Arthur Eddington Quote

We have travelled far from the standpoint which identifies the real with the concrete. Even the older philosophy found it necessary to admit exceptions; for example, time must be admitted to be real, although no one could attribute to it a concrete nature.


Science and the Unseen World (1929)

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We have travelled far from the standpoint which identifies the real with the concrete. Even the older philosophy found it necessary to admit...

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We have travelled far from the standpoint which identifies the real with the concrete. Even the older philosophy found it necessary to admit...

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We have travelled far from the standpoint which identifies the real with the concrete. Even the older philosophy found it necessary to admit...

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We have travelled far from the standpoint which identifies the real with the concrete. Even the older philosophy found it necessary to admit...