Thomas De Quincey Quote

The mere understanding, however useful and indispensable, is the meanest faculty in the human mind and the most to be distrusted.


De Quincey's Writings: Miscellaneous essays. 1851 (ed. 1851)

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The mere understanding, however useful and indispensable, is the meanest faculty in the human mind and the most to be distrusted.

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The mere understanding, however useful and indispensable, is the meanest faculty in the human mind and the most to be distrusted.

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The mere understanding, however useful and indispensable, is the meanest faculty in the human mind and the most to be distrusted.

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The mere understanding, however useful and indispensable, is the meanest faculty in the human mind and the most to be distrusted.