| Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1911
..."The man of science who, forgetting the limits of philosophical inquiry, slides from these formuke **and symbols into what is commonly understood by materialism seems to me to place himself** upon a level with the mathematician who should mistake the f's and i/'s with which he works his problems... | |
| John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1869
...the man of science, who, forgetting the limits of philosophical inquiry, slides from these formulae **and symbols into what is commonly understood by materialism,...level with the mathematician, who should mistake the** SB'S and y's, with which he works his problems, for real entities, — and with this further disadvantage,... | |
| Thomas Henry Huxley - Protoplasm - 1869 - 24 pages
...man of science, who, forgetting the limits of philosophi23 cal inquiry, slides from these formulae **and symbols into what is commonly understood by materialism, seems to me to** plaie himself on a level with the mathematician, who should mistake the ж'.ч and y's, with which... | |
| Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1870 - 378 pages
...materialism, seems to me to place himself on a level with the mathematician, who should mistake the oj's **and y's, with which he works his problems, for real...consequence, while the errors of systematic materialism may** paralyse the energies and destroy the beauty of a life. VIII. THE SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS OF POSITIVISM.... | |
| Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1870 - 378 pages
...seems to me to place himself on a level with the mathematician, who should mistake the a;'s and tfs, **with which he works his problems, for real entities...consequence, while the errors of systematic materialism may** paralyse the energies and destroy the beauty of a life. VIII. THE SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS OF POSITIVISM.... | |
| Thomas Henry Huxley - Chalk - 1870 - 35 pages
...the man of science, who, forgetting the limits of philosophical inquiry, slides from these formulas **and symbols into what is commonly understood by materialism,...and y's, with which he works his problems, for real** entities—and with this further disadvantage as compared with the mathematician, that the blunders... | |
| Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1870 - 378 pages
...the man of science, who, forgetting the limits of philosophical inquiry, slides from these formulae **and symbols into what is commonly understood by materialism,...level with the mathematician, who should mistake the** cc's and y\ with which he works his problems, for real entities — ane with this further disadvantage,... | |
| Thomas Henry Huxley - Natural history - 1871 - 344 pages
...the man of science, who, forgetting the limits of philosophical inquiry, slides from these formulae **and symbols into what is commonly understood by materialism,...consequence, while the errors of systematic materialism may** paralyse the energies and destroy the beauty of a life. VIII. THE SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS. OF. POSITIVISM... | |
| Thomas Henry Huxley - Evolution (Biology) - 1871 - 378 pages
...seems to me to place himself on a level with the mathematician, who should mistake the x's and y'i **with which he works his problems, for real entities...and with this further disadvantage, as compared with** thf mathematician, that the blunders of the latter are of no practical consequence, while the errors... | |
| William George Williams - Apologetics - 1872 - 365 pages
...the man of science, who, forgetting the limits of philosophical inquiry, slides from these .formulas **and symbols into what is commonly understood by ^...with the mathematician who should mistake the x's and** ys, with which he works his problems, for real entities — and with this further disadvantage, as... | |
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