Quote by Thomas Malthus
It has been said, and perhaps with truth, that the conclusions of Political Economy partake more of the certainty of the stricter sciences than those of most of the other branches of human knowledge.
This quote suggests that the conclusions of Political Economy, a field concerned with the study of societal and economic practices, are believed to possess a higher level of certainty compared to other areas of human knowledge. Political Economy is often considered akin to the stricter sciences, such as mathematics or physics, which are associated with definite and unambiguous outcomes. Thus, the quote implies that the conclusions derived from the study of Political Economy are regarded as more reliable and reliable than in many other academic disciplines.
Though I might travel afar, I will meet only what I carry with me, for every man is a mirror. We see only ourselves reflected in those around us. Their attitudes and actions are only a reflection of our own. The whole world and its condition has its counter parts within us all. Turn the gaze inward. Correct yourself and your world will change.
Preach in the name of God. The learned will smile; ask the learned what they have done for their country. The priests will excommunicate you; say to the priests that you know God better than all of them together do, and that between God and His law you have no need of any intermediary. The people will understand you, and repeat with you: We believe in God the Father, who is Intelligence and Love, Creator and Teacher of Humanity. And in this saying you and the People will conquer.