H. W. Schneider
Herbert Wallace Schneider (16 March 1892 – 15 October 1984) was an American professor of religion and philosophy at Columbia University, and an author of books on contemporary and academic subjects. From 1924 to 1961, he was editor of The Journal of Philosophy.
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- Beliefs seldom become doubts; they become ritual. They become intrinsic parts of the social heritage, themes of public celebration.
- The Puritan Mind (1930) p. 98.