Charles Babbage Quote

An object is frequently not seen, from not knowing how to see it, rather than from any defect of the organ of vision.


Reflections on the Decline of Sciene in England (ed. 1830)

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An object is frequently not seen, from not knowing how to see it, rather than from any defect of the organ of vision.

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An object is frequently not seen, from not knowing how to see it, rather than from any defect of the organ of vision.

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An object is frequently not seen, from not knowing how to see it, rather than from any defect of the organ of vision.

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An object is frequently not seen, from not knowing how to see it, rather than from any defect of the organ of vision.