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Arthur Kenyon Rogers

Rogers, Arthur Kenyon

“Anything whatever can be made ridiculous; to see this side of it, and nothing more, is to become the mere jester, whose claim to be regarded as the ideal moralist is cer tainly very slight. But between a too solemn sense of high importance, and that conviction of the intrinsic smallness of everything in particular which some of our satirists have displayed, there is a middle ground.”


Arthur Kenyon Rogers, The Theory of Ethics (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1922).

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