Arthur Eddington Quote

In science and in most philosophies spoken and printed words are treated, not only as immediate sensory data of our own consciousness, but as communicating to us data existing in other consciousnesses.


New Pathways in Science, Chapter I (p. 10), At the University Press. 1935

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In science and in most philosophies spoken and printed words are treated, not only as immediate sensory data of our own consciousness, but as...

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In science and in most philosophies spoken and printed words are treated, not only as immediate sensory data of our own consciousness, but as...

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In science and in most philosophies spoken and printed words are treated, not only as immediate sensory data of our own consciousness, but as...

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In science and in most philosophies spoken and printed words are treated, not only as immediate sensory data of our own consciousness, but as...