St. George Jackson Mivart Quote

The study of that which is thus common to all things, is the study of mathematics; and therefore mathematics, or the science of number, is and must be the most fundamental of all sciences, since it pertains to every other, and no other can be pursued without it.


An Introduction to the Elements of Science, Chapter I (p. 5), Little, Brown & Co. 1894

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The study of that which is thus common to all things, is the study of mathematics; and therefore mathematics, or the science of number, is and must...

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The study of that which is thus common to all things, is the study of mathematics; and therefore mathematics, or the science of number, is and must...

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The study of that which is thus common to all things, is the study of mathematics; and therefore mathematics, or the science of number, is and must...

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The study of that which is thus common to all things, is the study of mathematics; and therefore mathematics, or the science of number, is and must...