George Albert Wells Quote

People who cannot think in an orderly way are apt to suppose themselves more imaginative than others.


Belief and make-believe: critical reflections on the sources of credulity (ed. Open Court Pub Co, 1991)

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People who cannot think in an orderly way are apt to suppose themselves more imaginative than others.

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People who cannot think in an orderly way are apt to suppose themselves more imaginative than others.

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People who cannot think in an orderly way are apt to suppose themselves more imaginative than others.

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People who cannot think in an orderly way are apt to suppose themselves more imaginative than others.