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" it is safe to say that The foundations of Physical Science would remain unshaken, and that the vast intellectual progress- of the last two centuries would be largely though incompletely recorded. "
Japanese homes and their surroundings - Page xxxiii
by Edward Sylvester Morse - 1885 - 372 pages
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Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1870 - 378 pages
..."Principia." If all the books in the world, except the Philosophical Transactions, were destroyed, it is safe to say that the foundations of physical...centuries would be largely, though incompletely, recorded. Nor have any signs of halting or of decrepitude manifested themselves in our own times. As in Dr. Wallis's...
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Thomas Henry Huxley - Philosophy - 1870 - 378 pages
..."Principia." If all the books in the world, except the Philosophical Transactions, were destroyed, it is safe to say that the foundations of physical...centuries would be largely, though incompletely, recorded. Nor have any signs of halting or of decrepitude manifested themselves in our own times. As in Dr. Wallis's...
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Thomas Henry Huxley - Natural history - 1871 - 344 pages
..." Principia." If all the books in the world, except the Philosophical Transactions, were destroyed, it is safe to say that the foundations of physical...centuries would be largely, though incompletely, recorded. Nor have any signs Thus it was that the half-dozen young men, studious of the " New Philosophy," who...
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Thomas Henry Huxley - Evolution (Biology) - 1871 - 378 pages
..." Principia." If all the books in the world, except the Philosophical Transactions, were destroyed, it is safe to say that the foundations of physical...intellectual progress of the last two centuries would bj largely, though incompletely, recorded. Nor have any signs of halting or of decrepitude manifested...
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Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1872 - 378 pages
..." Principia." If all the books in the world, except the Philosophical Transactions, were destroyed, it is safe to say that the foundations of physical...centuries would be largely, though incompletely, recorded. Nor have any signs of halting or of decrepitude manifested themselves in our own times. As in Dr. Wallis's...
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Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1877 - 378 pages
..." Principia." If aU the books in the world, except the Philosophical Transactions, Avere destroyed, it is safe to say that the foundations of physical...centuries would be largely, though incompletely, recorded. Nor have any signs of halting or of decrepitude manifested themselves in our own times. As in Dr. Wallis's...
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Thomas Henry Huxley - Evolution (Biology) - 1880 - 378 pages
..." Principia." If all the books in the world, except the Philosophical Transactions, were destroyed, it is safe to say that the foundations of physical...centuries would be largely, though incompletely, recorded. Nor have any signs of halting or of decrepitude manifested themselves in our own times. As in Dr. Wallis's...
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Masterpieces of English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - American literature - 1880 - 638 pages
...his Principia. If all the books in the world except the 95 Philosophical Transactions were destroyed, it is safe to say that the foundations of physical...centuries would be largely, though incompletely, recorded. Nor have any signs of halting or of decrepitude* manifested themselves in our own 100 times. As in...
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Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - English literature - 1882 - 638 pages
...his Principia. If all the books in the world except the « Philosophical Transactions were destroyed, it is safe to say that the foundations of physical...centuries would be largely, though incompletely, recorded. Nor have any signs of halting or of decrepitude* manifested themselves in ourowni» times. As in Dr....
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