| George Darley - 1835
...merely learning the rule* contained in this treatise, and those, for the most part, in so imperfect a **way, that he is not fit to encounter any question...the pupil would be In no respect worse off though he** spent five hours on every page of this work. The method of proceeding which I should recommend would... | |
| Dionysius Lardner - Engines - 1836 - 391 pages
...merely learning the rules contained in this treatise, and those, for the most part, in so imperfect a **way, that he is not fit to encounter any question...pupil would be in no respect worse off", though he** spent five hours on every page of this work. The method of proceeding which I should recommend, would... | |
| Charles Reiner - 1837
...merely learning the rules contained in this treatise, and those, for the most part, in so imperfect a **way, that he is not fit to encounter any question...pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he** spent five hours on every page of this work, The method of proceeding which I should recommend, would... | |
| Augustus De Morgan - Algebra - 1837 - 248 pages
...learning the rules contained in this treatise, and those, for the most part, in so imperfect a wayt **that he is not fit to encounter any question unless...pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he** spent five hours on every page of this work. The method of proceeding which I should recommend, would... | |
| Augustus De Morgan - 1837
...merely learning the iiiles contained in this treatise, ami those, for the most part, in so imperfect a **way, that he is not fit to encounter any question unless he sees** tile head of the book under which it falls. On a very moderate computation of the time thus bestowed,... | |
| Central Society of Education (London, England) - Education - 1839
...merely learning the rules contained in this treatise, and those, for the most part, in so imperfect a **way, that he is not fit to encounter any question...pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he** spent five hours on every page of this work. The method of proceeding which 1 should recommend, would... | |
| Augustus De Morgan - Algebra - 1840 - 162 pages
...merely learning the rules contained in this treatise, and those, for the most part, in so imperfect a **way, that he is not fit to encounter any question...pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he** spent five hours on every page of this work. The method of proceeding which I should recommend, would... | |
| George Moody - 1850
...merely learning the rules contained in this treatise, and those, for the most part, in so imperfect a **way, that he is not fit to encounter any question...pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he** spent five hours on every page of this work. The method of proceeding which I should recommend would... | |
| Robert Gordon Latham - 1851 - 16 pages
...merely learning the rules contained in this Treatise, and those for the most part in so imperfect a **way, that he is not fit to encounter any question...pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he** spent five hours on every page of this work." Now I am not only prepared to admit, that what is learned... | |
| ...merely learning the rules contained in this treatise, and those, for the most part, in so imperfect a **way, that he is not fit to encounter any question...pupil would be in no respect worse off, though he** spent five hours on every page of this work. "— Preface to the Second Edition. FORMAL LOGIC ; Or... | |
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