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" We may suspect a priori that in some law of change lies the explanation of this universal transformation of the homogeneous into the heterogeneous. Thus much premised, we pass at once to the statement of the law, which is this: — Every active force... "
Illustrations of universal progress - Page 31
by Herbert Spencer - 1875 - 451 pages
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 41

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1857
...some law of change lies the explanation of this universal transformation of the homogeneous into the heterogeneous. Thus much premised, we pass at once to the statement of the law, which is this : Eoery active force produces more than one change — every cause produces more than one effect. Before...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volume 24; Volume 44

Universalism - 1887
...These two universal laws apply to the phenomena of mind not less than to those of physical nature. " Every active force produces more than one change —every cause produces more than one effect." These are universal laws, and by them the change from the homogeneous or simple to the heterogeneous...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 41

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1857
...some law of change lies the explanation of this universal transformation of the homogeneous into the heterogeneous. Thus much premised, we pass at once to the statement of the law, which is this : Ecery active force produces more than one change — eoery cause produces more than one effect. Betore...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine, Volumes 3-4

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1857
...5, the organization of industry; 6, the progress of language, &c. The law of this progress is — " Every active force produces more than one change; every cause produces more than one effect." This is again shown in special instances of the above-mentioned items, and the lesson deduced is, that...
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Essays: Scientific, Political and Speculative, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Science - 1858
...some law of change lies the explanation of this universal transformation of the homogeneous into the heterogeneous. Thus much premised, we pass at once...more than one effect. Before this law can be duly comprehendcd, a few examples must be looked at. When one body is struck against another, that which...
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Essays--scientific, political and speculative

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1858 - 435 pages
...of this universal transformation of the homogeneous into the heterogeneous. Thus much premised, \ve pass at once to the statement of the law, which is...this :—Every active force produces more than one change—every cause produces more than one effect. Before this law can be duly comprehended, a few...
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The Social science review [afterw.] New York social science review. A ...

Alexander Del Mar - 1865
...that the same rules which hold good in physical phenomena, hold true in the social organism : that " every active " force produces more than one change ; every cause produces " more than one effect/' Simple as this law appears, it is a comprehensive truth of the greatest magnitude, and one which is...
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Essays: scientific, political, and speculative, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1868
...some law of change lies the explanation of this universal transformation of the homogeneous into thu heterogeneous. Thus much premised, we pass at once...comprehended, a few examples must be looked at. When one body is struck against another, that which we usually regard as the effect, is a change of position...
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Selections from Manuscripts, Volume 3

James Hinton - Aesthetics - 1874
...effected by the re-occurrence of it. Let me look at this double relation. — H. Spencer says that ' Every active force produces more than one change ; every cause produces more than one effect.' .Is not this what I have noted ? ' that force divides dichotomously,' that a conversion is never complete....
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ENGLISH PSYCHOLOGY

1874
...which explains the universal transformation of the homogeneous into the heterogeneous, is as follows : Every active force produces more than one change; every cause produces more than one effect. One body strikes another; to our eyes the effect consists in a change in the position or the motion...
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