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" So, the vast results obtained by Science are won by no mystical faculties, by no mental processes, other than those which are practised by every one of us, in the humblest and meanest affairs of life. "
Medical Herald - Page 232
1914
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The Athenaeum

1870
...untutored savage, the other to the polished weapon with which the guardsman gives his cut and thrust; " the sword exercise is only the hewing and poking of the club-man developed and perfected." A beautiful allegory is that of the game of chess, in which he supposes each man and woman of us to...
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Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1871 - 344 pages
...out the weakness of the adversary ; in the ready hand 78 $air Smnons, (Sssags, anit geimtos. [vprompt to follow it on the instant. But, after all, the sword...by no mental processes, other than those which are practised by every one of us, in the humblest and meanest affairs of life. A detective policeman discovers...
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Principles of Rhetoric ...

Adams Sherman Hill - 1878
...topics upon which it is possible to reason. The process of reasoning is the same, whatever the topic. " The vast results obtained by science are won by no...by no mental processes, other than those which are practised by every one of us in the humblest and meanest affairs of life. A detective policeman discovers...
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Principles of Rhetoric and Their Application

Adams Sherman Hill - 1878 - 296 pages
...topics upon which it is possible to reason. The process of reasoning is the same, whatever the topic. " The vast results obtained by science are won by no...by no mental processes, other than those which are practised by every one of us in the humblest and meanest affairs of life. A detective policeman discovers...
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The Art of Speech ...

Luther Tracy Townsend - 1881
...L. (Page 195.) Professor Huxley, in Lay Sermons, thus speaks upon these two methods of reasoning : " The vast results obtained by science are won by no...by no mental processes, other than those which are practised by every one of us in the humblest and meanest affairs of life. A detective policeman discovers...
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A Handbook of English Composition

James Morgan Hart - 1895 - 360 pages
...reasoners, has expressed himself in a paragraph which has been much quoted and sometimes misunderstood : So, the vast results obtained by Science are won by...by no mental processes other than those which are practised by every one of us in the humblest and meanest affairs of life. A detective policeman discovers...
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The Principles of Rhetoric

Adams Sherman Hill - 1895 - 431 pages
...operation of deduction from the general rule ' marbles are too hard to break with one's teeth.' " l " The vast results obtained by Science are won by no mystical faculties, by 110 mental processes, other than those which are practised by every one of us, in the humblest and...
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Science and Education: Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1896 - 451 pages
...real advantage lies in the point and polish of the swordsman's weapon ; in the trained eye quick to spy out the weakness of the adversary ; in the ready...by no mental processes, other than those which are practised by every one of us, in the humblest and meanest affairs of life. A detective policeman discovers...
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Paragraph-writing

Fred Newton Scott - 1909
...real advantage lies in the point and polish of the swordsman's weapon ; in the trained eye quick to spy out the weakness of the adversary ; in the ready...by no mental processes, other than those which are practised by every one of us, in the humblest and meanest affairs of life. A detective policeman discovers...
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Composition-rhetoric: Designed for Use in Secondary Schools

Fred Newton Scott, Joseph Villiers Denney - 1897 - 406 pages
...burst into flame, and puff the door out, and all is over. — WD HOWELLS : Harper's Magazine, 90 : 840. The vast results obtained by science are won by no...by no mental processes, other than those which are practised by every one of us in the humblest and meanest affairs of life. A detective policeman discovers...
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