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" Lewes,2 on the contrary, tells us " on a superficial examination, therefore, he [Aristotle] will seem to have given tolerable descriptions ; especially if approached with that disposition to discover marvels which unconsciously determines us in our study... "
Aristotle: A Chapter from the History of Science, Including Analyses of ... - 157. oldal
szerző: George Henry Lewes - 1864 - 404 oldal
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 96. kötet

1864
...especially if approached with that disposition to discover marvels which unconsciously determines QS in our study of ancient writers. But a more unbiassed...man- and the larger animals. I do not assert that he uever opened an animal ; on the contrary, it seems highly probable that he had opened many. But I am...

Nature, 21. kötet

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1880
...discover marvels which unconsciously determines-us in our study of eminent writers. But a more unbiased and impartial criticism will disclose that he has...known and probably was known, without dissection. .... I do not assert that he never opened an animal ; on the contrary, it seems highly probable that...

Science and Culture, and Other Essays, 32. kötet;964. kötet

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1881 - 349 oldal
...with that disposition to discover marvels which unconsciously determines us in our study of eminent writers. But a more unbiassed and impartial criticism...known, and probably was known, without dissection. ... I do not assert that he never opened an animal ; on the contrary it seems highly probable that...

Select works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1886 - 339 oldal
...discover marvels which unconsciously determines us in our study of eminent writers. But a more unbiased and impartial criticism will disclose that he has...known, and probably was known, without dissection. . . . I do not assert that he never opened an animal ; on the contrary it seems highly probable that...

Science and Culture, and Other Essays, 32. kötet;964. kötet

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1881 - 349 oldal
...with that disposition to discover marvels which unconsciously determines us in our study of eminent writers. But a more unbiassed and impartial criticism...known, and probably was known, without dissection. ... I do not assert that he never opened an animal ; on the contrary it seems highly probable that...

Nature, 21. kötet

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1880
...discover marvels which unconsciously determines us in our study of eminent writers. But a more unbiased and impartial criticism will disclose that he has...known and probably was known, without dissection. .... I do not assert that he never opened an animal ; on the contrary, it seems highly probable that...




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