Henri Poincaré Quote

All laws are deduced from experiment; but to enunciate them, a special language is needful. Ordinary language is too poor... This is one reason why the physicist can not do without mathematics; it furnishes him the only language he can speak. And a well-made language is no indifferent thing.


The Value of Science (1905)

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All laws are deduced from experiment; but to enunciate them, a special language is needful. Ordinary language is too poor... This is one reason why...

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All laws are deduced from experiment; but to enunciate them, a special language is needful. Ordinary language is too poor... This is one reason why...

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All laws are deduced from experiment; but to enunciate them, a special language is needful. Ordinary language is too poor... This is one reason why...

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All laws are deduced from experiment; but to enunciate them, a special language is needful. Ordinary language is too poor... This is one reason why...