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" Alike in the external and the internal worlds, he sees himself in the midst of perpetual changes, of which he can discover neither the beginning nor the end. If, tracing back the evolution of things, he allows himself to entertain the hypothesis that... "
Illustrations of Universal Progress: A Series of Discussions - Page 59
by Herbert Spencer - 1867 - 451 pages
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 41

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1857
...science, content fearlessly to follow wherever the evidence leads him, becomes by each new inquiry more convinced that the universe is an insoluble problem....neither the beginning nor the end. If, tracing back the genesis of things, he allows himself to entertain the still unproved hypothesis that all matter once...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 41

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1857
...science, content fearlessly to follow wherever the evidence leads him, becomes by each new inquiry more convinced that the universe is an insoluble problem....neither the beginning nor the end. If, tracing back the genesis of things, he allows himself to entertain the still unproved hypothesis that all matter once...
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First Principles

Herbert Spencer - Evolution - 1862 - 503 pages
...inexplicableness of that which remains behind. Alike in the external and the internal worlds, the man of science sees himself in the midst of perpetual changes of...he allows himself to entertain the hypothesis that the Universe once existed in a diffused form, he finds it utterly impossible to conceive how this came...
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Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections

Anthropology - 1883 - 150 pages
...that cannot be comprehended. - - - Alike in the external and the internal worlds, the man of science sees himself in the midst of perpetual changes ...he can discover neither the beginning nor the end. - - - In all directions his investigations eventually bring him face to face with an insoluble enigma...
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First principles of a new system of philosophy

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy, Modern - 1864 - 508 pages
...inexplicableness of that which remains behind. Alike in the external and the internal worlds, the man of science sees himself in the midst of perpetual changes of...he allows himself to entertain the hypothesis that the Universe once existed in a diffused form, he finds it utterly impossible to conceive how this came...
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First Principles

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy, Modern - 1864 - 602 pages
...inexplicableness of that which remains behind. Alike in the external and the internal worlds, the man of science sees himself in the midst of perpetual changes of...beginning nor the end. If, tracing back the evolution of tilings, he allows himself to entertain the hypothesis that the Universe once existed in a diffused...
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Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 22

Theology - 1865
...a complete philosophy of nature as the basis of a higher religion, makes this candid admission : " The sincere man of science, content to follow wherever...he allows himself to entertain the hypothesis that matter once existed in a diffused form, he finds it utterly impossible to conceive how this came to...
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The Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 22

Theology - 1865
...a complete philosophy of nature as the basis of a higher religion, makes this candid admission : " The sincere man of science, content to follow wherever...he allows himself to entertain the hypothesis that matter once existed in a diffused form, he finds it utterly impossible to conceive how this came to...
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First principles of a new system of philosophy

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy, English - 1870 - 559 pages
...inexplicableness of that which remains behind. Alike in the external and the internal worlds, the man of science sees himself in the midst of perpetual changes of...he allows himself to entertain the hypothesis that the Universe once existed in a diffused form, he finds it utterly impossible to conceive how this came...
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ENGLISH PSYCHOLOGY

1874
...daily finding his cherished beliefs more and more shaken, secretly fears that all things may some day be explained, and has a corresponding dread of science...diffused form, he finds it utterly impossible to conceive hqw this came to be so, and equally, if he speculates on the future, he can assign no limit to the...
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