Restating The Theory of Education - Manly Palmer Hall

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We have outgrown theurgy and are wedded to new theories of life and death which are advanced with a note of staggering finality. We believe that learning had its beginning in the sixteenth century and its ending in the twentieth. Every great scientist realizes the utter ridiculousness of such contentions, but great scientists are few. Mediocrity is the rule, genius the exception. The most dangerous of fools is the educated fool, for wise in his own conceits he is an ever-present obstacle.

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