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A Surgeon's Philosophy


A Surgeon's Philosophy

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    Robert Tuttle Morris
Purchase of this book includes free trial access to where you can read more than a million books for free. Excerpt from book: Section 3the whole is one of peace and smooth polity. The tone of The Threat is autobiographical. On the occasion of the meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science at Montreal recently, 11,000 people paid for attendance at a wrestling match, while only a small handful attended the free meetings of the famous scientific body. If civilization on this present cultural trip of ours cannot make a better showing than this, a voice of peace and of smooth polity is at least a safe kind of voice for guiding the eleven thousands in every land. To the Odynecens among Romanists and among Protestants I would say— "Wait a minute! We heathens who have to drag along somehow without Theology are informed that work in the interest of Christ must always be done in the spirit of Christ. If that is a true statement, then somebody is being misled by The Threat and by the Bullet-in. Stop long enough to peep about in a search for the spirit of Christ in these two publications opposed to each other and then decide who is being fooled." Any established church renders the service of constantly proclaiming the moral law. So-called rationalists who deny the value of the church, are apt to deny at the same time the principles of all kinds of obligation toward a neighbor, toward society, and toward the state. This tendency toward universal egoism represents doubling of the rose,—establishment of individual variation. If thorough-going individualism is a sign of higher civilization it is a flag at the summit which indicates that further movement is toward decline. Educated Roman Catholics take poetically, and more or less diplomatically, the famous Encyclical Letter and its Syllabus textit{Quanta Cura of Pope Pius the Ninth, issued in 1864. Section 55, relating to the separation of Church and State, was employed as ...  
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