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" Is there not a temptation to close to some extent with Lucretius, when he affirms that' Nature is seen to do all things spontaneously of herself, without the meddling of the gods'? "
The Progress of the Century - Page 7
1901 - 582 pages
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - History
...said: " Is there'not a temptation to close to some extent with Lucretius, when he affirms that nature is seen to do all things spontaneously of herself without the meddling of the gods 1," But this may be said to be the first effect of all science. It is the faith of the untutored Indian,...
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The Methodist Quarterly Review

Methodist Church - 1876
...Tyndall, " Is there not a temptation to close to some extent with Lucretius when he affirms that nature is seen to do all things spontaneously of herself without the meddling of the gods ? " And we are tempted also to inquire how far modern science differs either in its principles or motions...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volume 24; Volume 44

Universalism - 1887
...not a temptation," he says, " to close to some extent with Lucretius when he affirms that ' Nature is seen to do all things spontaneously of herself, without the meddling of the gods,'or with Bruno when he declares that matter is not ' that mere empty capacity which philosophers...
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Proceedings, Volume 29

Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1875
...constitution of nature has been in any way determined by intelligent design. Nature, according to Lucretius, is seen to do all things spontaneously, of herself, without the meddling of the gods. If by the gods we are to understand Mars, Bacchus, Apollo, and the rest, all honour be to Lucretius...
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John Tyndall - Crystallization - 1874 - 83 pages
...kind, they fell at length into the arrangements out of which this system of things has been formed. 'If you will apprehend and keep in mind these things,...spontaneously of herself, without the meddling of the gods.' 1 To meet the objection that his atoms cannot be seen, Lucretius describes a violent storm, and shows...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 5

Science - 1874
...immeasurable ranges of space and time suggested the nebular hypothesis to Kant, its first propounder. " If you will apprehend and keep in mind these things,...spontaneously of herself, without the meddling of the gods." ' 1 Born 99 B. o. s Monro's translation. In hia criticism of this work (Contemporary Review, 1867)...
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The Medical Times and Gazette, Volume 2

1874
...immeasurable ranges of space and time, suggested the nebular hypothesis to Kant, its first propounder. ' If you will apprehend and keep in mind these things,...spontaneously of herself, without the meddling of the gods.' " Then came the darkness of the Middle Ages ; and, as the Professor quotes from Lord Bacon, " at a...
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Address Delivered Before the British Association Assembled at Belfast: With ...

John Tyndall - Crystallization - 1874 - 65 pages
...kind, they fell at length into the arrangements out of which this system of things has been formed. 'If you will apprehend and keep in mind these things,...spontaneously of herself, without the meddling of the gods.' 1 To meet the objection that his atoms cannot be seen, Lucretius describes a violent storm, and shows...
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Nature, Volume 10

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1874
...immeasurable ranges of space and time suggested the nebular hypothesis to Kant, its first propounder. " If you will apprehend and keep in mind these things,...spontaneously of herself, without the meddling of the gods."f During the centuries between the first of these three philosophers and the last, the human...
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The Beginnings of Things, Or, Science Versus Theology: An Address by Prof ...

John Tyndall - Religion and science - 1874 - 72 pages
...immeasurable ranges of space and time suggested the *" nebular hypothesis to Kant, its first propouuder. "If you will apprehend and keep in mind these things, Nature, free at once, and rid of her haughty Jords, is seen to do all things spontaneously of herself, without the meddling of the gods." During...
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