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" And though every true Step made in this Philosophy brings us not immediately to the Knowledge of the first Cause, yet it brings us nearer to it, and on that account is to be highly valued. "
The connexion of natural and divine truth; or, The study of the inductive ... - Sivu 182
tekijä(t) Baden Powell - 1838
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Opticks:: Or, A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and ...

Sir Isaac Newton - 1730 - 382 sivua
...every true Step made in this Philofophy brings us not immediately to the Knowledge of the firft Caufe, yet it brings us nearer to it, and on that account is to be highly valued. • . §>u. 29. Are not the Rays of Light very fmall Bodies emitted from mining Subftances? For fuch...

An enquiry after philosophy and theology: Tending to show when and whence ...

Robert] [Spearman - 1755 - 425 sivua
...true ftep made in this philofophy " brings us not immediately to the know" ledge of the firft caufe, yet it brings us " nearer to it ; and on that account is to " be highly valued." So his definition of his Deus makes him to exift in one perfon ; direftly oppofite, as I faid above,...

Plurality of worlds: or Letters, notes & memoranda ... occasioned by 'A ...

Alexander Maxwell (bookseller.), Thomas Chalmers - 1817
...into our little sensorium, arc there seen and beheld by that, which in us perceives and thinks. And though every true step made in this philosophy, brings...to it, and on that account is to be highly valued." Newton's Optics, p. 345. Attend also to the conclusion of the whole of his researches ; it appears...

Library of Useful Knowledge: Natural Philosophy...

1832
...sensoriums, are there seen and beheld by that which in us perceives and thinks. And though every step in this philosophy brings us not immediately to the...it brings us nearer to it, and on that account is highly to be valued. * * * * And if natural philosophy in all its parts shall at length be perfected,...

Lives of Eminent Persons: Consisting of Galileo, Kepler, Newton, Mahomet ...

1833 - 571 sivua
...by that which in us perceives and thinks ; and though every true step made in this philosophy bring us not immediately to the knowledge of the First Cause,...to it, and on that account is to be highly valued ?" It is thus that Newton speaks of a Supreme Being ; and even those who might dispute the arguments...

Lives of eminent persons; consisting of Galileo, Kepler

Lives - 1833
...by that which in us perceives and thinks ; and though every true step made in this philosophy bring us not immediately to the knowledge of the First Cause,...to it, and on that account is to be highly valued ?" It is thus that Newton speaks of a Supreme Being ; and even those who might dispute the arguments...

Lives of Eminent Persons

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1833 - 571 sivua
...by that which in us perceives and thinks ; and though every true step made in this philosophy bring us not immediately to the knowledge of the First Cause,...to it, and on that account is to be highly valued ?" It is thus that Newton speaks of a Supreme Being ; and even those who might dispute the arguments...

Astronomy and General Physics: Considered with Reference to Natural Theology

William Whewell - 1833 - 284 sivua
...deduce cause from effects, till we come to the very first cause, which is certainly not mechanical." " Though every true step made in this philosophy brings...to the knowledge of the first cause, yet it brings us'nearer to it, and is on that account highly to be valued." The Scholium, or note, which concludes...

Mechanics' Magazine, and Journal of the Mechanics' Institute, Nide 1

John Knight - 1833
...true step made in this philosophy bring us not immediately to the knowledge of the First Саше, yet it brings us nearer to it, and on that account is to be highly valued ?' > " It is thus that Newton speaks of a Supreme Being ; and even those who might disputo the arguments...

A Discourse on the Studies of the University

Adam Sedgwick - 1834 - 157 sivua
...may be well to fortify this conclusion by two quotations from the latter part of Newton's Optics. " Though every true step made in this philosophy brings...to it, and on that account is to be highly valued." Again, he writes, " If natural philosophy in all its parts, by pursuing this method (of analysis and...




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