Robert Hooke Quote

Nothing is so well understood or apprehended, as when it is represented under some sensible Form.


In: Harry Woolf (ed.), The Posthumous Works of Robert Hooke, Lectures of Light, Section VII (p. 141)

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Nothing is so well understood or apprehended, as when it is represented under some sensible Form.

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Nothing is so well understood or apprehended, as when it is represented under some sensible Form.

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Nothing is so well understood or apprehended, as when it is represented under some sensible Form.

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Nothing is so well understood or apprehended, as when it is represented under some sensible Form.