Louis Pasteur Quote

The arguments... by which you support my theories, are most ingenious, but not founded on demonstrated facts; analogy is no proof.


In: R. Vallery-Radot - Life of Pasteur - Chapter VIII (p. 223), Garden City Publishing Company. 1926

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The arguments... by which you support my theories, are most ingenious, but not founded on demonstrated facts; analogy is no proof.

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The arguments... by which you support my theories, are most ingenious, but not founded on demonstrated facts; analogy is no proof.

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The arguments... by which you support my theories, are most ingenious, but not founded on demonstrated facts; analogy is no proof.

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The arguments... by which you support my theories, are most ingenious, but not founded on demonstrated facts; analogy is no proof.