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|Don't waste your time trying to construct what you seek out as strange and |
improbable concept-object slicings of your ... In this vein, the irrepressible E. T.
Bell wrote: In proving that geometry could, conceivably, get along without
analysis, von Staudt ... demonstrated the utter futility of such a parth- nogenetic
mode of propagation, should all geometers ever be singular ... In this same
regard, Hilbert helped to popularize the modern employment of Dedekind's
ideals within algebra, without ...
|However, Mr. Hurlbert will not have written in vain if his book serve as a practical |
demonstration of the emptiness of the complaints frequently ... of fair white paper ;
the wages which they received for their worse than futile labor were not and
could not be drawn from the value of their " Every child In ... This story Is only
another— where " true love does not run smooth," hut this time the heroine Is at ...
M Ba nun writes: □ ' Tne Book* of the Bible Analyzed is Indeed the meat of the
|The basic concepts in art as well as science change from time to time; for |
example, the Greek, Gothic, or Renaissance styles, Cubism, ..... Quite
analogously in mathematics there are those who would like to keep algebra and
geometry apart, ... Kronecker laid down the rule "all results of mathematical
analysis must ultimately be expressible in properties of integers. ..... This is a
futile revolt: science is the only field of human activity in which progress is
incontrovertible and inevitable.
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|In the "Complete School Algebra" of the same authors, the portrait of Napier |
replaces that of Gauss. ... Euler who was "analysis incarnate," who calculated
without any apparent effort, "just as men breathe, as eagles sustain ... Hooke, of "
Hooke's Law" fame, was vain, jealous and irritable. ... He was at one time a
physician. ... of monuments, says: "Some men have been so glorious that to build
up something in stone to perpetuate that glory seems of all futile attempts the
most futile .
|Then too, the bright silent instant is a time for gay attires — and they belong to |
Mulligan and Haines. ... In a vain attempt to make ends meet, he is teaching
history and literature at Mr. Deasy's school in Dalkey. For this ... The depression
which he has brought with him from the tower is increased by the futility he sees
in the life of little Sargent, ... Sitting beside little Sargent, helping him with his
algebra problem, he imperfectly recalls Mulligan's extravagant description of his
|There is, at times, a hint of levity in the author's treatment of his subject, as when |
he refers to Edward the Confessor's strict enactments ... but the path to the
fulfilment of such a vision will not be revealed to any who regard the Galilean
ministry as a futile political venture. Except the Lord build the house they labour
in vain that build it. ... The painless introduction to Boolean algebra (Chapter IV)
is very good.
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