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" A clever man, shut up alone and allowed unlimited time, might reason out for himself all the truths of mathematics, by proceeding from those simple notions of space and number of which he cannot divest himself without ceasing to think. But he could never... "
A Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural Philosophy - Pągina 58
per John Frederick William Herschel - 1831 - 372 pągines
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Chemistry, Meteorology, and the Function of Digestion: Considered ..., Volum 8

William Prout - 1834 - 564 pągines
...notions of space and number of which he cannot divest himself without ceasing to think ; but he would never tell by any effort of reasoning what would become...impression would be produced on his eye by mixing the colours yellow and blue,"* results which can be learnt only from experience. Thus then the extremes...
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Elements of logic: Comprising the substance of the article in the ...

Richard Whately - 1834 - 432 pągines
...alone and allowed all unlimited time, might reason out for himself all the truths of mathematics, by proceeding from those simple notions of space and...cannot divest himself without ceasing to think ; but he would never tell by any effort of reasoning what would become of a lump of sugar, if immersed in water,...
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On the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God: As Manifested in the Adaptation of ...

Thomas Chalmers - 1836 - 276 pągines
...up alone and allowed unlimited time, might reason out for himself all the truths of mathematics, by proceeding from those simple notions of space and...cannot divest himself without ceasing to think ; but he would never tell by any effort of reason what would become of a lump of sugar, if immersed in water,...
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The Bridgewater treatises on the power, wisdom and goodness of God as ...

Francis Henry Egerton Bridgewater (Earl of) - 1836
...up alone and allowed unlimited time, might reason out for himself all the truths of mathematics, by proceeding from those simple notions of space and...cannot divest himself without ceasing to think ; but he would never tell by any effort of reason what would become of a lump of sugar, if immersed in water,...
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Familiar Illustrations of Natural Philosophy: Selected Principally from ...

1840 - 403 pągines
...up alone, and allowed unlimited time, might reason out for himself all the truths of mathematics, by proceeding from those simple notions of space and...in water ; or what impression would be produced on the eye by mixing the colours of yellow and blue." § 2. Experience, then, must be his guide ; not...
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Elements of Logic: Comprising the Substance of the Article in the ...

Richard Whately - 1840 - 452 pągines
...alone and allowed all unlimited time, might reason out for himself all the truths of mathematics, by proceeding from those simple notions of space and...cannot divest himself without ceasing to think ; but he would never tell by any effort of reasoning what would become of a lump of sugar, if immersed in water,...
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Manual of Chemistry

Richard Dennis Hoblyn - 1841 - 310 pągines
...up alone and allowed unlimited time, might reason out for himself all the truths of mathematics, by proceeding from those simple notions of space and...which he cannot divest himself without ceasing to B think. But he could never tell, by any effort of reasoning, what would become of a lump of sugar...
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A few notes on cruelty to animals; on the inadequacy of penal law, on ...

Ralph Fletcher - 1846 - 105 pągines
...up alone, and allowed unlimited time, might reason out for himself all the truths of mathematics by proceeding from those simple notions of space and...in water ; or what impression would be produced on the eye by mixing the colours yellow and blue." It is equally true that the scientific branches of...
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On the Theory and Practice of Painting in Oil and Water Colours, for ...

Theodore Henry Fielding - 1846 - 240 pągines
...up alone, and allowed unlimited time, might reason out for himself all the truths of mathematics by proceeding from those simple notions of space and...in water ; or what impression would be produced on the eye by. mixing the colours yellow and blue." It is equally true that the scientific branches of...
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Principles of Physics and Meteorology

Johann Heinrich Jacob Müller - 1847 - 581 pągines
...up alone, and allowed uulimited time, might reason out for himself all the truths of mathematics by proceeding from those simple notions of space and...impression would be produced on his eye by mixing the colours yellow and blue." P. 76.] INTRODUCTION. 3 Seen from this point of view, mathematics is a purely...
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