Temple of Truth, or the Science of Ever-Progressive Knowledge; Containing the Foundation and Elements of a System for Arriving at Absolute Certainty in All Things; Being a Message of Never-ending Joy, and the Abiding Herald of Better Times to All Men of a Good-will, or Desirous of Acquiring It.--Rev. xiv,

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1958

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Pub. In English and German, by Truman & Spofford, and Eggers & Wilde

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Canton, OH: By the Author, 1858. Argues that with a perfect education, humanity is perfectible and the U.S. is the place to do it but what that perfection will look like is left vague. See Arndt, Teutonic Visions of Social Perfection.

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Kaufmann, Peter. Temple of Truth, or the Science of Ever-Progressive Knowledge; Containing the Foundation and Elements of a System for Arriving at Absolute Certainty in All Things; Being a Message of Never-ending Joy, and the Abiding Herald of Better Times to All Men of a Good-will, or Desirous of Acquiring It.--Rev. xiv, 6. Cincinnati, OH: Pub. In English and German, by Truman & Spofford, and Eggers & Wilde. Canton, OH: By the Author, 1858. Argues that with a perfect education, humanity is perfectible and the U.S. is the place to do it but what that perfection will look like is left vague. See Arndt, Teutonic Visions of Social Perfection. AAS