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      Law of
      Thought
      by
      Arthur Silva White

      Law of Thought

      by Arthur Silva White

      Excerpt


      Now, substance may be ponderable or imponderable, according to its consistency (i.e. Degree of condensation) and in the measure of its relative perceptivity to sensitive (therefore, all living) organisms, thereby yielding quanti tative and qualitative attributes capable of analysis. It may be said even to be tangible when weighed in the chemist's balance, or when subject to experiment by the numerous mechanical means applied by man to aid his very imperfect and limited senses. Thus, the advance of knowledge waits on the discovery of artificial media to stimulate or augment our sense-perceptions; and mental presentations rest, in the meantime, on rational hypotheses that co-ordinate and interpret the empirical dogmas of science. Scientific faith and imagination are essential handmaids to discovery. Scientific instinct is the herald of exact knowledge. There is nothing new under the sun save in our perception of it, when it is added to our common pabulum. If there were no continuity, there could be no science — no rational thought whatever.

      Book Details


      PIBN10505091
      ISBN978-1-333-44238-5
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-0-266-40596-2
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryMetaphysics
      Pages33
      Words10308
      Vocabulary963

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