| Sir George Biddell Airy - 1834 - 215 lapas
...machinery in a profound analytical process. The degrees of conviction in the two cases are very different. **It is known to every one who has been engaged in the...faith than with the confidence of rational conviction.** Nor is this to be wondered at ; a clear understanding of many difficult steps, a distinct perception... | |
| Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1835
...engaged in the instruction of students in the Universities, that the results of the differential caldulus **are received by many rather with the doubts of imperfect...faith than with the confidence of rational conviction.** Nor Is this to be wondered at; a clear understand-- ing of many difficult steps, a distinct perception... | |
| 1835
...machinery in a profound analytical process. Tile degrees of conviction in the two canes are very different. **It is known to every one who has been engaged in the instruction of students** in the Universities, that the results of the differential caleulus are received by many rather with... | |
| Robert Armstrong - 1839 - 264 lapas
...those, whose resources allow them to repair to the universities, as is remarked by Professor Airy, " **The results of the differential calculus are received...than with the confidence of rational conviction."*** ON THE LENGTH OF BOILERS. 175. When a boiler is to be set up in the simplest possible manner, that... | |
| 1847
...machinery iu a profound analytical process. The degrees of conviction in the two cases are very different. **It is known to every one who has been engaged in the...faith than with the confidence of rational conviction.** Nor is this to be wondered at ; a clear understanding of many difficult steps, a distinct perception... | |
| Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1847
...machinery in a profound analytical process. The degrees of conviction in the two ca^es are very different. **It is known to every one who has been engaged in the...doubts of imperfect faith than with the confidence of** raiional conviction. Nor is thin to be wondered at ; a clear understmding of many difficult steps,... | |
| 1847
...machinery in a profound analytical process. The degrees of convictiOD in the two cases are very different. **It is known to every one who has been engaged in the instruction of students at** oar universities, that the results of the differential calculus are received by many, rather with the... | |
| W. P. Higgs - 1876 - 104 lapas
...awe ; and, if bold enough to question, receives its teachings, as Professor Airy has aptly said, " **rather with the doubts of imperfect faith than with the confidence of rational conviction."** In his ' Principles of the Differential Calculus,' Mr. Woolhouse observes, with only too much reason,... | |
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