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" Then why not consent to apply the knowledge we have to that which is under development? Shall we educate ourselves in what is known, and then casting away all we have acquired, turn to our ignorance for aid to guide us among the unknown? If so, instruct... "
A Knowledge of Living Things: With the Laws of Their Existence - الصفحة 282
بواسطة Agrippa Nelson Bell - 1860 - عدد الصفحات: 318
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Experimental Researches in Chemistry and Physics

Michael Faraday - 1859 - عدد الصفحات: 496
...that which is written ; the end will be just as unsatisfactory, though not so injurious; forthebook of nature, which we have to read, is written by the...proceed to ascertain how much weight he can raise by the draught of his fingers upwards ; and of this weight, so ascertained, how much is unrepresented by any...
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THE CULTURE DEMANDED BY MODERN LIFE

PROFESSOR TYNDALL - 1867
...of placing that before us separately in its simplicity and truth. Then why not consent to apply th§ knowledge we have to that which is under development...proceed to ascertain how much weight he can raise by the draught of his fingers upwards; and of this weight, so ascertained, how much is unrepresented by any...
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Modern Culture: Its True Aims and Requirements; a Series of Addresses and ...

Edward Livingston Youmans - 1867 - عدد الصفحات: 423
...unsatisfactory, though not so injurious, for the book of nature, which we have to read, is written by the ringer of God. Why should not one who can thus lift a table,...proceed to ascertain how much weight he can raise by the draught of his fingers upwards; and of this weight, so ascertained, how much is unrepresented by any...
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The American Journal of Education, المجلد 23

Henry Barnard - 1872
...case which of all others ¡я fitted to be tested by it ; or if the law be erroneous to test the law. Why should not one who can thus lift a table, proceed...proceed to ascertain how much weight he can raise by the draught of his fingers upwards ; and of this weight, so ascertained, how much is unrepresented by any...
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The American Journal of Education, المجلد 23

Henry Barnard - 1872
...case which of all others is fitted to be tested by it ; or if the law be erroneons, to test the law. Why should not one who can thus lift a table, proceed to verify and simplify hie (act, and bring it into relation with the law of Newton? Why should he not take the top of his...
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Christian Thought, المجلد 2

Charles Force Deems, John Bancroft Devins - 1886
...apply it. The law affords the simplest means of testing the fact; and if there be, indeed, any thing in the latter new to our knowledge (and who shall...into relation with the law of Newton? Why should he no* take the top of his table (it may be a small one), and placing it in a balance, or on a lever,...
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Experimental Researches In Chemistry And Physics

Michael Faraday - 2003 - عدد الصفحات: 518
...thus persuaded, and those who are inclined to think and to hope that they are right, throw up Newton-s law at once, and that in a case which of all others...proceed to ascertain how much weight he can raise by the draught of his fingers upwards ; and of this weight, so ascertained, how much is unrepresented by any...
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