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|Eliot, George Doubt is the father of invention. - Galilei, Galileo Doubt is a pain too |
lonely to know that faith is his twin brother. - Gibran, Kahlil Doubt can only be
removed by action. - Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von I will listen to anyone's ...
2012 - 260 pages
|Negative affect, then, is a feature of doubt that turns up relatively early in Indo-|
European languages, and it is related to an experience ofinternal rupture even
when ... Let us return to Galileo's remark that doubt is the father of invention.
1917 - 2000 pages
|Who knows most, doubts most ; entertaining hope means recognizing fear. — |
Browning. Doubt springs from the mind ; faith is the daughter of the soul. — J.
Petit- Senn. Galileo called doubt the father of invention; it is certainly the pioneer.
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|When Alexander was 23, his father, no doubt hoping for a favorable reception of |
his phonetic symbols, interrupted his career to take his surviving son to Canada
in the spring so that the son might regain his strength and health, which happily ...
|much, if any, evidence of invention ; but the origin of the thing goes back to the |
invention of making malleable iron : and sixty years ago ... For every industry
where a patent has been instrumental in building it up, I have no doubt but there
have been a hundred patents ... so they (from the inspiration of the Father of
Invention ) concluded to make castings without the moulders, and found that by
shaking the ...
Kwame Anthony Appiah - 1993 - 225 pages
|Invention. of. Africa. "Africa for the Africans!" I cried, ... "A free and independent |
state in Africa. We want to be able to govern ... 2 Crummell, who is widely
regarded as one of the fathers of African nationalism, had not the slightest doubt
Linda Clifton - 2012 - 280 pages
|We demonstrated in Vol d'idées? that Fliess, in his theoretical texts, does without |
the father in the very place where his system ... and doubt; Thus, at the beginning,
there stands, hale and hearty, equal to the exigency of error, the father In his ...
|But when a smaller, capital restricted company like A&P Coop Company here |
tangles with the design and construction of unique equipment, it's more like "self-
preservation” is no doubt "the father of invention”. Indeed it was, and what Frank ...
|Her gaze reaches beyond its object towards death, thus undermining her father's |
authority, which she will no doubt outlive. Her childhood speculations, "like a
work of art," point to the death inherent in objectification, ironically exaggerating