Ralph Waldo Emerson Quote

When the literary class betray a destitution of faith, it is not strange that society should be disheartened and sensualized by unbelief.


The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson: Comprising His Essays, Lectures, Poems, and Orations (ed. 1883)

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When the literary class betray a destitution of faith, it is not strange that society should be disheartened and sensualized by unbelief.

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When the literary class betray a destitution of faith, it is not strange that society should be disheartened and sensualized by unbelief.

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When the literary class betray a destitution of faith, it is not strange that society should be disheartened and sensualized by unbelief.

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When the literary class betray a destitution of faith, it is not strange that society should be disheartened and sensualized by unbelief.