Geyserland Empiricisms in Social Reform Being Data and Observations Recorded by the Late Mark Stubble Excerpt from Geyserland Empiricisms in Social Reform Being Data and Observations Recorded by the Mark Stubble With a view to enlarging our present field of happiness we wish to write what might be W

  • Title: Geyserland: Empiricisms in Social Reform, Being Data and Observations Recorded by the Late Mark Stubble
  • Author: Richard Hatfield
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  • Page: 189
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  • Excerpt from Geyserland Empiricisms in Social Reform, Being Data and Observations Recorded by the Mark Stubble With a view to enlarging our present field of happiness, we wish to write what might be We are of the opinion that about 11,000 years ago there was a deluge or revolution of seas and wrinkling of the shell of the earth, and that the survivors of that cataclysm wExcerpt from Geyserland Empiricisms in Social Reform, Being Data and Observations Recorded by the Mark Stubble With a view to enlarging our present field of happiness, we wish to write what might be We are of the opinion that about 11,000 years ago there was a deluge or revolution of seas and wrinkling of the shell of the earth, and that the survivors of that cataclysm were our ancestors and the connecting link between the past and present eons We also believe that the isolated inhabitants of Geyserland, like ourselves, were survivors of that antediluvian period These Geyserlanders, not being influenced by many of the conditions that have affected us, make an interesting study, and we purpose to contrast their system with ours by relating the experiences of an English castaway who passed several years in Geyserland Geyserland was a community where, through numberless wars, famines, pestilences, and iniquities, principles were evolved partially resembling those preached in The Sermon on the Mount, and impractically practiced by the Pentecost and Arian Communities, and many modern monastic associations We also wish to show that the failure of these historic communities was the result of the personnel, the environments, and the conditions, rather than the falseness of the theory The praising and recording of successful noble acts we believe to be an essential element toward high culture, and we wish to show that a greater happiness is attained by such as love their race, in contrast to such as concentrate their affections upon individuals.

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