| Abraham John Valpy - Great Britain - 1826
...reflect on them, fills the mind, and produces certain as well as pure gratification. Hut if the knowlege **of the doctrines unfolded by science is pleasing,...see distinctly those grounds, so as to be satisfied** tbat a belief in the doctrines is well founded. Hence to follow a demonstration of a grand mathematical... | |
| Abraham John Valpy - Great Britain - 1826
...investigated, and their truth demonstrated : indeed you cannot be said, in any sense of the w<jrd, **to have learnt them, or to know them, if you have...to follow a demonstration of a grand mathematical** truth — to perceive how clearly and how inevitably one step succeeds another, and how the whole steps... | |
| Great Britain - 1826
...to know them, if you have not so studied them as to perceive how they are proved. Without this yon **never can expect to remember them long, or to understand...to follow a demonstration of a grand mathematical** truth — to perceive how clearly and how inevitably one step succeeds another, and how the whole steps... | |
| Henry Peter Brougham (1st baron Brougham and Vaux.) - 1827
...same power which makes a stone fall to the ground ? To learn these things, and to reflect upon them, **fills the mind, and produces certain as well as pure...to follow a demonstration of a grand mathematical** truth — to perceive how clearly and how inevitably one step succeeds another, and how the whole steps... | |
| Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - Mathematics - 1828 - 187 pages
...the very instrument and the process by which Nature works ? Then we raise our views to the structure **of the heavens ; and are again gratified with tracing...to follow a demonstration of a grand mathematical** truth — to perceive how clearly and how inevitably one step succeeds another, and how the whole steps... | |
| Physics - 1829
...the globe itself; and that, after all, it is the same power which makes a stone fall to the ground 1 **To learn these things, and to reflect upon them, occupies...to follow a demonstration of a grand mathematical** truth — to perceive how clearly and how inevitably one step succeeds another, and how the whole steps... | |
| 1829
...their truth demonstrated: indeed \ou cannot be said, in any sense of the word, to have learnt ihem, **or to know them, if you have not so studied them as...to follow a demonstration of a grand mathematical** truth — to perceive how clearly and how inevitably one step succeeds another, and how the whole steps... | |
| Education - 1828
...them, if you have not so studied them as to perceive how they are proved. Without this you can never **expect to remember them long, or to understand them...to follow a demonstration of a grand mathematical** truth — to perceive how clearly and how inevitably one step succeeds another, and how the whole steps... | |
| Boston Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge - Science - 1831 - 320 pages
...same power which makes a stone fall to the ground ? To learn these things, and to reflect upon them, **fills the mind, and produces certain as well as pure...to follow a demonstration of a grand mathematical** truth — to perceive how clearly and how inevitably one step succeeds another, and how the whole steps... | |
| Methodist Church - 1832
...same power which makes a stone fall to the ground 1 To learn these things, and to reflect upon them, **fills the mind, and produces certain as well as pure...to follow a demonstration of a grand mathematical** truth — to perceive how clearly and how inevitably one step succeeds another, and how the whole steps... | |
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