James Clerk Maxwell Quote

The perusal of it [Isaac Taylor's Physical Theory of Another Life] has a tendency rather to excite speculation than to satisfy curiosity, and the author obtains the approbation of the reader, while he fails to convince him of the soundness of his views...


In: Lewis Campbell and William Garnett, The Life of James Clerk Maxwell, Appendix A (p. 341), Macmillan & Co Ltd. 1884

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The perusal of it [Isaac Taylor's Physical Theory of Another Life] has a tendency rather to excite speculation than to satisfy curiosity, and the...

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The perusal of it [Isaac Taylor's Physical Theory of Another Life] has a tendency rather to excite speculation than to satisfy curiosity, and the...

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The perusal of it [Isaac Taylor's Physical Theory of Another Life] has a tendency rather to excite speculation than to satisfy curiosity, and the...

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The perusal of it [Isaac Taylor's Physical Theory of Another Life] has a tendency rather to excite speculation than to satisfy curiosity, and the...