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" The register of knowledge of fact is called history. Whereof there be two sorts: one called natural history ; which is the history of such facts, or effects of nature, as have no dependence on man's will; such as are the histories of metals, plants, animals,... "
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 3

Thomas Hobbes, Thucydides, Homer - Philosophy - 1839 - 11 pages
...this is the knowledge required in a philosopher ; that is to say, of him that pretends to reasoning. The register of knowledge of fact is called history. Whereof there be two sorts : one called natural history ; which is the history of such facts, or effects of nature, as have...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 3

Thomas Hobbes, Thucydides, Homer - Philosophy - 1839 - 11 pages
...this is the knowledge required in a philosopher ; that is to say, of him that pretends to reasoning. The register of knowledge of fact is called history. Whereof there be two sorts : one called natural history ; which is the history of such facts, or effects of nature, as have...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

Great Britain - 1870
...sense and memory, and is absolute knowledge." " The latter is called science, and is conditional." " The register of knowledge of fact is called history ; whereof there be two sorts : one called natural history, which ia the history of such facts or effects of nature as have...
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American Addresses: With a Lecture on the Study of Biology

Thomas Henry Huxley - Biology - 1877 - 164 pages
...wonderfully terse and clear language of Thomas Hobbes, what was his view of the matter. He says : — " The register of knowledge of fact is called history. Whereof there be two sorts, one called natural history ; which is the history of such facts or effects of nature as have...
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Nature, Volume 15

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1877
...wonderfully terse and clear language of Thomas Hobbes, what was his view of the matter. He says : — " The register of knowledge of fact is called history. Whereof there be two sorts, one called natural history ; which is the history of such facts or effects of nature as have...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 10

Science - 1877
...wonderfully terse and clear language of Thomas Hobbes, what was his view of the matter. He says : " The register of knowledge of fact is called history. Whereof there be two sorts: one called natural history; which is the history of such facts or effects of Nature as have...
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Select Works of Thomas H. Huxley

Science - 1886 - 339 pages
...wonderfully terse and clear language of Thomas Hobbes, what was his view of the matter. He says : — "The register of knowledge of fact is called history. Whereof there be two sorts, one called natural history ; which is the history of such facts or effects of nature as have...
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Hobbes's Leviathan; Harrington's Ocean; Famous Pamphlets [A.D. 1644 to A.D ...

Political science - 1889 - 916 pages
...this is the knowledge required in a philosopher, that is tossay, of him that pretends to reasoning. The register of " knowledge of fact " is called " history." Whereof there be two sons: one called "natural history ; " which is the history of such facts, or effects of Nature, as...
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Lectures on Biology: Biology I. Its History and Present Domain. II. Its ...

Robert Wilson Shufeldt - Biology - 1892 - 102 pages
...those who were interested in the various sciences gradually increased. In 1651 Thomas Hobbes wrote: "The register of knowledge of fact is called history. Whereof there be two sorts, one called natural history, which is the history of such facts or effects of Nature as have...
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Lectures on Biology: Biology I. Its History and Present Domain. II. Its ...

Robert Wilson Shufeldt - Biology - 1892 - 102 pages
...those who were interested in the various sciences gradually increased. In 1651 Thomas Hobbes wrote: "The register of knowledge of fact is called history. Whereof there be two sorts, one called natural history, which is the history of such facts or effects of Nature as have...
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