With the algebraists, however, who are Pagans themselves, the 'Pagan fables' are believed, and the inferences are made, not so much through lapse of memory as through an unaccountable addling of the brains. In short, I never yet encountered the mere mathematician... The Technique of the Mystery Story - Page 166by Carolyn Wells - 1913 - 336 pagesFull view - About this book
| Edgar Allan Poe - American literature - 1845 - 228 pages
...inferences are made, not so much through lapse of memory, as through an unaccountable addling of the brains. **In short, I never yet encountered the mere mathematician...clandestinely hold it as a point of his faith that** x^+px was absolutely and unconditionally equal to q. Say to one of these gentlemen, by way of experiment,... | |
| 1865
...inferences are made, not so much through lapse of memory, as through an unaccountable addling of the brains. **In short, I never yet encountered the mere mathematician...clandestinely hold it as a point of his faith that** x*+px was absolutely and unconditionally equal to q. Say to one of these gentlemen, by way of experiment,... | |
| Edgar Allan Poe - 1871
...are made, not so much throutth lapse of memory, as through an unaccountable addling of the brains. **In short, I never yet encountered the mere mathematician...clandestinely hold it as a point of his faith that** x*->rpx was absolutely and unconditionally equal to q. Say to one of these gentlemen, by way of experiment,... | |
| John Henry Ingram - 1874
...inferences are made, not so much through lapse of memory as through an unaccountable addling of the brains. **In short, I never yet encountered the mere mathematician...clandestinely hold it as a point of his faith that** x'+px was absolutely and unconditionally equal to q. Say to one of these gentlemen, by way of experiment,... | |
| 1876
...inferences are made, not so much through lapse of memory, as through an unaccountable addling of the brains. **In short, I never yet encountered the mere mathematician...clandestinely hold it as a point of his faith that** x*+px was absolutely and unconditionally equal to q. Say to one of these gentlemen, by way of experiment,... | |
| Literature - 1886
...inferences are made, not so much through lapse of memory as through an unaccountable addling of the brains. **In short, I never yet encountered the mere mathematician...clandestinely hold it as a point of his faith that** ar+ px was absolutely and unconditionally equal to q. Say to one of these gentlemen, by way of experiment,... | |
| Ernest Rhys - Fantasy literature, American - 1889 - 312 pages
...inferences are made, not so much through lapse of memory as through an unaccountable addling of the brains. **In short, I never yet encountered the mere mathematician...clandestinely hold it as a point of his faith that** x?+px was absolutely and unconditionally equal to q. Say to one of these gentlemen, by way of experiment,... | |
| Henry Coppée - Literature - 1893
...inferences are made, not so much through lapse of memory as through an unaccountable addling of the brains. **In short, I never yet encountered the mere mathematician...clandestinely hold it as a point of his faith that** x~ -\- px was absolutely and unconditionally equal to q. Say to one of these gentlemen, by way of experiment,... | |
| 1895 - 353 pages
...inferences are made, not so much through lapse of memory, as through an unaccountable addling of the brains. **In short I never yet encountered the mere mathematician...clandestinely hold it as a point of his faith that** x *+Ar was absolutely and unconditionally equal to q. Say to one of these gentlemen, by way of experiment,... | |
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