George Adams (1750-1795) Quote

Truth, though destined to be the guide of man, is not bestowed with an unconditional profusion; but is hidden in darkness, and involved in difficulties; intended, like all the other gifts of heaven, to be fought and cultivated by all the different powers and exertions of human reason.


Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy (Volume 1), Lecture II (p. 62)

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Truth, though destined to be the guide of man, is not bestowed with an unconditional profusion; but is hidden in darkness, and involved in...

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Truth, though destined to be the guide of man, is not bestowed with an unconditional profusion; but is hidden in darkness, and involved in...

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Truth, though destined to be the guide of man, is not bestowed with an unconditional profusion; but is hidden in darkness, and involved in...

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Truth, though destined to be the guide of man, is not bestowed with an unconditional profusion; but is hidden in darkness, and involved in...