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" ... also to some of the -subjective impressions which he is conscious of receiving from regions beyond ; if he should depict possibilities which seem opening to his view; if he should explain why he thinks this a mere blind alley and that an open path... "
Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences - Page 134
1879
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The Popular Science Monthly: Supplement

1877
...thinks this a mere blind alley and that an open path — then the fault and the loss would be alike ours if we refused to listen calmly, and temperately to...same footing. But to whatever decision we may each come on these controverted points, one thing appears clear from a retrospect of past experience : viz.,...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, 92. köide

1878
...thinks this a mere blind alley and that an open path ; then the fault and the loss would be alike ours if we refused to listen calmly, and temperately to...assumed that they had all been put on the same footing." Of his own especial science, Mathematics, Mr. Spottiswoode modestly spoke as of one so remote from...
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The University Magazine, 2. köide

1878
...thinks this a mere blind alley and that an open path ; then the fault and the loss would be alike ours if we refused to listen calmly, and temperately to...; then assuredly it is we who would be committing th,.error of confounding matters of fact and matters of opinion, if we failed to discriminate between...
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The Electrical Review, 6. köide

1878
...this a mere bl1nd alley and that an open path ; then the fault and the loss would be alike ours 1f we refused to listen calmly, and temperately to form...judgment on what we hear; then assuredly it is we who woul.l be committing the error of confounding mattets of fact and matters of opin1on if we failed to...
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British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1879
...thinks this a mere blind alley and that au open path ; then the fault and the loss would be alike ours if we refused to listen calmly, and temperately to...assumed that they had all been put on the same footing. science which he represents is one whose lines of advance, viewed from a mathematician's own point...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - 1879
...thinks this a mere blind alley and that an open path ; then the fault and the loss would be alike ours if we refused to listen calmly, and temperately to...discriminate between the various elements contained in such discourse, and assumed that they had all been put on the same footing. But to whatever decision we...
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Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses, and ..., 2. köide

John Tyndall - 1879
...thinks this a mere blind alley and that an open path ; then the fault and the loss would be alike ours if we refused to listen calmly, and temperately to...committing the error of confounding matters of fact with matters of opinion, if we failed to discriminate between the various elements contained in such...
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Fragments of Science: a Series of Detached Essays, Addresses and ..., 2. köide

John Tyndall - 1892
...thinks this a mere blind alley and that an open path ; then the fault and the loss would be alike ours if we refused to listen calmly, and temperately to...our own judgment on what we hear; then a-ssuredly it w we who would be committing the error of confounding matters of fact with matters of opinion, if we...
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Fragments of Science ...

John Tyndall - 1894
...thinks this a mere blind alley and that an open path ; then the fault and the loss would be alike ours if we refused to listen calmly, and temperately to...committing the error of confounding matters of fact with matters of opinion, if we failed to discriminate between the various elements contained in such...
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Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses, and ..., 2. köide

John Tyndall - 1897
...fault and the loss would be alike ours if we refused to listen calmly, and temperately to form our mvn judgment on what we hear; then assuredly it is we...committing the error of confounding matters of fact with matters of opinion, if we failed to discriminate between the various elements contained in such...
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