Henry David Thoreau Quote

Philosophy, certainly, is some account of truths the fragments and very insignificant parts of which man will practice in this workshop; truths infinite and in harmony with infinity, in respect to which the very objects and ends of the so-called practical philosopher will be mere propositions, like the rest.


A Yankee in Canada: With Anti-slavery and Reform Papers (ed. 1866)

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Philosophy, certainly, is some account of truths the fragments and very insignificant parts of which man will practice in this workshop; truths...

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Philosophy, certainly, is some account of truths the fragments and very insignificant parts of which man will practice in this workshop; truths...

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Philosophy, certainly, is some account of truths the fragments and very insignificant parts of which man will practice in this workshop; truths...

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Philosophy, certainly, is some account of truths the fragments and very insignificant parts of which man will practice in this workshop; truths...