James Clerk Maxwell Quote

How the learned fool would wonder
Were he now to see his blunder,
When he put his reason under
The control of worldly Pride.


Part III Poems, "A Vision Of a Wrangler, of a University, of Pedantry, and of Philosophy. " (November 10, 1852) - The Life of James Clerk Maxwell (1882)

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How the learned fool would wonder Were he now to see his blunder, When he put his reason under The control of worldly Pride.

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How the learned fool would wonder Were he now to see his blunder, When he put his reason under The control of worldly Pride.

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How the learned fool would wonder Were he now to see his blunder, When he put his reason under The control of worldly Pride.

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How the learned fool would wonder Were he now to see his blunder, When he put his reason under The control of worldly Pride.