All the systems of writing of the ancient people of Asia had one thing in common.
I must not pretend, then, that I have a system ready to replace all the other systems.
After all, how vain are systems, and theories, and reasonings!
We put too much faith in systems, and look too little to men.
And as in other systems of theology and philosophy, that of which we know least has the greatest interest to us.
In all systems, replacing-spurs are left wherever and whenever needed.
I have made a table (shown opposite) which shows one of these systems.
His son buried the silenced destroyer of systems, of hopes, of beliefs.
There need not and should not be antagonism between the two systems.
This system is like other systems—it requires trained hands to practise it.