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" And for things that are mean or even filthy— things which (as Pliny says) must be introduced with an apology— such things, no less than the most splendid and costly, must be admitted into natural history. Nor is natural history polluted thereby, for... "
A House Built on Sand: Exposing Postmodernist Myths About Science - Pagina 213
geredigeerd door - 1998 - 336 pagina’s
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The Works, Volume 4

Francis Bacon - 1858
...splendid and costly, must be admitted into natural history. Nor is natural history polluted thereby ; for the sun enters the sewer no less than the palace, yet takes no pollution. And for myself, I am not raising a capitol or pyramid to the pride of man, but laying a foundation...
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The philosophical works of Francis Bacon, with prefaces and notes ..., Volume 4

Francis Bacon, Robert Leslie Ellis, William Rawley - 1861
...splendid and costly, must be admitted into natural history. Nor is natural history polluted thereby ; for the sun enters the sewer no less than the palace, yet takes • no pollution. And for myself, I am not raising a capitol or pyramid to the pride of man, but laying a foundation...
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Works, Volume 8

James Spedding, Robert Leslie Ellis, Douglas Denon Heath - 1864
...splendid and costly, must be admitted into natural history. Nor is natural history polluted thereby ; for the sun enters the sewer no less than the palace, yet takes no pollution. And for myself, I am not raising a capitol or pyramid to the pride of man, but laying a foundation...
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Thoughts, philosophical and medical, selected from the works of Francis ...

John Dowson (M.D.) - 1870
...splendid and costly, must be admitted into natural history. Nor is natural history polluted thereby ; for the sun enters the sewer no less than the palace, yet takes no pollution. And for myself, I am not raising a capitol or pyramid to the pride of man, but laying a foundation...
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On Phthisis and the Supposed Influence of Climate: Being an Analysis of ...

William Thomson - 1879 - 123 pagina’s
..." costly, must be admitted into natural " history. Nor is natural history polluted " thereby ; for the sun enters the sewer no " less than the palace, yet takes no pollution. " That model, therefore, I follow. For what" ever deserves to exist deserves also to be " known, for...
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Francis Bacon and His Shakespeare

Theron Soliman Eugene Dixon - 1895 - 461 pagina’s
...splendid and costly, must be admitted into natural history. Nor is natural history polluted thereby ; for the sun enters the sewer no less than the palace, yet takes no pollution. And for myself, I am not raising a capital or pyramid to the pride of man, but laying a foundation...
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The Philosophical Works of Francis Bacon

1905
...splendid and costly, must be admitted into natural history. Nor is natural history polluted thereby ; for the sun enters the sewer no less than the palace, yet takes no pollution. And for myself, I am not raising a capital or pyramid to the pride of man, but laying a foundation...
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The Sociology of Science: Theoretical and Empirical Investigations

Robert K. Merton - 1973 - 605 pagina’s
...splendid and costly, must be admitted into natural history. Nor is natural history polluted thereby; for the sun enters the sewer no less than the palace, yet takes no pollution. And for myself, I am not raising a capitol or pyramid to the pride of man, but laying a foundation...
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Priorities in Agricultural Research of the U.S. Department of Agriculture ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure - 1978 - 1427 pagina’s
...corn and compost must be admitted to natural history. "Nor is natural history polluted thereby; for the sun enters the sewer no less than the palace, yet takes no pollution." "For whatever deserves to exist deserves also to be known." The disciplinary trinity is recapitulated...
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Value-free Science?: Purity and Power in Modern Knowledge

Robert N. Proctor, Robert Proctor, Professor of History of Science Robert Proctor - 1991 - 331 pagina’s
...the fruits of science before they are ripe. It is not that the practical arts are ignoble pursuits. The sun "enters the sewer no less than the palace, yet takes no pollution" therefrom. Indeed, "the roads to human power and to human knowledge lie close together, and are very...
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