Mathematics is the gate and the key of the sciences. . . . Neglect of mathematics works injury to all knowledge, since he who is ignorant of it cannot know the other sciences or the things of this world. And what is worse, men who are thus ignorant are... Lebesgue Measure and Integration: An Introduction - Page 1by Frank Burk - 1998 - 292 pagesLimited preview - About this book
| Education - 1918
...following testimony: Roger Bacon ("Opus Majus") "Mathematics is the gate and the key of the sciences. . . . **Neglect of mathematics works injury to all knowledge,...their own ignorance and so do not seek a remedy."** Kant, "A natural science is a science only in so far as it is mathematical." Laplace, "All the effects... | |
| Robert Édouard Moritz - Mathematics - 1914 - 410 pages
...and Addresses (New York, 1905), p. 46. 310. Mathematics is the gate and key of the sciences. . . . **Neglect of mathematics works injury to all knowledge,...perceive their own ignorance and so do not seek a remedy.** — BACON, ROGER. Opus Majus, Part 4, Distinctia Prima, cap. 1. 311. Just as it will never be successfully... | |
| Morris Kline - Mathematics - 1981 - 482 pages
...WHEREFORE Mathematics is the gate and key of the sciences. . . . Neglect of mathematics works inlury **to all knowledge, since he who is ignorant of it cannot...ignorance and so do not seek a remedy. — ROGER BACON** PERHAPS the most unfortunate fact about mathematics is that it requires us to reason, whereas most... | |
| Arthur Whimbey, Jack Lockhead - Comprehension - 1984 - 44 pages
...2266, Philadelphia, PA 19103 Tel. (215) 448-1551 Mathematics is the gate and key of the sciences. . **.Neglect of mathematics works injury to all knowledge,...know the other sciences or the things of this world.** — Roger Bacon Bacon points to one obvious reason for helping students learn to analyze situations... | |
| David C. Lindberg - Science - 1996 - 411 pages
...Its neglect for the past thirty or forty years has ruined the whole educational system of the Latins, **since he who is ignorant of it cannot know the other sciences or the things of this world . . . And,** on the contrary, knowledge of this science prepares the mind and elevates it to sure knowledge of all... | |
| Frank Burk - Mathematics - 2007 - 281 pages
...to Classical Real Analysis. Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth, 1981. CHAPTER The Riemann-Stieltjes Integral **Neglect of mathematics works injury to all knowledge,...is ignorant of it cannot know the other sciences or** things of this world. And what is worse, men who are thus ignorant are unable to perceive their own... | |
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