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" sense-impressions. Law in the scientific sense is thus essentially a product of the human mind and has no meaning apart from man. It owes its existence to the creative power of his intellect. There is more meaning in the statement that man gives laws... "
The Grammar of Science - Page 98
by Karl Pearson - 1900 - 548 pages
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Science, Volume 19

Science - 1892
...résumé in mental shorthand, which replaces for us a lengthy description of the sequences among our senseimpressions. Law in the scientific sense is thus...than in its converse that Nature gives laws to man" (p. 104). Such is the burden of the whole book, and it is (hrust forward on every possible occasion;...
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Science, Volume 19

Science - 1892
...résumé in mental shorthand, which replaces for us a lengthy description of the sequences among our senseimpressions. Law in the scientific sense is thus...more meaning in the statement that man gives laws to Naturethan in its converse that Nature gives laws to man" (p. 104). Such is the burden of the whole...
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Science, Volume 19

Science - 1892
...sequences among our senseimpressions. Law in the scientific sense is thus essentially a prod-, uct of the human mind and has no meaning apart from man....than in its converse that Nature gives laws to man" (p. 104). Such is the burden of the whole book, and it is thrust forward on every possible occasion;...
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Die Weltanschauung eines modernen Naturforschers: ein nich-kritisches ...

Theodor Beer - Senses and sensation - 1903 - 115 pages
...gegenüber nur einen wissenschaftlich plebejischen Charakter." Popper. „Law in the scientific sense is essentially a product of the human mind and has no meaning apart from man. There is more meaning in the statement that man gives laws to nature than in its conserve that nature...
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The Essence of Buddhism

Pokala Lakshmi Narasu - Buddha (The concept) - 1907 - 212 pages
...argument, and all such contradictory assertions should be exposed." (Asvaghosha's Buddhacharitra.} tially a product of the human mind and has no meaning apart from man. There is more meaning in the statement that man gives laws to nature than in its converse that nature...
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Basic Ideas in Religion: Or, Apologetic Theism

Richard Wilde Micou - Apologetics - 1916 - 496 pages
...shorthand, which replaces for us a lengthy description of the sequences among our sense impressions. Law in the scientific sense is thus essentially a...than in its converse that Nature gives laws to man. . . . Men study a range of facts — in the case of nature the material contents of their perceptive...
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Basic Ideas in Religion: Or, Apologetic Theism

Richard Wilde Micou - Apologetics - 1916 - 496 pages
...description of the sequences among our sense impressions. Law in the scientific sense is thus essentially • product of the human mind and has no meaning apart...There is more meaning in the statement that man gives law* to Nature than in its converse that Nature gives laws to man. . . . Men study a range of facts...
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Theories of Social Progress: A Critical Study of the Attempts to Formulate ...

Arthur James Todd - Progress - 1918 - 579 pages
...Scientifically, we cannot speak of a law here. Indeed, we must admit that law in even the exact sciences is essentially a product of the human mind and has no meaning apart from man. It is mere generalized human experience. Its only necessity is not the logical must of a geometrical theorem,...
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The Principles of Education

Jesse Harliaman Coursault - Education - 1920 - 468 pages
...which replaces 272 The Principles of Education for us a lengthy description of the sequences among our sense-impressions. Law in the scientific sense is...than in its converse that Nature gives laws to man. . . . The reason we find in natural phenomena is surely put there by the only reason of which we have...
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A Critique of Economics, Doctrinal and Methodological

Oswald Fred Boucke - Economics - 1922 - 305 pages
...championed by eminent scientists. Thus we might quote as follows: “Law in the scientific sense is essentially a product of the human mind, ‘and has no meaning apart from men.” 2 Science is “an uninterrupted, but progressive series of mental constructions, which series...
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