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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 ...
|Chapter – Common Sense Dear Daqri, What happened to all the common sense |
in this world? ... Common sense is the knack of seeing things as they are, and
doing things as they ought to be done. ... vision; it is calculation applied to life.
|You will learn that you can do math with your common sense. If you have |
forgotten the times table up to 9 times 9—perhaps because you have been using
a calculator even for problems like 9 times 4 or 8 times 6—you owe it to yourself
|How a New Understanding of Campus Life Can Change the World James Farrell |
... sadly, a lot of common sense is no longer wise because environmental impacts
have dramatically changed the cost-benefit calculations of our normal behavior.
At college, common sense is written into the cultural scripts of everyday life.
|and could calculate the Duration of Knive- Cloaths and Table-Linen, better than |
Sir Isaac Ne-wton • she was seldom declamatory, except when she scolded the
Servants, or when she gave them Directions ; in doing which, like other
|And this comes as no surprise, since exhibitions also rely on a commonsense |
and focus on selected themes and ... with a commonsense of how to practice
everyday life appears appealing since not crossing the border is not a calculated
|Practice“back-of-the-envelope” estimates based on rough approximations that |
can be derived from common sense or everyday observations. ... These generally
rough calculations often require little more than common sense, everyday
observations, and a scrap ... tion in daily life to determine the reason- ableness of
numerical calculations, of situa- tions or ideas in the workplace, or of a proposed
|This “equation of transformation,” however, must not be conceived of as the so-|
called “scientific method,” e.g., techniques for doing ... Thus, if both the everyday
life-world and the world of scientific theory could be assumed to have been
already established in ... Schutz's discussion of finite provinces of meaning, by
contrast, makes clear that the transformation of common-sense constructs into
|"Concerning the calculations of probabilities, the application of approximation will |
allow us to estimate the capacity or the probable ... "There are, for approbation,
certain known limits which serve as a basis for the construction of reasoning,
inspired by common sense. ... "Everything in life is a question of approximation.
|In relativity theory, and in everyday life, we use space and time together to |
describe an event. ... As an example, calculate the space–time interval between
two events; let the difference in time be 40s and the position difference ... The
minus sign underlines the different nature of space and time; it is because of this
minus sign that the entanglement of space and time appears to go beyond “