H. L. Mencken Quote

The common view of science is that it is a sort of machine for increasing the race's store of dependable facts. It is that only in part; in even larger part it is a machine for upsetting undependable facts.


In: Will Durant, Living Philosophies, Chapter XII (p. 187), Simon & Schuster. 1931

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The common view of science is that it is a sort of machine for increasing the race's store of dependable facts. It is that only in part; in even...

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The common view of science is that it is a sort of machine for increasing the race's store of dependable facts. It is that only in part; in even...

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The common view of science is that it is a sort of machine for increasing the race's store of dependable facts. It is that only in part; in even...

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The common view of science is that it is a sort of machine for increasing the race's store of dependable facts. It is that only in part; in even...