Alexis de Tocqueville quote about reason from Democracy in America (1835) - It is in itself a kind of religion; it does not reason, but it acts from the impulse of faith and of sentiment.
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It is in itself a kind of religion; it does not reason, but it acts from the impulse of faith and of sentiment.

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Alexis de Tocqueville quote about reason from Democracy in America (1835) - It is in itself a kind of religion; it does not reason, but it acts from the impulse of faith and of sentiment.
Alexis de Tocqueville quote about reason from Democracy in America (1835) - It is in itself a kind of religion; it does not reason, but it acts from the impulse of faith and of sentiment.
Alexis de Tocqueville quote about reason from Democracy in America (1835) - It is in itself a kind of religion; it does not reason, but it acts from the impulse of faith and of sentiment.
Alexis de Tocqueville quote about reason from Democracy in America (1835) - It is in itself a kind of religion; it does not reason, but it acts from the impulse of faith and of sentiment.