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may even go further, a
nd say that the fatal f
law of materialism has
been finally detected,
and that the essential
relativity of all objec
ts to thought is all bu
t universally acknowled
ged. The common notion
that science gives a co
mplete view of truth, t
o which we may appeal a
s refuting idealism, is
untenable. Science its
elf will not support th
e appeal, but will dire
ct the appellant to ano
ther court. Perhaps, ra
ther, it would be truer
to say that its attitu
de is one of doubt whet
her or not any court, p
hilosophical or other,
Browning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher by Jones, Henry Festing, 1851-1928