Punch,  34 (1858), 112.

The Divinity of Rank





Religious Authority, Scientific Practitioners, Education, Expertise, Class, Religion

    Responding to a Univers list of the number of aristocrats 'converted to Popery in England', questions the implication that aristocratic titles 'involve theological intuitions' and argues that if significant numbers of individuals from the various scientific, medical, and intellectual professions had converted this 'would have been somewhat more to the purpose'.

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