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" ... line of demarcation between that which is a matter of knowledge, and that which is at all events something else, and to treat the one category as fairly claiming our assent, the other as open to further evidence'. And yet, when he sees around him... "
The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ... - Page 83
1878
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The Popular Science Monthly: Supplement

1877
...further evidence. And yet, when he sees around him those whose aspirations are so fair, whose impulses so strong, whose receptive faculties so sensitive,...be willing to admit that there are influences which be cannot as yet either fathom or measure, bat whose operation he must recognize among the facts of...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, 92. köide

1878
...further evidence. And yet, when he sees around him those whose aspirations are BO fair, whose impulses so strong, whose receptive faculties so sensitive,...must recognise among the facts of our existence." This is the position for the reasonable man of science ; he will be openminded, as the religious philosophers...
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The University Magazine, 2. köide

1878
...further evidence. And yet, when he sees around him those whose aspirations are so fair, whose impulses so strong, whose receptive faculties so sensitive,...must recognise among the facts of our existence." This is the position for the reasonable man of science ; he will be openminded, as the religious philosophers...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., 15. köide

James Samuelson, Sir William Crookes - 1878
...further evidence. And yet, when he sees around him those whose aspirations are so fair, whose impulses so strong, whose receptive faculties so sensitive,...he must recognise among the facts of our existence. MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE. (Section A.) In the absence of the President (the Rev. Professor...
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The Local Preachers' Magazine and Christian Family Record: For ..., 28. köide

1878
...him those whose aspirations are so fair, whose impulses are so strong, whose receptive faculties are so sensitive, as to give objective reality to what...he must recognise among the facts of our existence. Mr. Spottiswoode thus confesses that the Book of Life is a deep well, as to which science has " nothing...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, 19. köide

1878
...further evidence. And yet, when he sees around him those whose aspirations are so fair, whose impulses so strong, whose receptive faculties so sensitive,...either fathom or measure, but whose operation he must recognize among the facts of I our existence. THE MAGNETIC NEEDLE— THE CAUSE OF ITS SECULAR VARIATIONS....
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The National Quarterly Review, 37. köide

1878
...him those whose aspirations are §o fair, whose impulses are so strong, whose receptive faculties are so sensitive as to give objective reality to what...either fathom or measure, but whose operation he must recognize among the facts of our existence.'! " In the essay which forms the thesis of these critiques...
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The Electrical Review, 6. köide

1878
...further evidence. And yet, when he sees around him those whose aspirations are so fair, whose impulses so strong, whose receptive faculties so sensitive,...projected image of their own experience, he will be w1lling to admit that there are influences which he cannot as yet either fathom or measure^ but whose...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

James Mason - 1879
...further evidence. And yet, when he sees around him those whose aspirations are so fair, whose impulses so strong, whose receptive faculties so sensitive,...operation he must recognise among the facts of our exi istence. INDEX. AERATED water, lead in, 111 Africa, East, opening of the lake district in, 53 African...
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The St. James's Magazine and United Empire Review, 34. köide

1879
...mathemaVOL. xxxiv. 4 A tician — " sees around him those whose aspirations are so fair, whose impulses so strong, whose receptive faculties so sensitive,...either fathom or measure, but whose operation he must recognize among the facts of our existence." Mr. Spottiswoode expounds, for the purpose of defending...
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