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" ... the heavens on all sides. Now I am really at a loss what to say of those who, when they have once gone wrong, steadily persevere in their folly, and defend one absurd opinion by... "
History of the Intellectual Development of Europe - Página 297
por John William Draper - 1900
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History of the Inductive Sciences, from the Earliest to the ..., Volumen1

William Whewell - 1837
...the earth hang downwards, and that men there have their feet higher than their heads ? If you ask of them how they defend these monstrosities ?—how things...the nature of things is such that heavy bodies tend towards the centre, like the spokes of a wheel, while light bodies, as clouds, smoke, fire, tend from...
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History of the Inductive Sciences: From the Earliest to the ..., Volumen1

William Whewell - 1837 - 546 páginas
...the earth hang downwards, and that men there have their feet higher than their heads ? If you ask of them how they defend these monstrosities ? — how...the nature of things is such that heavy bodies tend towards the centre, like the spokes of a wheel, while light bodies, as clouds, smoke, fire, tend from...
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History of the Inductive Sciences: I. The Greek school philosophy, with ...

William Whewell - 1847
...that side? they reply, that the nature of things is such that heavy bodies tend towards the center, like the spokes of a wheel, while light bodies, as clouds, smoke, fire, tend from the center towards the heavens on all sides. Now I am really at a loss what to say of those who, when they...
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History of the Inductive Sciences from the Earliest to the Present Time

William Whewell - 1858
...the earth hang downwards, and that men there have their feet higher than their heads ? If you ask of them how they defend these monstrosities — how things...the nature of things is such that heavy bodies tend towards the centre, like the spokes of a wheel, while light bodies, as clouds, smoke, fire, tend from...
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I. The Greek school philosophy, with reference to physical science. II. The ...

William Whewell - 1858
...the earth hang downwards, and that men there have their feet higher than their heads ' If you ask of them how they defend these monstrosities — how things...away from the earth on that side — they reply, that thu nature of things is such that heavy bodies tend towards the centre, like the spokes of a wheel,...
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The English Novel and the Principle of Its Development

Sidney Lanier - 1883 - 293 páginas
...have their feet higher than their heads ? If you ask of them how they defend these monstrosities—how things do not fall away from the earth on that side...the nature of things is such that heavy bodies tend towards the centre, like the spokes of a wheel, while light bodies, as clouds, smoke, fire, tend from...
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The Discoveries of America to the Year 1525, Volumen1

Arthur James Weise - 1884 - 380 páginas
...the earth hang downward, and that men there have their feet higher than their heads ? If you ak of them how they defend these monstrosities, how things...light bodies, as clouds, smoke, fire, tend from the " They further opposed the arguments of the admiral by quoting those current fables respecting the...
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Evolution and Creation

Herbert Junius Hardwicke - 1887 - 312 páginas
...trees on the other side of the earth hang downwards, and that men have their feet higher than their heads ? If you ask them how they defend these monstrosities,...the nature of things is such that heavy bodies tend towards the centre, like the spokes of a wheel, while light bodies, as clouds, smoke, fire, tend from...
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History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science

John William Draper - 1897 - 373 páginas
...trees on the other side of the earth hang downward, and that men have their feet higher than their heads ? If you ask them how they defend these monstrosities,...do not fall away from the earth on that side, they re ply that the nature of things is such that heavy bodies tend toward the centre, like the spokes...
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The Evolution of Man: His Religious Systems and Social Customs

William Wright Hardwicke - 1899 - 300 páginas
...whom the Church was pronouncing to be heretical, had the true theory, for he says : " If you ask them how things do not fall away from the earth on that side, they [the philosophers] reply that heavy bodies tend towards the centre." Augustine, another Father of the...
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