Excerpt from The Outskirts of Physical Science, Essays, Philosophical and Religious There are a number of subjects which, although not within the domain proper of the physical sciences, invite the attention of the student of nature. These are the outskirts into which he is often tempted to wander, either to widen his knowledge and sympathies or to enable him to answer intelligently the questions of others. These essays are the results of a few such wanderings. They are the outgrowth of an early fondness for the study of natural science, and of religious convictions equally strong, bound to each other by that desire for unity and harmony which belongs to every seeker after truth.
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