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|Quotes. about. Common. Sense. from. QuotationsBook.com. Common sense is |
the measure of the possible; it is composed of experience and prevision; it is
calculation applied to life. - Amiel, Henri Frederic Common sense is calculation ...
Naim Sawaged - 1991 - 126 pages
|The Common Sense Calculation After you have decided you really need life |
insurance, because you do not want to be hit by a drunken driver while going
home, ... A similar form is used by insurance underwriters and financial
|were esteemed Learned ; her principal Pursuit had been the Art of acquiring all |
the Comforts of Life, with the least Haz- ... She was a great Critick in Weights and
Measures, and could calculate the Duration of Knive-Cloaths and Table-Linen, ...
|time or opportunity ; perhaps, common sense men Lave been the greatest |
theorists, for theories have only been the illustration and ... from them, and to
apply those inferences to the great and various concerns of life; practical men
look at the facts before them, and never go beyond. ... Common sense is those
eyes, caution, prudence, calculation, self preservation, watchfulness ; perhaps it
is the utilitarian ...
|... physical world, to turn political calculation into a matter of applying the precepts |
of common sense to social processes ... or in social life; after all, continents are
necessarily bigger than islands, and larger things naturally govern smaller ones.
|Differences in How People Judge Social and Political Life Shawn W. Rosenberg |
... 15 In either case, however, it is assumed that individuals calculate in order to
choose and the nature or structure of this calculation is fundamentally the same ...
1738 - 30 pages
|... of Bringing All Disputable Cases in Common Life, to a Trial and Final |
Detemination [sic] by It. Applied to the Spanish Affair ... That Losses will
sometimes happen, they who run the Risque expect and calculate; and that thele
may be and are ...
|1 mean not this as an exact calculation of the number of inhabitants or the |
produce of the taxes; but I only make it to shew the mode of calculation adopted
by Pain, who meant to deceive the poor by inducing them to believe that each
|In relativity theory, and in everyday life, we use space and time together to |
describe an event. ... Note that when we calculated the space–time interval, we
used a minus sign inside the square root. ... and time; it is because of this minus
sign that the entanglement of space and time appears to go beyond “common
|This attempt the writer supposes to be, in some respects, peculiar, and one that is |
particularly calculated to affect popular ... In the next place, the laws of
interpretation, and the principles of common sense as set forth in this volume, will
be applied to discover the answers of the Sacred Oracles to the great questions
of life, and their agreement with reason, experience, and the moral sense of