Pierre-Simon Laplace Quote

All events, even those which on account of their insignificance do not seem to follow the great laws of nature, are a result of it just as necessarily as the revolutions of the sun.


Translated by Frederick Wilson Truscott and Frederick Lincoln, A Philosophical Essay on Probabilities, Chapter II (p. 3), John Wiley & Sons. 1902

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All events, even those which on account of their insignificance do not seem to follow the great laws of nature, are a result of it just as...

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All events, even those which on account of their insignificance do not seem to follow the great laws of nature, are a result of it just as...

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All events, even those which on account of their insignificance do not seem to follow the great laws of nature, are a result of it just as...

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All events, even those which on account of their insignificance do not seem to follow the great laws of nature, are a result of it just as...