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The Laws of Verse: Or Principles of Versification Exemplified in Metrical ... - Page 108
by James Joseph Sylvester - 1870 - 152 pages
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 6

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1869
...observation and . comparison ; that one of its leading features is induction ; that it has frequently recourse to experimental trial and verification ;...the highest efforts of imagination and invention. Eieman wrote a thesis to show that the basis of our conception of space is purely empirical, and our...
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Quarterly Journal of Science, and Annals of Mining, Metallurgy ..., Volume 6

Science - 1869
...observation and comparison; that one of its leading features is induction ; that it has frequently recourse to experimental trial and verification ;...the highest efforts of imagination and invention. Kieman wrote a thesis to show that the basis of our conception of space is purely empirical, and our...
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The laws of verse or Principles of versification exemplified in metrical ...

1870
...truth rests on the * In his lloge of Daubenton, Cuvier remarks, ' Les savants jugent toujours cumme le vulgaire les ouvrages qui ne sent pas de leur genre.'...exercise of the highest efforts of imagination and invention.s * The annexed instance of Mathematical euristic is, I think, from its intrinsic interest,...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 39

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1870
...yoking the aid of new principles, new ideas, and new methods, not' capable of being defined by anv form of words, but springing direct from the inherent...the highest efforts of imagination and invention. Lagrange, than whom no greater authority could be quoted, has expressed emphatically his belief in...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1870
...inherent powers and activity oí the human mind, and from continually renewed introspection ofthat inner world of thought of which the phenomena are...the highest efforts of imagination and invention. Lngrange, than whom no greater authority could be quoted, has expressed emphatically his belief in...
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Nature, Volume 1

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1870
...as a shadow to the object from which it is projected, or as the hollow palm of one hand to the close fist which it grasps of the other : that it is unceasingly...the highest efforts of imagination and invention.* Lagrange, than whom no greater authority could be quoted, has expressed emphaticalry his belief in...
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The Laws of Verse: Or Principles of Versification Exemplified in Metrical ...

James Joseph Sylvester - Mathematics - 1870 - 152 pages
...principal weapons is induction, that it has frequent recourse to experimental trial and Terification, and that it affords a boundless scope for the exercise...record. The so-called canonical representation of a biliary quartic of the Lagrange, than whom no greater authority could be quoted, has expressed emphatically...
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The Lakeside Monthly, Volume 3

Francis Fisher Broune - 1870
...the wished-for unity." Who will doubt, after reading these extracts, that the science of mathematics affords a boundless scope for the exercise of the highest efforts of imagination and invention? Dares Professor Huxley to venture on a reply? After all, Professor Sylvester is among the most eminent...
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The Western Monthly, Volume 3

Francis Fisher Browne - History - 1870
...the wished-for unity." Who will doubt, after reading these extracts, that the science of mathematics affords a boundless scope for the exercise of the highest efforts of imagination and invention? Dares Professor Huxley to venture on a reply? After all, Professor Sylvester is among the most eminent...
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Analysis of aspects. Analysis of elements

Shadworth Hollway Hodgson - Reflection (Philosophy) - 1878
...employed. It is employed equally in mathematic. The facts of the case are, says Professor Sylvester, "that mathematical analysis is constantly invoking...the highest efforts of imagination and invention." This passage, which occurs in an Inaugural Address to the Mathematical and Physical Section of the...
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