What Happens When Everyone Is Supposed to Believe the Same

However small, however modest, however tentative this may be, it will perpetually give rise to contests and divisions.  And this quest of a common denominator in contrasting convictions can develop nothing but intellectual cowardice and mediocrity, a weakening of minds and a betrayal of the rights of truth. (Jaques Maritain, True Humanism, Bles, 1938, p. 167)

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