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The Great Teacher: Characteristics of Our Lord's Ministry

John Harris - 1836 - 437 pages
...generalizations to commence ; when the discoveries of a single mind harmonized unnumbered facts, and placed the system of the universe on a basis never after to be shaken. The judgment will be a great process of moral generalization. Wherever, indeed, the gospel comes with power...
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The book of illustrations; or, Scripture truths exhibited by the aid of similes

Henry George Salter - Homiletical illustrations - 1840 - 532 pages
...generalisation to commence ; when the discoveries of a single mind harmonised unnumbered facts, and placed the system of the universe on a basis never after to be shaken. The judgment will be a great process of moral generalisation. Wherever, indeed, the gospel comes with power...
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Lectures on chemistry, including its applications in the arts

Henry Minchin Noad - 1841
...career of discovery, so signal the triumph of the inductive philosophy, that a single generation, and the efforts of a single mind, sufficed for the establishment...the universe, on a basis never after to be shaken." Although then, chemistry as a science, cannot be dated at an earlier period, than the beginning of...
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Lectures on Chemistry: Including Its Applications in the Arts, and the ...

Henry Minchin Noad - Chemistry - 1843 - 505 pages
...career of discovery, so signal the triumph of the inductive philosophy, that a single generation, and the efforts of a single mind, sufficed for the establishment...the universe, on a basis never after to be shaken." Although then, chemistry as a science, cannot be dated at an earlier period, than the beginning of...
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Lectures on chemistry: including its applications in the arts, and the ...

Henry Minchin Noad - Science - 1843 - 505 pages
...triumph of the inductive philosophy, that a single generation, and the efforts of a single mind, sufliced for the establishment of the system of the universe, on a basis never after to be shaken." Although then, chemistry as a science, cannot be dated at an earlier period, than the beginning of...
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Worthies of Science

John Stoughton - Scientists - 1879 - 342 pages
...career of discovery, so signal the triumph of the inductive philosophy, that a single generation, and the efforts of a single mind, sufficed for the establishment...system of the universe on a basis never after to be shaken."1 Boyle's scientific writings were numerous. They include works on the air, on chemistry, on...
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The advancement of learning, Book 1

Francis Bacon - Logic - 1904 - 145 pages
...career of discovery, so signal the triumph of the inductive philosophy, that a single generation, and the efforts of a single mind, sufficed for the establishment...the universe on a basis never after to be shaken. (ELL1S, General Preface to the Philosophical Works (Works of Francis Bacon, ed. Ellis, Spedding, and...
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A Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural Philosophy

John F. W. Herschel - Science - 2010 - 400 pages
Originally published in 1830, this book can be called the first modern work in the philosophy of science, covering an extraordinary range of philosophical, methodological, and ...
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