of intuition usually shine in this department, unless, indeed, the experience necessary is such as they can acquire by themselves. For what is called their intuitive sagacity makes them peculiarly apt in gathering such general truths as can be collected fr

This ignorance is neither prejudicial to their integrity nor their morals; it is often of service to them.

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