Samuel McChord Crothers

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Portrait of Samuel McChord Crothers.

Samuel McChord Crothers (June 7, 1857–November 1927) was an American Unitarian minister.



The Gentle Reader (1903)

  • To keep shooting at a folly after it is dead is unsportsmanlike.
    • p. 272
  • We sometimes speak of stubborn facts. Nonsense! A fact is a mere babe when compared with a stubborn theory.
    • p. 277
  • There is no absurdity in its mental processes; all that is concealed in its assumptions.
    • p. 279; Regarding the thought process of quixotic societies,
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