Carl Sagan quote about ignorance from Cosmos - If a faithful account was rendered of Man's ideas upon Divinity, he would be obliged to acknowledge, that for the most part the word 'gods' has been used to express the concealed, remote, unknown causes of the effects he witnessed
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If a faithful account was rendered of Man's ideas upon Divinity, he would be obliged to acknowledge, that for the most part the word 'gods' has been used to express the concealed, remote, unknown causes of the effects he witnessed
 Carl Sagan, Cosmos (1980). copy citation

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Author Carl Sagan
Source Cosmos
Topic ignorance religion gods
Date 1980
Language English
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