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" ... of all sorts, of the erroneous expression applied science. The abandonment of scientific careers by men capable of pursuing them with distinction, was recently... "
The Journal of the Royal institution of Great Britain. Notices of the ... - Página 28
de Royal institution of Great Britain - 1882
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Fragments of Science for Unscientific People: A Series of Detached Essays ...

John Tyndall - 1875 - 422 páginas
...single city of Paris counted a greater number of discoverers than any country in the world. Few persons comprehend the real origin of the marvels of industry...of nations. I need no other proof of this than the employment more and more frequent in lectures and speeches, in official language, and in writings of...
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Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses, and ..., Volumen 2

John Tyndall - 1879
...labours begun, continued, and ended, under the operation of a purely intellectual stimulus. ' Few,' says Pasteur, ' seem to comprehend the real origin of the...applied science. Nothing, I venture to say, could be more dangerous, even to practical life, than the consequences which might flow from these words....
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The Saturday Magazine, Volumen 1

Frederic Beecher Perkins - 1879
...labors begun, continuel), and ended under the operation of a purely intellectual stimulus. "Few," says Pasteur, "seem to comprehend the real origin of the...in lectures, speeches, and official language of the err. neons expression, ' applied science.' A statesman of the greatest talent stated some time ago...
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Humboldt Library of Popular Science Literature, Volumen 2,Números 37-48

1879
...his country and the predominance of Germany in the late war, expresses himself thus: " Few persons comprehend the real origin of the marvels of industry and the wealth of nations. I need no further proof of this than the employment, more and more frequent in official language, and in writing...
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Six Lectures on Light: Delivered in America in 1872-1873

John Tyndall - 1881 - 272 páginas
...his country and the predominance of Germany in the late war, expresses himself thus : ' Few persons comprehend the real origin of the marvels of industry and the wealth of nations. I need no further proof of this than the employment more and more frequent in official language, and in writing...
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Proceedings, Volumen 9

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1882
...they apply with particular emphasis to the recent developments of the electric light. " Few," says Pasteur, " seem to comprehend the real origin of the...marvels of industry and the wealth of nations. I need BO other proof of this than the frequent employment in lectures, tpeeehee, and official language, of...
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Science, Volumen 56

John Michels (Journalist) - 1923
...cannot long survive him. The following three quotations are selected from Pasteur's article: Few persons comprehend the real origin of the marvels of industry...of nations. I need no other proof of this than the employment more and more frequent in lectures and speeches, in official language, and in writings of...
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Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses, and ..., Volumen 2

John Tyndall - 1892
...labours begun, continued, and ended, under the operation of a purely intellectual stimulus. ' Few,' says Pasteur, ' seem to comprehend the real origin of the...applied science. Nothing, I venture to say, could be more dangerous, even to practical life, than the consequences which might flow from these words....
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Fragments of Science ...

John Tyndall - 1894
...labours begun, continued, and ended, under the operation of a purely intellectual stimulus. ' Few,' says Pasteur, ' seem to comprehend the real origin of the...applied science. Nothing, I venture to say, could be more dangerous, even to practical life, than the consequences which might flow from these words....
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English and Engineering

Frank Aydelotte - 1917 - 390 páginas
...his country and the predominance of Germany in the late war, expresses himself thus: " Few persons comprehend the real origin of the marvels of industry and the wealth of nations. I need no further proof of this than the employment more and more frequent in official language, and in writing...
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