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" I have therefore thought it not inappropriate to lead you to the consideration of the mental processes by which are formed those fundamental conceptions of matter and force, of cause and effect, of law and order, which furnish the basis of all scientific... "
Supplement to The Annals of Our Time: From February 28, 1871 to March 19, 1874 - 80. oldal
szerző: Joseph Irving - 1875
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 16. kötet;79. kötet

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1872
...not inappropriate to lead you to the consideration of the mental processes by which are formed those fundamental conceptions of matter and force, of cause and effect, of law and order, which furnish the basis of all scientific reasoning, and constitute the Philosophia prima of Bacon....

Nature, 6. kötet

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1872
...not inappropriate to lead you to the consideration of the Mental processes, by which are formed those fundamental conceptions of Matter and Force, of Cause and Effect, of Law and Order, which furnish the basis of all scientific reasoning, and constitute the Philosophia prima of Bacon....

The Popular Science Monthly, 1. kötet

1872
...not inappropriate to lead you to the consideration of the mental processes by wjiich are formed those fundamental conceptions of matter and force, of cause and effect, of law and order, which furnish the basis of all scientific reasoning, and constitute the Philoeophia <prima of Bacon....

The Popular Science Monthly, 1. kötet

1872
...not inappropriate to lead you to the consideration of the mental processes by whicti are formed those fundamental conceptions of matter and force, of cause and effect, of law and order, which furnish the basis of all scientific reasoning, and constitute the PhilosopMa prima of Bacon....

The Annual Register

Edmund Burke - 1873
...not inappropriate to lead you to the consideration of the mental processes by which are formed those fundamental conceptions of matter and force, of cause and effect, of law and order, which furnish the basis of all scientific reasoning, and constitute the Philosophia prima of Bacon....

Report of the Annual Meeting, 42. kötet

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1873
...not inappropriate to lead you to the consideration of the Mental processes, by which are formed those fundamental conceptions of Matter and Force, of Cause and Effect, of Law and Order, which furnish the oasis of all scientific reasoning, and constitute tho Philosophia prima of Baoon....

Annual Register

1873
...not inappropriate to lead you to the consideration of the mental processes by which are formed those fundamental conceptions of matter and force, of cause and effect, of law and order, which furnish the basis of all scientific reasoning, and constitute the Pkilosophia prima of Bacon....

Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1873
...not inappropriate to lead you to the consideration of the Mental processes, by which are formed those fundamental conceptions of Matter and Force, of Cause and Effect, of Law and Order, which furnish the basis of all scientific reasoning, aud constitute the PhilosopTiia prima of Bacon....

The annals of our time [1837 to 1868]. [With] 1871 to

Joseph Irving - 1875
...and the services rendered in connection with that great work by the late Lord Provost Stewart. l*. —The Queen arrives in Edinburgh for a stay of three...appeared to him as arrogant as it was unphilosophical. Modem science, fixing its attention exclusively on the order of nature, had separated itself wholly...

The Annals of Our Time: Supplement ... from February 28, 1871 to, 1. kötet

Joseph Irving - 1876
...supply and the services rendered in connection with that great work by the late Lord Provost Stewart. 14. — The Queen arrives in Edinburgh for a stay...which we call laws as self-acting, either excluding or rendfing unnecessary the power which alone could give them effect, appeared to him as arrogant as it...




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