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" I should be loath to gainsay so keen an observer and so profound a political writer, but, since my arrival in this country, I have been unable to see anything in the constitution of society to prevent a student with the root of the matter in him from... "
Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ... - Page xlvi
by United States. Bureau of Education - 1873
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The American Naturalist, Volume 7

Biology - 1873
...influ- — enee which republicanism has on the advance of science, Prof. — "3 Tyndall says : — " It rests with you to prove whether these things are...find in the midst of you a tranquil home. I should be loth to gainsay so keen an observer and so profound a critical writer, but since my arrival in this...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ...

United States. Bureau of Education - Education - 1873
...future," he says, " will prove whether the passion for profound knowledge, so rare and so fruitful, can be born and developed so readily in democratic societies...genius cannot find in the midst of you a tranquil home. 1 should bo loath to gainsay so keen an observer, and so profound a political writer, but since my...
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Nature, Volume 7

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1873
...unfavourable influence which republicanism has on the advance of science, Prof. Tyndall says : — " It rests with you to prove whether these things are...find in the midst of you a tranquil home. I should be loth to gainsay so keen an observer and so profound a critical writer, but, since my arrival in this...
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Nature, Volume 7

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1873
...unfavourable influence which republicanism has on the advance of science, Prof. Tyndall says : — " It rests with you to prove whether these things are...find in the midst of you a tranquil home. I should be loth to gainsay so keen an observer and so profound a critical writer, but, since my arrival in this...
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Lectures on Light: Delivered in the United States in 1872-'73

John Tyndall - Light - 1873 - 194 pages
...man, which troubles and distracts the mind without imparting to it either animation or elevation." It rests with you to prove whether these things are...genius cannot find in the midst of you a tranquil home. progr&s qu'aux Etats-TJnis, on qui aient fourni moins de grands artists, de poetes illustres, et de...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1873
...future," he says, " will prove wlmthiT the passion for profound knowledge, so rare and so fruitful, can be born and developed so readily in democratic societies...these things are necessarily so ; whether the highest scieutilic genius cannot find in the midst of you a tranquil home. 1 should l>e loath to gainsay so...
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Annual Report

United States. Office of Education - Education - 1873
...prove -vvhot the passion for profound knowledge, во rare and so fruitful, can be born ami develo so readily in democratic societies as in aristocracies."...whether these things are necessarily so ; whether highest scientific genius cannot find in the midst of yon a tranquil home. I -'.<•. loath to gainsay...
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Six Lectures on Light: Delivered in America in 1872-1873

John Tyndall - Light, Wave theory of - 1875 - 272 pages
...man, which troubles and distracts the mind without imparting to it either loftiness or animation.' It rests with you to prove whether these things are necessarily so — whether scientific genius cannot find, in the midst of you, a tranquil home. I should be loth to gainsay so...
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SIX LECTURES ON LIGHT

JOHN TYNDALL - 1881
...man, which troubles and distracts the mind without imparting to it either loftiness or animation.' It rests with you to prove whether these things are necessarily so— whether scientific genius cannot find, in the midst of you, a tranquil home. I should be loth to gainsay so...
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The World's Best Orations: From the Earliest Period to Ư the ..., Volume 9

David Josiah Brewer, Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1899
...man, which troubles and distracts the mind without imparting to it either animation or elevation." It rests with you to prove whether these things are...keen an observer and so profound a political writer, but, since my arrival in this country, I have been unable to see anything in the constitution of society...
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