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" ... we know, be of the kind which metaphysicians call necessary. We may use our knowledge of such truths for purposes of deduction, but we have no data for speculating as to their origin. "
The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General ... - الصفحة 45
1888
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The Popular Science Monthly, المجلد 4

1874
...capable of motion, that its motion should be persistent, and so on, are truths which may, for any thing we know, be of the kind which metaphysicians call...of deduction, but we have no data for speculating as to their origin. But that there should he exactly so much matter and no more in every molecule of...
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Catholic World, المجلد 19

1874
...capable of motion, that its motion should be persistent, and so on, are truths which may, for anything we know, be of the kind which metaphysicians call...of deduction, but we have no data for speculating as to their origin. But that there should be exactly so much matter and no more in every molecule of...
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Religion and Science, Their Relations to Each Other at the Present Day ...

Stanley Taylor Gibson - 1875 - عدد الصفحات: 366
...of motion, that its motion should be persistent, and so on, are truths which may, for anything that we know, be of the kind which metaphysicians call...of deduction, but we have no data for speculating as to their origin. But that there should be exactly so much matter, and no more, in every molecule...
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Religion and Science, Their Relations to Each Other at the Present Day ...

Stanley Taylor Gibson - 1875 - عدد الصفحات: 366
...of motion, that its motion should be persistent, and so on, are truths which may, for anything that we know, be of the kind which metaphysicians call...of deduction, but we have no data for speculating as to their origin. But that there should be exactly so much matter, and no more, in every molecule...
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Religion and Science, Their Relations to Each Other at the Present Day ...

Stanley Taylor Gibson - 1875 - عدد الصفحات: 366
...motion, that its motion should be persistent, and so on, are truths which may, for anything that \ve know, be of the kind which metaphysicians call necessary....of deduction, but we have no data for speculating as to their origin. But that there should be exactly so much matter, and no more, in every molecule...
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The Church Quarterly Review, المجلد 22

Arthur Cayley Headlam (Bishop of Gloucester) - 1886
...capable of motion ; that its motion should be persistent, and so on, are truths which may, for anything we know, be of the kind which metaphysicians call...of deduction, but we have no data for speculating as to their origin.' This is very far from saying that matter possesses within itself a potency of...
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The Life of James Clerk Maxwell: With a Selection from His Correspondence ...

Lewis Campbell, William Garnett - 1882 - عدد الصفحات: 662
...motion, — that its motion should be persistent, and so on, — are truths which may, for anything we know, be of the kind which metaphysicians call...of deduction, but we have no data for speculating as to their origin. But that there should be exactly so much matter and no more in every molecule of...
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The Life of James Clerk Maxwell: With a Selection from His Correspondence ...

Lewis Campbell, William Garnett - 1882 - عدد الصفحات: 662
...motion, — that its motion should be persistent, and so on, — are truths which may, for anything we know, be of the kind which metaphysicians call...of deduction, but we have no data for speculating as to their origin. But that there should be exactly so much matter and no more in every molecule of...
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Natural Theology: Or, Rational Theism

Milton Valentine - 1885 - عدد الصفحات: 274
...that all action should be between two portions of matter, and so on, are truths which may, for aught we know, be of the kind which metaphysicians call...particular distribution of matter, a collocation, to use the expression of Dr. Chalmers, of things which we have no difficulty in imagining to have been...
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Properties of Matter

Peter Guthrie Tait - 1885 - عدد الصفحات: 320
...that all action should be between two portions of matter, and so on, are truths which may, for aught we know, be of the kind which metaphysicians call...particular distribution of matter, a collocation, to use the expression of Dr. Chalmers, of things which we have no difficulty in imagining to have been...
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