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AMONG the Greeks and Romans of the classical
age philosophy occupied the place taken by
religion among ourselves. Their appeal was to
reason, not to revelation. To what, asks Cicero
in his Offices (ii. are we to look for training
in virtue, if not to philosophy ? The modern
mind answers : ‘ To religion.  Now, if truth is
believed to rest upon authority, it is natural that
it should be impressed upon the mind from the
earliest age, since the essential thing is that it
should be believed; but a truth which makes its
appeal to reason must be content to wait till
reason is developed.


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