Henri Poincaré Quote

All the scientist creates in a fact is the language in which he enunciates it. If he predicts a fact, he will employ this language, and for all those who can speak and understand it, his prediction is free from ambiguity. Moreover, this prediction once made, it evidently does not depend upon him whether it is fulfilled or not.


The Value of Science (1905)

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All the scientist creates in a fact is the language in which he enunciates it. If he predicts a fact, he will employ this language, and for all those ...

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All the scientist creates in a fact is the language in which he enunciates it. If he predicts a fact, he will employ this language, and for all those ...

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All the scientist creates in a fact is the language in which he enunciates it. If he predicts a fact, he will employ this language, and for all those ...

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All the scientist creates in a fact is the language in which he enunciates it. If he predicts a fact, he will employ this language, and for all those ...