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And, more germanely, what significance can it have for us?
5) Searle's point has, of course, been made by other writers, and perhaps most germanely, for our purposes, by another Victorian sage, John Smart Mill in his Autobiography: "[Roebuck] saw little good in any cultivation of the feelings, and none at all in cultivating them through the imagination, which he thought was only cultivating illusions.
She rather germanely pointed out that the balance of power in Canadian society still rests with white males, but this is a point that is never returned to.