Chapman Cohen (1 September 1868, Leicester – 4 February 1954, Brentwood) was a leading English atheist and secularist writer and lecturer.
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“History is a needle
for putting men asleep
anointed with the poison
Of all they want to keep.”
—Leonard Cohen (b. 1934)
“Is there something in trade that dessicates and flattens out, that turns men into dried leaves at the age of forty? Certainly there is. It is not due to trade but to intensity of self- seeking, combined with narrowness of occupation.... Business has destroyed the very knowledge in us of all other natural forces except business.”
—John Jay Chapman (18621933)