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" This therefore being granted, methinks that in the discussion of natural problems we ought not to begin at the authority of texts of Scripture, but at sensible experiments and necessary demonstrations... "
History of natural philosophy from the earliest periods to the present day - 187. oldal
szerző: B. Powell - 1834 - 396 oldal
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Lives of Eminent Persons

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1833 - 571 oldal
...under the name of Lucifer, are so much as named there. This therefore being granted, methinks that in the discussion of natural problems we ought not...alike proceed, and I conceive that, concerning natural eflects, that which either sensible experience sets before our eyes, or necessary demonstrations do...

American Monthly Review, 3. kötet

1833
...under the name of Lucifer, are so much as named there. This therefore being granted, methinks that in the discussion of natural problems we ought not...Scripture, but at sensible experiments, and necessary demonstration ; for, from the Divine Word, the sacred Scripture and Nature did both alike proceed,...

Lives of Eminent Persons

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1833 - 571 oldal
...under the name of Lucifer, are so much as named there. This therefore being granted, methinks that in the discussion of natural problems we ought not...Scripture, but at sensible experiments and necessary dt>monstrations : for, from the divine word, the sacred Scripture and nature did both alike proceed,...

The interviews of great men: their influence on civilization, by the author ...

Joseph Johnson - 1862
...under the name of Lucifer, are so much as named there. This, therefore, being granted, methinks that, in the discussion of natural problems, we ought not...sacred Scripture and Nature did both alike proceed. Therefore, first let these men apply themselves to examine the arguments of Copernicus and others,...

The Museum. [entitled] The Museum and English journal of education, 1-2. kötet

Museum and English journal of education - 1863
...knowledge which they are sufficient to procure us. ... This, therefore, being granted, methinks that in the discussion of natural problems we ought not...texts of Scripture, but at sensible experiments and rigid demonstrations ; for, from the divine Word of God, the sacred Scripture and nature did both alike...

The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 60. kötet

1863
...under the name of Lucifer, are so much as named there. This, therefore, being granted, I think that in the discussion of natural problems we ought not to begin at the autBferity of texts of Scripture, but at sensible experiments and necessary demonstrations, for from...

The Old Bible and the New Science: An Essay and Four Lectures

Jesse Burgess Thomas - 1877 - 224 oldal
...irreconcilable with Scripture. " For," to quote his own words, " from the Divine word, Sacred Scriptures and nature did both alike proceed ; and I conceive...sets before our eyes, or necessary demonstrations prove unto us, ought not upon any account to be called in question, much less condemned, upon the testimony...

A Popular History of Science

Robert Routledge - 1881 - 673 oldal
...that Galileo controverts in relation to astronomy. "In the discussion of natural problems we ou^ht not to begin at the authority of texts of Scripture,...which either sensible experience sets before our eyes, as necessary demonstrations do prove to us, ought not upon any account to be called into question,...

The Testimony of the Gods

Castleton - 1881
...under the name of Lucifer, are so much as named there. This therefore being granted, methinks that, in the discussion of natural problems, we ought not...begin at the authority of texts of Scripture, but the sensible experiments and necessary demonstrations, for from the Divine Word the sacr'd Scripture...

The Living Age ..., 166. kötet

1885
...under the name of Lucifer, are so much as named there. This, therefore, being granted, methinks that in the discussion of natural problems we ought not...the authority of texts of Scripture, but at sensible and necessary demonstrations; for, from the Divine word the sacred Scripture and nature did both alike...




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