Williams & Nortgate (1913)

To-day the greatest of the Churches demands freedom of conscience in the modern States which she does not control, ... If we review the history of classical antiquity as a whole, we may almost say that freedom of thought was like the air men ...
Keywords Free thought   Rationalism
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Reprint years 1944, 1952
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DOI 10.1086/206835
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