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" Hitherto we have explained the phenomena of the heavens and of our sea by the power of gravity, but have not yet assigned the cause of this power. This is certain, that it must proceed from a cause that penetrates to the very centres of the sun and planets,... "
A Philosophical and Mathematical Dictionary: Containing an Explanation of ... - 106. oldal
szerző: Charles Hutton - 1815
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The Works of the Right Reverend George Horne ...: To which are ..., 1. kötet

George Horne, William Jones - 1818
..." et impetus corporum et LEGES motuum et gravi" tatis INNOTUERUNT." " Hitherto we have ex" plained the phenomena of the heavens and of our " sea by the...but HAVE NOT YET " ASSIGNED THE CAUSE of this power. — In this phi" losophy particular propositions are inferred from " the phenomena, and afterwards...

The Works of the Right Reverend George Horne ...: To which are ..., 2. kötet

George Horne, William Jones - 1846
...inductionem. Sic impmetrabilitas, mobilitas, et impetus corporum et LEGES motuum et gravitatis INNOTUERUNT." " Hitherto we have explained the phenomena of the heavens...and of our sea by the power of gravity, but HAVE NOT VET ASSIGNED THE CAUSE of this power. In this philosophy particular propositions are inferred from...

Nature and the Bible in agreement with the Protestant Faith

James DAVIS (C.E.) - 1866 - 246 oldal
...supported in his observations, Book III., page 392, vol. ii., of his Principia, as follows : — " Hitherto we have explained the phenomena of the heavens and of our seas by the power of gravity, but yet have not assigned the cause of that power. This is certain, that...

PROBLEMS OF LIFE AND MIND.

GEORGE HENRY LEWES - 1874
...of the general scholium he says : " Hitherto we have explained the phenomena of the heavens and the sea by the power of gravity, but have not yet assigned the cause of this power I have not been able to discover the cause of those properties of gravity from phenomena, and I frame...

Martin's Theories of Horizontal Currents in the Ocean and Atmosphere and of ...

John Martin (of Melbourne.) - 1875 - 90 oldal
...his work, he, in his "General Scholium," or retrospective comment, uses the words following : — " Hitherto we have explained the phenomena of the heavens...ca,use that penetrates to the very centres of the sun and planets, without suffering the least diminution of its force ; that operates not according...

Christian Psychology, the Soul and the Body in Their Correlation and ...

T. M. Gorman - 1875 - 502 oldal
...Principia, and is here transcribed from Cotcs's translation: — ' Hitherto we have explain'd the phaenomena of the heavens and of our sea, by the power of Gravity, but have not yet assign'd the cause of this power. This is certain that it must proceed from a cause that penetrates...

Flowers of the Sky

Richard Anthony Proctor - 1879 - 295 oldal
...can present the concise expressions of the original Latin : " Hitherto we have explained," he says, " the phenomena of the heavens and of our sea by the...assigned the cause of this power. This is certain " (we must hearken attentively here, for when a man like Newton speaks of aught as certain, we have...

The Popular Science News and Boston Journal of Chemistry, 17-20. kötet

1883
...those who imagined he had explained the whole mystery of celestial movements. "Hitherto." he says, "we have explained the phenomena of the heavens and of our sea by the power of gravity, hut have not assigned the cause of this power. This is certain, that it must proceed from a cause that...

Library of the World's Best Literature: A-Z

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H. Warner, Edward Cornelius Towne - 1897
...God: to discourse of whom from the appearances of things does certainly belong to Natural Philosophy. Hitherto we have explained the phenomena of the heavens...a cause that penetrates to the very centres of the sun and planets, without suffering the least diminution of its force; that operates not according to...

International Library of Masterpieces, Literature, Art and Rare ..., 23. kötet

Harry Thurston Peck - 1901
...: to discourse of whom from the appearances of things does certainly belong to Natural Philosophy. Hitherto we have explained the phenomena of the heavens...a cause that penetrates to the very centres of the sun and planets, without suffering the least diminution of its force; that operates not according to...




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