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when knowledge (and learning) can prove to be useful; the pleasures of pedantry

    “We all know that as the human body can be nourished on any food, though it were boiled grass and the broth of shoes, so the human mind can be fed by any knowledge.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson, … Continue reading

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