| H. S. Thayer - Philosophy - 1970 - 383 pages
...follow, so I ask for your redoubled attention for a quarter of an hour. If much remains obscure, I **hope to make it clearer in the later lectures. One...evolved. Writers on this subject have begun to show a** singularunanimity as to what the laws of nature and elements of fact mean, when formulated by mathematicians,... | |
| Barbara MacKinnon - Philosophy - 1985 - 688 pages
...follow, so I ask for your redoubled attention for a quarter of an hour. If much remains obscure, I **hope to make it clearer in the later lectures. One...the laws of nature and elements of fact mean, when** formulated by mathematicians, physicists and chemists. When the first mathematical, logical, and natural... | |
| William James - Literary Collections - 1987 - 1379 pages
...follow, so I ask for your redoubled attention for a quarter of an hour. If much remains obscure, I **hope to make it clearer in the later lectures. One...the laws of nature and elements of fact mean, when** formulated by mathematicians, physicists and chemists. When the first mathematical, logical, and natural... | |
| Doris Olin - Philosophy - 1992 - 251 pages
...follow, so I ask for your redoubled attention for a quarter of an hour. If much remains obscure, I **hope to make it clearer in the later lectures. One...the laws of nature and elements of fact mean, when** formulated by mathematicians, physicists and chemists. When the first mathematical, logical and natural... | |
| Russell B. Goodman - Philosophy - 1995 - 317 pages
...follow, so I ask for your redoubled attention for a quarter of an hour. If much remains obscure, I **hope to make it clearer in the later lectures. One...the laws of nature and elements of fact mean, when** formulated by mathematicians, physicists and chemists. When the first mathematical, logical, and natural... | |
| Max Harold Fisch - Philosophy - 1996 - 501 pages
...follow, so I ask for your redoubled attention for a quarter of an hour. If much remains obscure, I **hope to make it clearer in the later lectures. One...the laws of nature and elements of fact mean, when** formulated by mathematicians, physicists and chemists. When the first mathematical, logical, and natural... | |
| William James - Psychology - 2000 - 358 pages
...follow, so I ask for your redoubled attention for a quarter of an hour. If much remains obscure, I **hope to make it clearer in the later lectures. One...the laws of nature and elements of fact mean, when** formulated by mathematicians, physicists and chemists. When the first mathematical, logical, and natural... | |
| William James, John Dewey, John M. Capps, Donald Capps - Philosophy - 2005 - 290 pages
..."categories," supposed necessities; and of looking towards last things, fruits, consequences, facts... . **One of the most successfully cultivated branches of...the laws of nature and elements of fact mean, when** formulated by mathematicians, physicists, and chemists. When the first mathematical, logical, and natural... | |
| William James - Philosophy - 2003 - 160 pages
...follow, so I ask for your redoubled attention for a quarter of an hour. If much remains obscure, I **hope to make it clearer in the later lectures. One...the laws of nature and elements of fact mean, when** formulated by mathematicians, physicists and chemists. When the first mathematical, logical, and natural... | |
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