W. H. Mallock
(7 Feb 1849 - 2 Apr 1923)
English novelist, sociologist and lecturer known for his satire on English life, The New Republic (1877). He was a champion of conservative values and blamed science for the demise of religious values. He has been called the last Victorian voice of orthodoxy.
Science Quotes by W. H. Mallock (1 quote)
To any doctrine of individual immortality science opposes an unbroken and impregnable barrier.
— W. H. Mallock
In 'Is the Human Animal Immortal', Religion as a Credible Doctrine (1903), 85.