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The natural historian is not a fisherman who prays for cloudy days and good luck merely; but as fishing has been styled "a contemp ...
Natural law is only whatever happens in your lifetime within fifty miles of you.
She atoned for want of devotion to God, by devotion to man. She had a woman's natural tendency towards asceticism, self-extinction ...
In movies about women, all important historical and natural events are translated into the terms of a woman's daily life. World Wa ...
Neither the historian nor the cartographer can ever reproduce the reality they are trying to communicate to the reader of books or ...
Let us say, then, that both the realist and the antirealist accept the results of scientific investigations as "true," on a par wi ...
I can see ... only one safe rule for the historian: that he should recognize in the development of human destinies the play of the ...
The urgent consideration of the public safety may undoubtedly authorise the violation of every positive law. How far that or any o ...
Tolstoy's aristocratic nature is, above all, responsible for the fact that his whole art and thought are rooted in the idea of the ...
Science is the knowledge of many, orderly and methodically
digested and arranged, so as to become attainable by one. The
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