Science and Immortality

Science and Immortality

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Science and Immortality

Science and Immortality

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In all ages no problem has sostretched to aching the pia mater of the thoughtful man as that put in such simple words by Job : "If a man die, shall he live again?" Appreciating the fact that a question of such eternal significance presents special aspects at special periods, Miss Caroline Haskell Ingersoll founded this lectureship in memory of her father, George Goldthwait Ingersoll, of the class of 1805. Knowing that the days were evil and the generation perverse, and imitating, perhaps, the satiric touch in Dean Swift's famous legacy, she made this community the recipient of her bounty.

To attempt to say anything on immortality seems presumptuous, -- a subject on which . . .

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