is something pathetic which strikes and arrests even…
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Simplicity

Life is often considered to be complex, and the lives of many are such merely because there is not a real, honest striving after the good and true. There is an equivalent for everything in the world, and the question, will it pay? has a moral as well as a…
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