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" And its vocation will be ended as soon as the reduction of natural phenomena to simple forces is complete and the proof given that this is the only reduction of which the phenomena are capable. "
Hermann von Helmholtz - Page 42
by Leo Koenigsberger - 1906 - 440 pages
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Mathematics and the Search for Knowledge

Morris Kline - History - 1985 - 272 pages
...solubility of this problem is the condition for the comprehensibility of nature And its [science's] vocation will be ended as soon as the reduction of...proof given that this is the only reduction of which phenomena are capable. Helmholtz was expressing a pious hope, for even as these words were written,...
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Knowledge, Evolution and Paradox: The Ontology of Language

Koen DePryck - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1993 - 184 pages
...of this problem is the condition of the complete comprehension of nature. . . . And its [science's] vocation will be ended as soon as the reduction of...this is the only reduction of which the phenomena are capable."10 For Helmholtz it was just a matter of details; but we can now reasonably assume that we...
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