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" It may be said that the fact makes a stronger impression on the boy through the medium of his sight, that he believes it the more confidently. I say that this ought not to be the case. If he does not believe the statements of his tutor — probably a... "
Nature - Página 323
editado por - 1874
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The conflict of studies, and other essays on subjects connected with education

Isaac Todhunter - 1873 - 242 páginas
...grammar; but the measure of his interest is not identical with that of the importance of the subjects. It may be said that the fact makes a stronger impression...of science which he is supposed to be cultivating. Some considerable drawback must be made from the educational value of experiments, so called, on account...
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The Conflict of Studies and Other Essays on Subjects Connected with Education

Isaac Todhunter - 1873 - 242 páginas
...probably a clergyman of ma- / ( ture knowledge, recognised ability, and blameless cha- I / racter — his suspicion is irrational, and manifests a want...of science which he is supposed to be cultivating. Some considerable drawback must be made from the educational value of experiments, so called, on account...
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Nature, Volume 9

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1874
...science in schools, his observations apply (if they have any basis whatever) to science-teaching in general. " It may be said that the fact makes a stronger...subject before us. PG TAIT POLARISATION OF LIGHT* V. THE conversion of plane into circularly polarised light may also be effected by total reflexion. If...
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Nature, Volume 9

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1874
...science in schools, his observations apply (if they have any basis whatever) to science-teaching in general. " It may be said that the fact makes a stronger...disposed now to make is to proceed at once to farther expeiintental illustrations of the subject before us. PG TAIT POLARISATION OF LIGHT* V. THE conversion...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 31

1878
...does not believe the statements of his tutor — probably a clergyman of mature knowledge, recognized ability, and blameless character — his suspicion...of science which he is supposed to be cultivating." Many facts cannot be made thorouglily intelligible without experiment; many others require no illustration...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volumes 7-12

1878
...suspicion is irrational, and manifests a want of the power of appreciating evidence — a want fatal to hU success in that branch of science which he is supposed to be cultivating." Between such extremes many courses may be traced. But it is better to dismiss the consideration of...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 26

1885
...does not believe the statement of his tutor — probably a clergyman of mature knowledge, recognized ability, and blameless character — his suspicion...of science which he is supposed to be cultivating." Professor Todhunter was an eminent teacher of mathematics ; he wrote many text-books on this science,...
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Thirty Years of Teaching

Louis Compton Miall - 1897 - 250 páginas
...does not believe the statements of his tutor — probably a clergyman of mature knowledge, recognized ability, and blameless character — his suspicion...of science which he is supposed to be cultivating. I am glad to be able to set against this opinion the practice of another eminent man of science. "He...
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The Progress of Physics During 33 Years (1875-1908): Four Lectures Delivered ...

Sir Arthur Schuster - 1911 - 164 páginas
...recognised ability, and blameless character — his suspicion is irrational, and manifests a want of power of appreciating evidence, a want fatal to his...of science which he is supposed to be cultivating." Todhunter was a highly cultivated man and an able mathematician ; he undeniably believed in the mission...
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Lectures on Ten British Physicists of the Nineteenth Century

Alexander Macfarlane - 1916 - 144 páginas
...irrational, and manifests a want of the power of appreciating evidence, a want fatal to his suecess in that branch of science which he is supposed to be cultivating." Clear physical conceptions cannot be got by tradition, even from a clergyman of blameless charater;...
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