John Stuart Mill quote about feelings from The Subjection of Women - So long as an opinion is strongly rooted in the feelings, it gains rather than loses in stability by having a preponderating weight of argument against it.
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So long as an opinion is strongly rooted in the feelings, it gains rather than loses in stability by having a preponderating weight of argument against it.
 John Stuart Mill, The Subjection of Women (1869). copy citation

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