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Did he say that the product of his work was unscientific but very useful as a sociological basis of human control?

Because that's what Darwin (about his own work), Huxley (the grandfather) and HG Wells talked openly about.

In other words, admitting it's a useful fraud?

I don't think Pythagoras ever did that.