William Whewell Quote

Deductive reasoners, those who cultivate science, of whatever kind, by means of mathematical and logical processes alone, may acquire an exaggerated feeling of the amount and value of their labours.


Astronomy and General Physics, Chapter V (p. 252), Carey, Lea & Blanchard. 1833

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Deductive reasoners, those who cultivate science, of whatever kind, by means of mathematical and logical processes alone, may acquire an exaggerated...