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'Brief Lives': A-H - Page 332
by John Aubrey, Andrew Clark - 1898
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Letters Written by Eminent Persons in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth ...

Thomas Hearne, John Aubrey - English letters - 1813
...this is impossible!" So he reads the demonstration of it, vv ch referred him back to another, w ch he also read, et sic deinceps, that at last he was demonstratively convinced of that truth. This made him in love with geometry. I have heard S r . Jonas Moore (and others) say that 'twas...
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Studies New and Old

William Leonard Courtney - English literature - 1888 - 254 pages
...reads the proposition. ' By G—,' says he,' this is impossible !' So he reads the demonstration, which referred him back to another, which he also read,...that at last he was demonstratively convinced of that truth. This made him in love with geometry." But it was not so much geometry in itself with which he...
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Darwin and Hegel: With Other Philosophical Studies

David George Ritchie - Economics - 1893 - 285 pages
...the proposition. ' By G—,' says he, ' this is impossible ! ' So he reads the demonstration, which referred him back to another, which he also read,...that at last he was demonstratively convinced of that truth. This made him in love with geometry." Principles). Evolution is in every one's mouth now, and...
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Hobbes

Sir Leslie Stephen - 1904 - 243 pages
...Aubrey apologetically notes). " So he reads the demonstration of it which referred him back to such a proposition : which proposition he read. That referred him back to another, which he also read. B 18 HOBBES Et sic deinceps that at last he was demonstratively convinced of that truth. This made...
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The Cambridge History of English Literature: Cavalier and Puritan

Sir Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller - English literature - 1911
...impossible!' So he reads the demonstration of it, which referred him back to another, which also he read, et sic deinceps, that at last he was demonstratively convinced of that trnth. This made him in lore with geometry. About this time also, or soon afterwards, his philosophical...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 165

Literary Criticism - 1887
...the proposition. "By G ," says ' he, " this is impossible ! " So he reads the demonstration, ' which referred him back to another, which he also read,...at last he was demonstratively convinced ' of that truth. This made him in love with geometry.' But it was not so much geometry in itself with which he...
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The Western Intellectual Tradition

Jacob Bronowski, Bruce Mazlish - History - 1962 - 544 pages
...aayd he, ‘this is impossible!' So he reads the demonstration of it, which referred him back to such a proposition; which proposition he read. That referred...that trueth. This made him in love with geometry. The 47 th Proposition of Euclid is Pythagoras' theorem about the squares on the sides of a right-angled...
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The Philosophers : Their Lives and the Nature of their Thought: Their Lives ...

Ben-Ami Scharfstein Professor of Philosophy Tel-Aviv University - Philosophy - 1980 - 496 pages
...emphasis) this is impossible*. So he reads the Demonstration of it, which referred him back to such a Proposition; which proposition he read. That referred him back to another, which he also read. Et sic deincips and so on that at last he was demonstratively convinced of that truth. This made him in love...
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Geometry and the Visual Arts

Daniel Pedoe - Mathematics - 1976 - 296 pages
...which referred him back to such a Proposition; which proposition he The Theorem of Pythagoras (p. 27). read. That referred him back to another, which he also read. Et sic deinceps [and so on] that at last he was demonstratively convinced of that trueth. This made him in love with...
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