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" What are the conditions of a science? and when may any subject be said to enter the scientific stage? I suppose when the facts begin to resolve themselves into groups; when phenomena are no longer isolated experiences, but appear in connection and order;... "
Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Page 158
by Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1877
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Proceedings, Volume 4

Royal Institution of Great Britain - Science - 1866
...conditions of a science ? and when may any subject be said to enter the scientific stage ? I suppose when the facts of it begin to resolve themselves into...after certain antecedents, certain consequences are seen to follow ; when facts enough have been collected to furnish a basis for conjectural explanation,...
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The Sunday school teacher

National Sunday school union - 1872
...worlds displays the workings of His majestic Hand, yet with no traces of hurry. C. WHAT IS A SCIENCE? WHAT are the conditions of a science ? and when may...any subject be said to enter the scientific stage ? suppose when the facts of it begin to resolve themselves into groups ; when phenomena are no longer...
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Prose masterpieces from modern essayists [ed. by G.H.P.

Prose masterpieces - 1884
...tried to follow his principles into detail, it might have fared no better with him than with " Faust." What are the conditions of a science ? and when may...any subject be said to enter the scientific stage ? I suppose when the facts begin to resolve themselves into groups ; when phenomena are no longer isolated...
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Buckle and His Critics: A Study in Sociology

John Mackinnon Robertson - Civilization - 1895 - 565 pages
...and the words " palpable and ponderable " vitiate the other. But this is more to the purpose : " What are the conditions of a science ? and when may...any subject be said to enter the scientific stage ? I suppose when the facts of it begin to resolve themselves into groups ; when phenomena are no longer...
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Applied Mechanics: An Elementary General Introduction to the Theory of ...

Compressed air - 1906 - 647 pages
...IX., X. Hydraulic Pressure Machines, . . ... 525 XI. Crosby's Indicator, ........ .559 INTRODUCTION. WHAT are the conditions of a science? and when may...resolve themselves into groups ; when phenomena are 110 longer isolated experiences, but appear in connection and order ; when, after certain^ antecedents,...
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A Beginner's Psychology

Edward Bradford Titchener - Psychology - 1915 - 362 pages
...observation into groups (Hill). (c) When may any subject be said to enter the scientific stage ? I suppose when the facts of it begin to resolve themselves into...and order; when, after certain antecedents, certain consequents are uniformly seen to follow; when facts enough have been collected to furnish a basis...
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