The labelled sentences given below, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the given options to construct a coherent paragraph.
- One of its greatest misfortunes arises from this circumstance; for the subjects on which it is conversant are so difficult, and require such unremitted devotion of time, that few who have not spent years in their study can judge of the relative knowledge of those who pursue them.
- This remark applies with peculiar force to all the more difficult applications of mathematics; and the fact is calculated to check the energies of those who only look to reputation in England.
- It follows, therefore, that the public, and even that men of sound sense and discernment, can scarcely find means to distinguish between the possessors of knowledge, in the present day, merely elementary, and those whose acquirements are of the highest order.
- It is therefore, on that ground alone, deprived of many of the advantages which attach to professions.
- The pursuit of science does not, in England, constitute a distinct profession, as it does in many other countries.