George Boole Quote

So to apprehend in all particular instances the relation of cause and effect, as to connect the two extremes in thought according to the order in which they are connected in nature (for the modus operandi is, and must ever be, unknown to us), is the final object of science.


An Investigation of the Law of Thought - Chapter XX (p. 320), Dover Publications, Inc. 1951

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