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" is that study which knows nothing of observation, nothing of induction, nothing of experiment, nothing of causation. "
The Laws of Verse: Or Principles of Versification Exemplified in Metrical ... - Page 108
by James Joseph Sylvester - 1870 - 152 pages
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Quarterly Journal of Science, and Annals of Mining, Metallurgy ..., Volume 6

Science - 1869
...speaking of the sciences as they are in themselves, and without any reference to scholastic discipline, that ' mathematics is that study which knows nothing of observation, nothing of induction, nothing of experiment, nothing of causation ? ' " The speaker continued to say that he was...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 6

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1869
...speaking of the sciences as they are in themselves, and without any reference to scholastic discipline, that ' mathematics is that study which knows nothing of observation, nothing of induction, nothing of experiment, nothing of causation ? ' " The speaker continued to say that he was...
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Nature, Volume 1

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1870
...same eminent writer in an article of even date with the preceding, in the Fortnightly Ite-i'ie-iv, where we are told that " Mathematics is that study...statement could have been made more opposite to the facts of the case : that mathematical analysis is constantly invoking the aid of new principles, new...
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Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - Evolution - 1870 - 378 pages
...the same time, furnish an exact conception of the general method of scientific investigation, is that which knows nothing of observation, nothing of experiment, nothing of induction, nothing of causation ! And education, the whole secret of which consists in proceeding from the easy to the difficult, the...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 39

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1870
...speaking of the sciences as they are in themselves ana without any reference to scholastic discipline, that Mathematics " is that study which knows nothing of observation, nothing of induction, nothing of experiment, nothing of causation." I, of course, am not so absurd as to maintain...
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Nature, Volume 1

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1870
...speaking of the sciences as they are in themselves and without any reference to scholastic discipline), that Mathematics " is that study which knows nothing of observation, nothing of induction, nothing of experiment, nothing of causation "?J I, of course, am not so absurd as to contend...
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The Laws of Verse: Or Principles of Versification Exemplified in Metrical ...

James Joseph Sylvester - Mathematics - 1870 - 152 pages
...speaking of the sciences as they are in themselves and without any reference to scholastic discipline, that Mathematics ' is that study which knows nothing of observation, nothing of induction, nothing of experiment, nothing of causation.'* * Induction and analogy are the special characteristics...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1870
...speaking of the sciences as they Ħire in themselves and without any reference to scholastic discipline, that Mathematics "is that study which knows nothing of observation, nothing of induction, nothing of experiment, nothing of causation." This accounts, I believe, for the extraordinary...
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The laws of verse or Principles of versification exemplified in metrical ...

1870
...speaking of the sciences as they are in themselves and without any reference to scholastic discipline, that Mathematics ' is that study which knows nothing of observation, nothing of induction, nothing of experiment, nothing of causation.'* * Induction and analogy are the special characteristics...
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Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1886 - 339 pages
...the same time, furnish an exact conception of the general method of scientific investigation, is that which knows nothing of observation, nothing of experiment, nothing of induction, nothing of causation ! And education, the whole secret of which consists in proceeding from the easy to the difficult, the...
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