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THE STUDENT'S FAREWELL TO PHILOSOPHY.
In mathematics, though I've been profound,
And with the best at circles could compete; They taught me not to bring my own things round,
For I could never get both ends to meet.
Ye Students of Philosophy, then-drop it!
And when you see a book of science, shut it; And as for logic, if you're used to chop it,
Be by a friend advis'd—in future cut it.