André-Marie Ampère Quote

Those periods of history when phenomena previously thought to be due to totally diverse causes have been reduced to a single principle were almost always accompanied by the discovery of many new facts, because a new approach in the conception of causes suggests a multitude of new experiments to try and explanations to verify.


In: Peter Louis Galison, How Experiments End, Chapter 2 (p. 28), The University of Chicago Press, 1987

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