Tommaso Campanella Quote

We begin to reason from sensible objects, and definition is the end and epilogue of science. It is not the beginning of our knowing, but only of our teaching.


In: William Whewell, The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences: Founded Upon Their History, (Volume 2)

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We begin to reason from sensible objects, and definition is the end and epilogue of science. It is not the beginning of our knowing, but only of our...

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We begin to reason from sensible objects, and definition is the end and epilogue of science. It is not the beginning of our knowing, but only of our...

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We begin to reason from sensible objects, and definition is the end and epilogue of science. It is not the beginning of our knowing, but only of our...

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We begin to reason from sensible objects, and definition is the end and epilogue of science. It is not the beginning of our knowing, but only of our...