Ludwig Boltzmann Quote

How awkward is the human mind in divining the nature of things, when forsaken by the analogy of what we see and touch directly?


Certain Questions of the Theory of Gasses, Nature, Volume 51, Number 1322, February 28, 1895 (p. 414)

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How awkward is the human mind in divining the nature of things, when forsaken by the analogy of what we see and touch directly?

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How awkward is the human mind in divining the nature of things, when forsaken by the analogy of what we see and touch directly?

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How awkward is the human mind in divining the nature of things, when forsaken by the analogy of what we see and touch directly?

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How awkward is the human mind in divining the nature of things, when forsaken by the analogy of what we see and touch directly?