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" I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be performed by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me. I use that Word here to signify only in general any Force by which Bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the Cause. "
Aristotle: A Chapter from the History of Science, Including Analyses of ... - 93. oldal
szerző: George Henry Lewes - 1864 - 404 oldal
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Collected Essays, 5. kötet

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1900
...these attractions [of gravity, magnetism, and electricity] may be performed, I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be performed by impulse...unknown to me. I use that word here to signify only in a general way any force by which bodies tend towards one another, whatever be the cause.* According...

The Monist, 25. kötet

Paul Carus - 1915
...consonant and conformable to herself. How these attractions may be performed, I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be performed by impulse...me. I use that word here to signify only in general any force by which bodies tend toward one another, whatever be the cause. For we must learn from the...

The Tides and the Continent-making Forces of the Solar System: Written in ...

John Leuthold - 1921 - 32 oldal
...and electricity] may be performed. I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be pet-formed by impulse or by some other means unknown to me. I use that word here to signify only in a general way any force by which bodies tend toward each other, whatever be the cause." Thomas H. Huxley...

The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1869
...consonant and conformable to herself. How these attractions may be performed I do not here consider. "What I call attraction may be performed by impulse,...means unknown to me. I use that word here to signify in general any force by which bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the cause. For we must...

Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1877
...small particles of bodies certain powers, virtues, or forces, by which they act at a distance? .... What I call 'attraction' may be performed by impulse,...me. I use that word here to signify only in general any force by which bodies tend toward one another, whatsoever be the cause." t And beyond this point,...

Report of the Board of Regents, 1. rész

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents, United States National Museum, Smithsonian Institution - 1901
...queries, reappear a little while: " * * * How these attractions may be performed I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be performed by impulse or by some other means unknown to me. * * *" Many other curious remarks could be made on the state of mind of the great physicist, goemeter,...

A Dissertation on Elective Attractions

T. Bergman - 1970 - 400 oldal
...properties of an ether. He wrote : How these Attractions may be performed, I do not here consider. What I call Attraction may be performed by impulse,...by some other means unknown to me. I use that Word to signify in general any Force by which Bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the cause....
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The Twentieth Century, 21. kötet

1887
...these attractions [of gravity, magnetism, and electricity] may be performed, I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be performed by impulse...unknown to me. I use that word here to signify only in a general way any force by which bodies tend towards one another, whatever be the cause.5 According...

Philosophical Magazine

1869
...consonant and conformable to herself. How these attractions may be performed I do not here consider. " What I call attraction may be performed by impulse,...means unknown to me. I use that word here to signify in general any force by which bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the cause. For we must...

Philosophical Magazine: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied ...

1846
...a provisional sense. " How these attractions may be performed," he says, " I do not here consider : what I call attraction may be performed by impulse, or by some oiher means unknown to me; I use that word here to signify only in general any force by which bodies...




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