* Recording begins on the third paragraph
Written by J.A. Smith
Narrated by Joshua Noyer For the philosopher—the lover of, and believer in, unity—is not surprised by differences; he expects them: he is quite ready to acknowledge them, and has no desire to ignore or belittle them. What he believes in is not mere or blank unity, or unity alongside of differences, or even unity permitting them, but systematic or organic unity which requires differences within its ordered and harmonious structure.
Smith, J. A. (1910). Knowing and acting. Oxford: Clarendon Press.