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" be either attractive or repulsive. ' Finally, therefore, we discover the problem of physical natural science to be, to refer natural phenomena back to unchangeable attractive and repulsive forces, whose intensity depends solely upon distance. The solvability... "
Hermann von Helmholtz - Page 41
by Leo Koenigsberger - 1906 - 440 pages
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Observations on some of the physical, chemical, physiological and ...

Joseph Jones - 1859 - 419 pages
...between the points by which the forces are exerted." In this valuable memoir, Dr. Helmholtz refers natural phenomena back to unchangeable attractive...repulsive forces, whose intensity depends solely upon the distance ; and establishes, by copious illustrations and mathematical demonstrations, the interaction...
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The Transactions of the American Medical Association, Volume 12

American Medical Association - 1859
...between the points by which the forces are exerted." In this valuable memoir, Dr. Helmholtz refers natural phenomena back to unchangeable attractive...repulsive forces, whose intensity depends solely upon the distance; and establishes, by copious illustrations and mathematical demonstrations, the interaction...
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Freud Reappraised: A Fresh Look at Psychoanalytic Theory

Robert R. Holt, Sigmund Freud - Psychology - 1989 - 433 pages
...preceding century, Helmholtz was confidently writing: We discover the problem of physical material science to be to refer natural phenomena back to unchangeable...attractive and repulsive forces whose intensity depends wholly upon distance. The solubility of this problem is the condition of the complete comprehensibility...
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Knowledge, Evolution and Paradox: The Ontology of Language

Koen DePryck - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1993 - 184 pages
...Galileo's time. “Finally, therefore,” Helmholtz claims, “we discover the problem of physical material science to be to refer natural phenomena back to unchangeable...attractive and repulsive forces whose intensity depends wholly on distance. The solubility of this problem is the condition of the complete comprehension of...
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The Science of Energy: A Cultural History of Energy Physics in Victorian Britain

Crosbie Smith - History - 1998 - 404 pages
...attractive or repulsive. The problem of physical science therefore became simply that of referring 'natural phenomena back to unchangeable attractive...forces, whose intensity depends solely upon distance'. 26 Helmholtz also explained that many of the general mechanical principles applicable to systems of...
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