Science Makes People Virtuous

The fundamental characteristic of the scientific method is honesty. In dealing with any question, science asks no favors. ... I believe that constant use of the scientific method must in the end leave its impress upon him who uses it. ... A life spent in accordance with scientific teachings would be of a high order. It would practically conform to the teachings of the highest types of religion. The motives would be different, but so far as conduct is concerned the results would be practically identical.


As virtuous as any religion.

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 Scientific Investigation and Progress
Periodicals>Journal Article:  Remsen, Ira (Jan 1904), Scientific Investigation and Progress, Nature 928 , (Jan 1904), 69:1787, 309., Retrieved on 2012-06-21