William Whewell Quote

Every stage of science has its train of practical applications and systematic inferences, arising both from the demands of convenience and curiosity, and from the pleasure which, as we have already said, ingenious and active-minded men feel in exercising the process of deduction.


History of the Inductive Sciences from the Earliest to the Present Time, (3rd edition), Book III, Chapter I (p. 121)

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Every stage of science has its train of practical applications and systematic inferences, arising both from the demands of convenience and curiosity, ...

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Every stage of science has its train of practical applications and systematic inferences, arising both from the demands of convenience and curiosity, ...

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Every stage of science has its train of practical applications and systematic inferences, arising both from the demands of convenience and curiosity, ...

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Every stage of science has its train of practical applications and systematic inferences, arising both from the demands of convenience and curiosity, ...