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On the Significance of Science and Art
Toltoy

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ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SCIENCE AND ART. 

by Leo Tolstoy/Lyof Tolstoi 

Translated by Isabel F.  Hapgood 

CHAPTER I. 

.  .  .  {1} The justification of all persons who have freed themselves
from toil is now founded on experimental, positive science.  The
scientific theory is as follows:-

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