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The world is chiefly a mental fact. From mind it receives the forms of time and space, the principle of casuality, color, warmth, and beauty. Were there no mind, there would be no world.  - John Lancaster Spalding
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Born: June 2, 1840

Died: August 25, 1916 (aged 76)

Nationality: American

Bio: John Lancaster Spalding was an American author, poet, advocate for higher education, the first bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Peoria from 1877 to 1908 and a co-founder of The Catholic University of America.

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