René Descartes about truth (“Discourse on the Method”, 1637) - It is thus quite certain that the constitution of the true religion, the ordinances of which are derived from God, must be incomparably superior to that of every other.
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It is thus quite certain that the constitution of the true religion, the ordinances of which are derived from God, must be incomparably superior to that of every other.
 René DescartesDiscourse on the Method (1637). copy citation

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