It is not the Head but the Heart that is the Seat... Quote by Mary Astell

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It is not the Head but the Heart that is the Seat of Atheism

About Mary Astell

Nationality: English
Profession: Writer
Born: 12-Dec-1666
Died: 11-May-1731

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