William Kingdon Clifford Quote

It may have occurred (and very naturally too) to such as have had the curiosity to read the title of this lecture, that it must necessarily be a very dry and difficult subject; interesting to very few, intelligible to still fewer, and, above all, utterly incapable of adequate treatment within the limits of a discourse like this.


Lectures and Essays, by the Late William Kingdon Clifford, On the Aims and Instruments of Scientific Thought (p. 85), Macmillan & Company Ltd. 1886

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It may have occurred (and very naturally too) to such as have had the curiosity to read the title of this lecture, that it must necessarily be a very ...

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It may have occurred (and very naturally too) to such as have had the curiosity to read the title of this lecture, that it must necessarily be a very ...

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It may have occurred (and very naturally too) to such as have had the curiosity to read the title of this lecture, that it must necessarily be a very ...

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It may have occurred (and very naturally too) to such as have had the curiosity to read the title of this lecture, that it must necessarily be a very ...