Many scientists, receiving vast support from taxpayers, are content with busying themselves in sifting dry technical details.
What many responded to in Wordsworth’s evocations of Nature’s sacrality was his restoration of a partially obscured link between Nature and the divine.
Wordsworth gave rise not just to a minority group of high-culture admirers but to a popular revolution in ordinary people’s thinking.
Any attempt to demonstrate the sheer untenability of Darwinian postulates is just met with an ever-closer circling of the wagons.
What was possible for Mark Studdock — the realization that much of contemporary civilization is built on lies — is still possible for any thoughtful person.