Science and Sanctity

@article{BranfordScienceAS,
  title={Science and Sanctity},
  author={V. Branford},
  journal={The Sociological Review},
  volume={a19},
  pages={335 - 349}
}
instead of singing in chorus, took to shouting in rivalr^. TherV ensued pervasnre disharmony of soul, and consequent fracture of loyal^a^dTe^ of goodwill m mutua relations, throughout every community of o u T w ^ civdisation. The disruptive social and civil consequenc^ T ^ evident m that prohferation of nations, states, churches, sects, groups which we associate first with the Renaissance, then wiih the tion then mth the pohtical and economic Revolutions of the iSth i 
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