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" To smite all humbugs, however big ; to give a nobler tone to science; to set an example of abstinence from petty personal controversies, and of toleration for everything but lying; to be indifferent as to whether the work is recognised as mine or not,... "
Immortality, a Study of Belief, and Earlier Addresses - Page 65
by William Newton Clarke - 1920 - 132 pages
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Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley, Volume 1

Thomas Henry Huxley, Leonard Huxley - Naturalists - 1900
...think it will be possible in that time to give a new and healthier direction to all Biological Science. To smite all humbugs, however big ; to give a nobler...lying; to be indifferent as to whether the work is recognised as mine or not, so long as it is done : — are these my aims ? 1860 will show. Willst du...
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Monthly Bulletin of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Volumes 5-6

1900
...it he persevered, never losing faith in himself... or in his aim in life, which he thus describes: "To smite all humbugs, however big; to give a nobler...abstinence from petty personal controversies, and of tolerance for everything but lying; to be indifferent as to whether the work is recognized as mine...
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Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley, Volume 1

Leonard Huxley - Naturalists - 1900
...think it will be possible in that time to give a new and healthier direction to all Biological Science. To smite all humbugs, however big ; to give a nobler...lying; to be indifferent as to whether the work is recognised as mine or not, so long as it is done: — are these my aims? 186o will show. 1856 BIRTH...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1901
...articles T read it with pleasure, but sighed for the dog book. I daresay, though, it was all for the best. ''To smite all humbugs, however big; to give a nobler...toleration for everything but lying; to be indifferent aŤ to whether the work is recognized as mine or not, so long as it is done" — such were Huxley's...
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Thomas Henry Huxley

Edward Clodd - Naturalists - 1902 - 226 pages
...think it will be possible in that time to give a new and healthier direction to all Biological Science. To smite all humbugs, however big, to give a nobler...lying ; to be indifferent as to whether the work is recognised as mine or not, so long as it is done : are these my aims ? 1860 will show. Half-past ten...
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One World at a Time: A Contribution to the Incentives of Life

Thomas Roberts Slicer - Unitarianism - 1902 - 269 pages
...involved in the holy sacrament of his child's birth, and he wrote in his journal : • " I am resolved to smite all humbugs, however big, to give a nobler...lying ; to be indifferent as to whether the work is recognised as mine or not, so long as it is done." He had started upon his course, which he went on...
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Discovery: Or, The Spirit and Service of Science

Sir Richard Gregory - Research - 1916 - 340 pages
...future. To smite all humbugs, however big ; to give a nobler tone to science ; to set an example to abstinence from petty personal controversies, and...lying ; to be indifferent as to whether the work is recognised as mine or not, so long as it is done : — are these my aims ? 1860 will show Wilt shape...
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Discovery: Or, The Spirit and Service of Science

Sir Richard Arman Gregory - Science - 1916 - 340 pages
...birth of his first child, on December 31, 1856, he entered in his journal his ambitions for the future. To smite all humbugs, however big ; to give a nobler tone to science ; to set an example to abstinence from petty personal controversies, and of toleration for everything but lying ; to be...
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The Christian Man, the Church and the War

Robert Elliott Speer - World War, 1914-1918 - 1918 - 99 pages
...journal, December 31st, 1856, "To smite all humbug, however big; to give a nobler tone to service; to set an example of abstinence from petty personal...indifferent as to whether the work is recognized as mine, so long as it is done." Those agencies, whatever their character, which act with such purpose will...
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Proceedings of the American Railway Engineering Association, Volume 24

American Railway Engineering Association - Railroads - 1923
...death was a pocket notebook in which, among engineering data, he had copied the following quotations: "To set an example of abstinence from petty personal controversies, and of toleration for everything except lying. "To be indifferent as to whether the work is recognized as mine or not as long as it...
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