John Herschel Quote

He must have studied astronomy to little purpose, who can suppose man to be the only object of his Creator's care, or who does not see in the vast and wonderful apparatus around us provision for other races of animated beings.


A Treatise on Astronomy, Chapter XII (pp. 355-356), Lea & Blanchard. 1851

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He must have studied astronomy to little purpose, who can suppose man to be the only object of his Creator's care, or who does not see in the vast...

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He must have studied astronomy to little purpose, who can suppose man to be the only object of his Creator's care, or who does not see in the vast...

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He must have studied astronomy to little purpose, who can suppose man to be the only object of his Creator's care, or who does not see in the vast...

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He must have studied astronomy to little purpose, who can suppose man to be the only object of his Creator's care, or who does not see in the vast...