Philosophy complains that Custom has hoodwinked us, from the first; that we do everything by Custom, even Believe by it; that our very Axioms, let us boast of Free-thinking as we may, are often simply such Beliefs as we have never heard questioned. Nay, what is Philosophy throughout but a continual battle with Custom; an ever-renewed effort to transcend the sphere of blind Custom, and so become Transcendental? — Thomas Carlyle, Sartor Resartus

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