Henry David Thoreau Quote

The fact which interests us most is the life of the naturalist. The purest science is still biographical. Nothing will dignify and elevate science while it is sundered so wholly from the moral life of its devotee.


A week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers (ed. 1894)

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The fact which interests us most is the life of the naturalist. The purest science is still biographical. Nothing will dignify and elevate science...

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The fact which interests us most is the life of the naturalist. The purest science is still biographical. Nothing will dignify and elevate science...

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The fact which interests us most is the life of the naturalist. The purest science is still biographical. Nothing will dignify and elevate science...

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The fact which interests us most is the life of the naturalist. The purest science is still biographical. Nothing will dignify and elevate science...