Excerpt: “Agnosticism” Thomas Huxley

From The Nineteenth Century, No. CXLIV, February 1889. pp. 181–192.   Looking back nearly fifty years, I see myself as a boy, whose education had been interrupted, and who, intellectually, was left, for some years, altogether to his own devices. At that time, I was a voracious and omnivorous reader; a dreamer and speculator of …

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