147. Why is it that anatomists physiologists, and in general those who apply themselves to the
pursuit of the natural sciences, are so apt to fall into materialism?
"The physiologist refers everything to the standard of his senses. Human pride imagines that
it knows everything, and refuses to admit that there can be anything which transcends the
human understanding. Science itself inspires some minds with presumption; they think that
nature can have nothing hidden from them."