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Histories make men wise; poets witty; the mathematics subtle; natural philosophy deep; moral grave; logic and rhetoric able to con ...
All the moral laws are readily translated into natural philosophy, for often we have only to restore the primitive meaning of the ...
Two men in a skiff, whom we passed hereabouts, floating buoyantly amid the reflections of the trees, like a feather in mid-air, or ...
Science is the knowledge of many, orderly and methodically
digested and arranged, so as to become attainable by one. The
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A person, seasoned with a just sense of the imperfections of natural reason, will fly to revealed truth with the greatest avidity: ...
Let us say, then, that both the realist and the antirealist accept the results of scientific investigations as "true," on a par wi ...
Thus I believe that without doing violence to the ancient doctrine of the Chinese, one can say that the Li has been brought by the ...
Chinese were born ... with an accumulated wisdom, a natural sophistication, an intelligent naivete, and unless they were transplan ...
The Scripture was written to shew unto men the kingdom of God; and to prepare their minds to become his obedient subjects; leaving ...
Puritanism prolonged in America the medieval Christian view of the world and of human destiny. It taught men to distrust their nat ...
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