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On Natural Theology - Page 196
by Thomas Chalmers - 1857
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On the Power Wisdom and Goodness of God as Manifested in the ..., Volume 2

Thomas Chalmers - Human beings - 1833
...indifference, bordering on contempt, towards what he imagines the far less interesting track of his fellowlabourers. Now each is right in the admiration...and reject the testimony of each to the comparative worth lessness of that which he does not know ; and then the unavoidable inference is that that must...
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On the Power, Wisdom, and Goodness of God, as Manifested in the Adaptation ...

Thomas Chalmers - Human beings - 1833 - 308 pages
...indifference, bordering on contempt, towards what he imagines the far less interesting track 'of his fellow-labourers. Now each is right in the admiration...they cast on the other fields which they have never * The benefit of subdivsion in science should lead to the multiplication of professorships in our literary...
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The Metropolitan Magazine, Volume 23

Literary Criticism - 1838
...largely studied and developed. ' But,' says Dr. Chalmers, ' we must take the testimony of each man to the worth of that which he does know, and reject...comparative worthlessness of that which he does not know.' " For it is not, generally speaking, that he overrates his own particular walk of art from over-enthusiasm,...
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The Metropolitan, Volume 23

English literature - 1838
...largely studied and developed. ' But,' says Dr. Chalmers, ' we must take the testimony of each man to the worth of that which he does know, and reject...comparative worthlessness of that which he does not know.' " For it is not, generally speaking, that he overrates his own particular walk of art from over-enthusiasm,...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 5

Medicine - 1850
...departments of inquiry, in which he is comparatively uninterested. "Each," says Dr. Chalmers, " '" right in the admiration he renders to the grace and...comparative worthlessness of that which he does not know." * Natural Theology, Chap. V, " On the Adaptations of the Material World to the Moral and Intellectual...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 5

1850
...those departments of inquiry, in which he is comparatively uninterested. "Each," says Dr. Chalmers, "is right in the admiration he renders to the grace...and reject the testimony of each to the comparative worthlessuess of that which he does not know." Natural Theology, Chap. V, " On the Adaptations...
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Excelsior: Helps to Progress in Religion, Science, and Literature, Volumes 5-6

James Hamilton - History - 1856
...of indifference bordering on contempt towards what he imagines the far less interesting track of his fellow-labourers. Now, each is right in the admiration...they cast on the other fields which they have never en5 8 tered. We should take the testimony of each to the worth of that which he does know, and reject...
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Cassell's popular natural history

Cassell, ltd - 1859
...fellow-labo'urers. Now, each is right in the admiration he renders to the grace and grandeur of that field which he himself has explored ; but all are wrong in the distaste...each to the worth of that which he does know ; and then the unavoidable inference is that that must be, indeed, a replete and a gorgeous universe...
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Cassell's popular natural history

Cassell, ltd - Science - 1863
...fellow-labourers. Now, each is right in the admiration he renders to the grace and grandeur of that field which lie himself has explored ; but all are wrong in the distaste...disregard they cast on the other fields which they hare never entered. We should take tlip testimony of each to the worth of that which he does know ;...
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Studies, Stories, and Memoirs

Mrs. Jameson (Anna) - Art - 1877 - 408 pages
...largely studied and developed. " But," says Dr. Chalmers, " we must take the testimony of each man to the worth of that which he does know, and reject the testimony of each to the comparative worthlcssness of that which he does not know." For it is not, generally speaking, that he overrates...
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