Heinrich Hertz Quote

The most direct, and in a sense the most important, problem which our conscious knowledge of nature should enable us to solve is the anticipation of future events, so that we may arrange our present affairs in accordance with such anticipation.


Translated by Daniel Evan Jones and John Thomas Walley, The Principles of Mechanics Presented in a New Form, Introduction (p. 1), Macmillan & Company Ltd. 1899

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The most direct, and in a sense the most important, problem which our conscious knowledge of nature should enable us to solve is the anticipation of...

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The most direct, and in a sense the most important, problem which our conscious knowledge of nature should enable us to solve is the anticipation of...

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The most direct, and in a sense the most important, problem which our conscious knowledge of nature should enable us to solve is the anticipation of...

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The most direct, and in a sense the most important, problem which our conscious knowledge of nature should enable us to solve is the anticipation of...