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" Of Man's great Ignorance of the Uses of Natural Things ; or that there is no one thing in Nature whereof the uses to human life are yet thoroughly understood " — a saying which is still as true now as when it was written. "
The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ... - Pągina 327
per Sir William Crookes - 1862
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The Contemporary Review, Volum 50

1886
...know more of science than the wisest of our philosophers do now. Boyle entitled one of his essays " Of Man's great Ignorance of the Uses of Natural Things...or that there is no one thing in Nature whereof the uses to human life are yet thoroughly understood"— a saying which is still as true now as when it...
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The Pleasures of Life

Sir John Lubbock - 1887 - 191 pągines
...know more of science than the wisest of our philosophers do now. Boyle entitled one of his essays " Of Man's great Ignorance of the Uses of Natural Things...or that there is no one thing in Nature whereof the uses to human life are yet thoroughly understood"—a saying which is still as true now aa when it...
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Dogmatic Theology, Volum 1

William Greenough Thayer Shedd - 1888
...by this means learn humility." The natural philosopher Boyle entitles one of his essays thus : " Of man's great ignorance of the uses of natural things...or, that there is no one thing in nature whereof the uses to human life are yet thoroughly understood." Much advance has been made in the knowledge of physical...
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Mores Catholici: Books VII-IX

Kenelm Henry Digby - 1891
...dispelled and her modesty preserved. Boyle has entitled one of his essays thus remarkably — " of man's great ignorance of the uses of natural things...or that there is no one thing in nature whereof the uses to human life are yet thoroughly understood," yet the garrulous men whom Pindar compares to crows,...
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The Pleasures of Life: Part I and, Part 1

Sir John Lubbock - 1891 - 479 pągines
...know more of science than the wisest of our philosophers do now. Boyle entitled one of his essays " Of Man's great Ignorance of the Uses of Natural Things...or that there is no one thing in Nature whereof the uses to human life are yet thoroughly understood " — a saying which is still as true now as when...
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The North American Review, Volum 155

1892
...knowledge of the objects to be converted into new utilities. In the seventeenth century the illustrious Boyle wrote an essay entitled, " Man's great ignorance...or, that there is no one thing in Nature whereof the uses to Human Life are yet thoroughly understood." This truth of the seventeenth century is equally...
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The Pleasures of Life Complete

Sir John Lubbock - 1894 - 332 pągines
...endow those who love her. wisest of our philosophers do now. Boyle entitled one of his essays " Of Man's great Ignorance of the Uses of Natural Things;...or that there is no one thing in Nature whereof the uses to human life are yet thoroughly understood" — a saying which is still as true now as when it...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volum 62;Volum 125

John Holmes Agnew, Henry T. Steele, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1895
...Honorable Eobert Boyle, who lived early in the seventeenth century, entitled one of his essays, " Of Man's Great Ignorance of the Uses of Natural Things,...or that there is no one Thing in Nature whereof the Uses to Human life are yet thoroughly understood." The whole history of science, electricity especially,...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volum 115

1886
...address on the "Study of Science," Sir • lohn Lubbock quotes the title of an essay of Boyle's, "Of man's great ignorance of the uses of natural things...or that there is no one thing in Nature whereof the uses to human life are yet thoroughly understood," and he considers the saying as true now as when...
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The Living Age ..., Volum 170

1886
...know more of science than the wisest of our philosophers do now. Boyle entitled one of his essays, "Of Man's great Ignorance of the Uses of Natural Things;...that 'there is no one thing in Nature whereof the uses tc human life are yet thoroughly understood " — a saying which is still as true now as when...
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