G. K. Chesterton Quote

And I will add this point of merely personal experience of humanity: when men have a real explanation they explain it, eagerly and copiously and in common speech, as Huxley freely gave it when he thought he had it. When they have no explanation to offer, they give short dignified replies, disdainful of the ignorance of the multitude.


"Doubts About Darwinism", in The Illustrated London News (17 July 1920)

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