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" Nothing," says Sir IFW Herschel, "can be more unfounded than the objection which has been taken in limine, by persona well meaning perhaps, certainly narrow-minded, against the study of natural philosophy, and indeed against all science,—that it fosters... "
Geology and mineralogy considered with reference to natural theology - Página 449
de William Buckland - 1841
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Spirit of the English Magazines

1831
...struggle, and give a new hope to mankind by the new victory of their freedom ! NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. NOTHING can be more unfounded than the objection which has been taken, in litnine, by persons, well meaning perhaps, certainly narrow-minded, against the study of natural philosophy,...
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A Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural Philosophy

John Frederick William Herschel - 1831 - 372 páginas
...wisdom for which the slight taste obtained on earth has given him so keen a relish ? (5.) Nothing, then, can be more unfounded than the objection which has been taken, in limine, by persons, well meaning perhaps, certainly narrow-minded, against the study of natural philosophy, and,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen 45

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray (IV), William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1831
...finest essays on the moral conduct of the intellect which has ever been produced. ' Nothing, then, can be more unfounded than the objection which has been taken, in limine, hy persons, well meaning perhaps, certainly narrow-minded, against the study of natural philosophy,—that...
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The British Critic, Quarterly Theological Review, and ..., Volumen 16

1834
...hack on itself in utter hopelessness of arriving at an end."—p. 4. And again:— " Nothing, then, can be more unfounded than the objection which has been taken, in limine, by persons, well meaning perhaps, certainly narrow-minded, against the study of natural philosophy, and...
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The County [afterw.] Country miscellany, ed. by H. Burgess

Henry Burgess (of Luton) - 1836
...the study of natural philosophy was condemned by some as opposed to religion; " Nothing (says Sir J. Herschel) can be more unfounded than the objection which has been taken by personswell meaning perhaps, certainly narrow minded, against the study of natural philosophy, and...
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The Carthusian

1839
...subject. After showing that, after all, man is but a being " darkly wise," he proceeds : " Nothing, then, can be more unfounded than the objection which has been taken, in limine, by persons, well meaning perhaps, certainly narrow-minded, against the study of natural philosophy, and...
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The Carthusian

1839
...subject. After showing that, after all, man is but a being "darkly wise," he proceeds: " Nothing, then, can be more unfounded than the objection which has been taken, in limine, by persons, well meaning perhaps, certainly narrow-minded, against the study of natural philosophy, and...
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The Carthusian: A Miscellany in Prose and Verse, Volumen 1

1839
...subject. After showing that, after all, man is but a being "darkly wise," he proceeds : " Nothing, then, can be more unfounded than the objection which has been taken, in limine, by persons, well meaning perhaps, certainly narrow-minded, against the study of natural philosophy, and...
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The Carthusian

1839
...subject. After showing that, after all, man is but a being "darkly wise," he proceeds: " Nothing, then, can be more unfounded than the objection which has been taken, in limine, by persons, well meaning perhaps, certainly narrow-minded, against the study of natural philosophy, and...
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A preliminary discourse on the study of natural philosophy

Sir John Frederick William Herschel - 1840 - 372 páginas
...wisdom for which the slight taste obtained on earth has given him so keen a relish ? (5.) Nothing, then, can be more unfounded than the objection which has been taken, in limine, by persons, well meaning perhaps, certainly narrow-minded, against the study of natural philosophy, and...
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