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PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE - Page 40
by H.C. CAREY - 1858
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SOCIAL PHYSICS: FROM THE POSITIVE PHILOSOPHY

AUGUSTE COMTE - 1856
...the progress of the sciences when he uttered the immortal aphorism : " The entire succession of men, through the whole course of ages, must be regarded...one man, always living and incessantly learning." Whatever may have been the actual effect of this first ray of light, it must be admitted that the idea...
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Prize essay. Christianity and infidelity: an exposition of the arguments on ...

Sara Sophia Hennell - 1857
...to the general stock. According to the immortal aphorism of Pascal,* " the entire succession of men, through the whole course of ages, must be regarded...one man, always living and incessantly learning." The perfection of human nature can only be attained, when the individuality of its component parts...
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History of the intellectual development of Europe

John William Draper - 1863 - 631 pages
...maturity, in old age. Pascal was more than justified in his assertion that " the entire succession of men, through the whole course of ages, must be regarded...one man, always living and incessantly learning." In both cases, the manner of advance, though it may sometimes be unexpected, can never be abrupt. At...
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The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 35

Medicine - 1865
...respectively. Thus Pascal was more than justified in his assertion, that " the entire siiccession of men through the whole course of ages must be regarded...one man, always living and incessantly learning." Age of Faith, the fourth the Age of Reason, and the fifth as the Age of Decrepitude : " From the possibility...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 35

Medical - 1865
...respectively. Thus Pascal was more than justified in his assertion, that " the entire succession of mm through the whole course of ages must be regarded...one man, always living and incessantly learning." Age of Faith, the fourth the Age of Reason, and the fifth as the Ago of Decrepitude : "From the possibility...
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British and foreign medico-chirurgical review: or, Quarterly ..., Volume 35

Medical - 1865
...respectively. Thus Pascal was more than justified in his assertion, that " the entire succession of men through the whole course of ages must be regarded...one man, always living and incessantly learning." According to our author, the intellectual progress of Europe will be found, on inquiry, to be like...
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Manual of Social Science: Being a Condensation of the "Principles of Social ...

Henry Charles Carey - Economics - 1866 - 548 pages
...former we are but paving the way for the discovery of the latter. " The entire succession of men," says Pascal, " through the whole course of ages, must be...the eminent teachers to whose labors we have been so much indebted for the wonderful development of physical, chemical, and physiological science in the...
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Quarterly Journal of Science, and Annals of Mining, Metallurgy ..., Volume 3

Science - 1866
...compelled to acknowledge the truth of the saying of the great Pascal, that " the entire succession of men through the whole course of ages must be regarded...as one man always living and incessantly learning." The very first mail who lifted himself above the beasts of the field by the discovery that a sharp...
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The Penn Monthly, Volume 3

1872
...may expect to find in the parts of the plant, and vice versa." So is it with the tree of science and its many branches, what is true of its root cannot...ages, must be regarded as one man, always living and inces* "The pagan, the idolater, the ignorant, even of the Catholic church, worship their stocks and...
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MANUAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE

KATE McKEAN - 1872
...former we are but paving the way for the discovery of the latter. " The entire succession of men," says Pascal, " through the whole course of ages, must be...the eminent teachers to whose labors we have been so much indebted for the wonderful development of physical, chemical, and physiological science in the...
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