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" You have all heard of the process of tunnelling, of tunnelling through a sand-bank. In this operation it is impossible to succeed unless every foot, nay, almost every inch, in our progress be secured by an arch of masonry, before we attempt the excavation... "
Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic - Página 139
por Sir William Hamilton - 1860
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Outlines of Psychology: With Special Reference to the Theory of Education

James Sully - 1892 - 524 páginas
...difficult, more comprehensive, and more abstract idea, 'animal.' In this way we may say, with Hamilton : " Language is to the mind precisely what the arch is...power of thinking and the power of excavation are not «Vpr««friit on die void in the one case, on the •ason-vork in the other; bat without these subsidiaries...
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The Human Mind: A Text-book of Psychology, Volumen1

James Sully - 1892 - 416 páginas
...difficult, more comprehensive, and more abstract idea, ' animal '. In this way we may say, with Hamilton : " Language is to the mind precisely what the arch is...to the tunnel. The power of thinking and the power 1 According to logicians a general name denotes certain things (members of a class) and connotes certain...
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Paragraph-writing

Fred Newton Scott - 1909
...illustration : You have all heard of the process of tunnelling, of tunnelling through a sand-bank. In this operation it is impossible to succeed, unless...power of excavation are not dependent on the word in one case, on the mason-work in the other : but without these subsidiaries, neither process could be...
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Principles and Practices of Teaching

James Johonnot - 1896 - 334 páginas
...sand-bank. In this operation it is impossible to succeed unless every foot—nay, almost every inch—in our progress be secured by an arch of masonry, before...excavation are not dependent on the word in the one case or the mason-work in the other; but without these subsidiaries, neither process could be carried on...
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Principles and Practices of Teaching

James Johonnot - 1898 - 348 páginas
...beyond. Or another illustration : You have all heard of the process of tunneling through a sand-bank. In this operation it is impossible to succeed unless...excavation are not dependent on the word in the one case or the mason-work in the other ; but without these subsidiaries, neither process could bo carried on...
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Educational News, Volumen7

Albert Newton Raub - 1891
...tunnelling through a sandbank. In this operation it is impossible to succeed imkss every foot — nay every inch — in our progress be secured by an arch...Now language is to the mind precisely what the arch it to the tunnel. The power of thinking and the power of excavation are not dependent on the word in...
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The Study of Mental Science: Popular Lectures on the Uses and ...

Jos Brough - 1903 - 129 páginas
...intellectual conquest the basis of operations for others still beyond. ... In tunnelling through a sandbank it is impossible to succeed unless every foot, nay...the mind precisely what the arch is to the tunnel." If any critic of our assertions is so stubborn as to demand proof, not only that there is a Sense of...
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A Primer of Psychology

Laura Brackenbury - 1907 - 120 páginas
...enable us to reinstate past experiences, they conserve for us the results of our analytic activity. " Language is to the mind precisely what the arch is...power of excavation are not dependent on the word in one case, or the mason-work in the other ; but without these subsidiaries neither process could be...
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A Primer of Psychology

Laura Brackenbury - 1907 - 120 páginas
...enable us to reinstate 68 past experiences, they conserve for us the results of our analytic activity. " Language is to the mind precisely what the arch is...power of excavation are not dependent on the word in one case, or the mason-work in the other ; but without these subsidiaries neither process could be...
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The Origin of the Sense of Beauty: Some Suggestions Upon the Source and ...

Felix Clay - 1908 - 302 páginas
...sey. possible by means of the verbally embodied results of the lower — " Language is to the mind what the arch is to the tunnel. The power of thinking...excavation are not dependent on the word in the one case, or the mason's work in the other ; but without these subsidiaries neither process could be carried...
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