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For what man in the natural state or course of thinking did ever conceive it in his power to reduce the notions of all mankind exactly to the same length, and breadth, and height of his own? 

Yet this is the first humble and civil design of all innovators in the empire of reason.  Swift, Jonathan. A Tale of a Tub (p. 91).  . Kindle Edition.

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