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" ... the main business of natural philosophy is to argue from phenomena without feigning hypotheses and to deduce causes from effects till we come to the very first cause, which certainly is not mechanical; and not only to unfold the mechanism of the world,... "
Lives of eminent persons; consisting of Galileo, Kepler - Página 30
por Lives - 1833
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The myths of Plato: Transl. with introd. and other observations

Plato, John Alexander Stewart - 1905 - 532 páginas
...Discourse from Phenomena belongs to Experimental Philosophy. . . . The main business of Natural Philosophy is to argue from Phenomena without feigning Hypotheses,...very First Cause, which certainly is not mechanical. Besides the better Argument from Design which the reformed astronomy seemed to offer, there was also...
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Principles of Logic

George Hayward Joyce - 1908 - 431 páginas
.... . for 'explaining all things mechanically . . . whereas the ' main business of Natural Philosophy is to argue from ' phenomena without feigning hypotheses,...come to the very first cause, 'which certainly is not mechanical."2 It will be evident from these citations that the method employed by this greatest of...
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The Monist, Volumen25

Paul Carus - 1915
...mechanically and referring other causes to metaphysics : whereas the main business of natural philosophy is to argue from phenomena without feigning hypotheses...and whence is it that the sun and planets gravitate toward one another without dense matter between them? Whence is it that nature does nothing in vain...
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Principles of Logic

George Hayward Joyce - 1916 - 431 páginas
...... for ' explaining all things mechanically . . . whereas the ' main business of Natural Philosophy is to argue from ' phenomena without feigning hypotheses,...first cause, ' which certainly is not mechanical." z It will be evident from these citations that the method employed by this greatest of scientific discoverers...
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Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, Volúmenes1-2

Dugald Stewart - 1921
...sentiments oo the present subject. " The main business of natural philosophy is to argue from phe" nomena, without feigning hypotheses, and to deduce causes...but chiefly to resolve these and such like questions : Whence is it " that Nature does nothing in vain ; and -whence arises all that order " and beauty...
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The Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Physical Science: A Historical and ...

Edwin Arthur Burtt - 1925 - 349 páginas
...infinite scene of the d1vine knowledge and control. " Whereas the main business of natural philosophy is to argue from phenomena without feigning hypotheses,...chiefly to resolve these and such like questions. ... Is not the sensory of animals that place to which the sensitive substance is present, and into...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen39

1877
...and emphasizing the noble words of Sir Isaac Newton : — , " The main business of natural philosophy is to argue from phenomena without feigning hypotheses,...effects till we come to the very first cause which is certainly not mechanical. And not only to resolve the mechanism of the world, but chiefly to resolve...
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Mathematics in Western Culture

Morris Kline - 1964 - 512 páginas
...statement of the classic argument for the existence of God: The main business of natural philosophy is to argue from phenomena without feigning hypotheses,...very first cause, which certainly is not mechanical. . . What is there in places almost empty of matter, and whence is it that the sun and planets gravitate...
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From Puritanism to the Age of Reason

G R Cragg - 2003
...business of natural philosophy', he said, 'is to argue from phenomena without feigning hypostases, and to deduce causes from effects, till we come to...What is there in places almost empty of matter, and from whence is it that sun and planets gravitate toward one another without dense matter between them?...
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Mathematics: The Loss of Certainty

Morris Kline - 1982 - 366 páginas
...argument for the existence of God as the framer of the universe: The main business of natural philosophy is to argue from phenomena without feigning hypotheses,...causes from effects, till we come to the very first, which certainly is not mechanical. . . . What is there in places almost empty of matter, and whence...
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