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" ... all, can only embrace a comparatively short space of time, and a small number of experiments. From none of these causes can we hope for much progress ; for the mind, however ingenious, has no materials to work with, and remains in presence of phenomena,... "
Prince Albert's golden precepts: or, The opinions and maxims of ... the ... - Page 107
by Albert (consort of Victoria, queen of Gt. Britain.) - 1862 - 133 lehte
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The Relative Importance of Ancient and Modern Languages: Considered as ...

1856 - 71 lehte
...phenomena the cause of which are hidden from it. But these Laws of Nature—these Divine Laws—are capable of being discovered and understood, and of...being taught and made our own. This is the task of science—and while science discovers and teaches these laws, art teaches their application. No pursuit...
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The Postman's Knock

Quiz (pseud.) - 1856 - 154 lehte
...hope for much progress ; for the mind, however ingenious, has no materials to work with, and remains in presence of phenomena, the causes of which are hidden from it. But these laws of nature—these divine laws—are capable of being discovered and understood, and of being taught the...
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The School House: Its Architecture, External and Internal Arrangements

John George Hodgins - 1857 - 212 lehte
...mechanies, physies, and chemistry, and the fine arts in painting, sculpture, and architecture. But these Divine laws are capable of being discovered...being taught and made our own. This is the task of scienee ; and while science discovers and tenches these laws, art teaches their application. No pursuit...
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The Quarterly Review, 111. köide

1862
...' But these laws of nature, these Divine laws, ore capable of being discovered, and understood, and being taught, and made our own. This is the task of...application. No pursuit is therefore too insignificant to be capable of becoming the subject both of a science and an art. ' The Fine Arts (as far as they...
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The London Quarterly Review, 111–112. köide

1862
...hope for much progress ; for the mind, however ingenious, has no materials to work with, and remains in presence of phenomena, the causes of which are...are capable of being discovered, and understood, and being taught, and made our own. This i» the tatk of tcience : and, whilst science discovers and teaches...
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The Quarterly Review, 111. köide

1862
...materials to work with, and remains in presence of phenomena, the causes of which arc hidden from it. 191 ' But these laws of nature, these Divine laws, are capable of being discovered, and understood, and being taught, and made our own. This is the task of science : and, whilst science discovers and teaches...
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The Late Prince Consort: Reminiscences of His Life and Character

James Hall Wilson - 1862 - 64 lehte
...agricultural or manufacturing, it is not we who operate, but the laws of nature which we have set in motion. These Divine laws are capable of being discovered...understood, and of being taught and made our own. The study of the laws by which the Almighty governs the universe is therefore our bounden duty." Rising...
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The American Journal of Education, 22. köide

Henry Barnard - 1871
...hope for much progress ; for the mind, however ingenious, has no materials to work with, and remains in presence of phenomena, the causes of which are...and made our own. This is the task of science ; and, while science discovers and teaches these laws, art teaches their application. Far be it from me to...
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The American Journal of Education, 22. köide

Henry Barnard - 1871
...has no material! to work w;th, and remains in presence of phenomena, the causes of which are hi>i'ivn from it. But these laws of nature — these Divine laws — are capable of \/*ч,ц discovered and understood, and of being taught, and made our own. TI.II is the task of science...
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Blackie's comprehensive school series, 6. number

Blackie and son, ltd - 1880
...hope for much progress; for the mind, however ingenious, has no materials to work with, and remains in presence of phenomena the causes of which are hidden from it. e. But these laws of nature, these divine laws, are capable of being discovered and understood, and...
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