Ungrown and immature minds would be bored by the illuminations of philosophy. For a philosopher to argue with them combatively would be a waste of time--theirs and his. There are so many creeds, systems, and sects which are really preparatory to philosophy and which are more useful to them at their stage. When they are ready for something more fundamental, they will find their way to it.
-- Notebooks Category 17: The Religious Urge > Chapter 6: Philosophy and Religion > # 82