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IMAGINATION

Bacon, Francis We are not. . . to imagine or suppose, but to discover, what Nature does or may be made to do.

Darwin, Charles The value of the products of our imagination depends, of course, on the number, accuracy, and clearness of our impressions, on our judgment and taste in selecting or rejecting the involuntary combinations, and to a certain extent on our power of voluntary combining them. . .