METHODS OF INSTRUCTION

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Σελίδα 366 - Ghost: that these three are one— the Father in the Son. the Son in the Father, and the Holy Ghost equal in essence or being with both: that this triune God created the heavens and the earth, and all that in them is, visible as well as invisible, and furthermore, sustains, governs, protects, and supports the same.
Σελίδα 493 - They should go to nature in all singleness of heart, and walk with her laboriously and trustingly, having no other thought but how best to penetrate her meaning; rejecting nothing, selecting nothing, and scorning nothing.
Σελίδα 482 - ... hands it over to the science. The science receives it, considers it as a phenomenon or effect to be studied, and having investigated its causes and conditions, sends it back to art with a theorem of the combination of circumstances by which it could be produced.
Σελίδα 307 - In the course of my own experience, I have never met with a mere mathematician who was not credulous to a fault ; — credulous not only with respect to human testimony, but credulous also in matters of opinion ; and prone, on all subjects which he had not carefully studied, to repose too much faith in illustrious and consecrated names.
Σελίδα 313 - From what has been stated above it will be seen that the sensory cells of the eye belong to a somewhat different category from those of the other sense organs.
Σελίδα 87 - Art necessarily presupposes knowledge; art, in any but its infant state, presupposes scientific knowledge; and if every art does not bear the name of a science, it is only because several sciences are often necessary to form the groundwork of a single art.
Σελίδα 109 - The specialities of science can be pursued by those whose vocation lies in that direction. They are indispensable; and they are not likely to be neglected; but they can never of themselves renovate our system of Education...
Σελίδα 411 - ... there may not be exceptions. Laws of the former kind are of a higher and deeper nature, they are the generalization of convictions carrying necessity with them, and a consequent universality in their very nature. They are entitled to be regarded as in an especial sense philosophic principles, being the ground to which we come when we follow any system of truth sufficiently far down, and competent to act as a basis on which to erect a superstructure of science. They are truths of our original...
Σελίδα 422 - Of the universal mind each individual man is one more incarnation. All its properties consist 4 in him. Each new fact in his private experience flashes a light on what great bodies of men have done, and the crises of his life refer to national crises.
Σελίδα 484 - ... purpose to be attained; 2, of their Means, or the agencies to be employed ; 3, of their Execution, or the manner of doing the work. 1. THEIR END. — The end of all the Empirical Arts is some physical or moral good — a utility. The farmer proposes to produce food; the mechanic, to construct houses, bridges, mills, machinery; the merchant to collect together and expose for sale various commodities which conduce to the comfort of life ; the physician, to cure the sick ; the judge, to secure the...

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