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" ... fancy, which I must confess is too hard a knot for me to untie. To place this effect in a constant motion is hard, because the sun ought then to appear perpetually It seems rather to consist in a disposition of the sensorium to move the imagination... "
MEMOIRES OF THE LIFE,WRITINGS, AND DISCOVERIES - Pagina 238
door SIR ISAAC NEWTON - 1855
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The Life of John Locke: With Extracts from His Correspondence, Journals, and ...

Lord Peter King King - 1829 - 407 pagina’s
...with my curtains drawn ; but now I have been very well for many years, though I am apt to think, that if I durst venture my eyes, I could still make the...light, as often as bright objects are looked upon. " If the papers you mention come not out, I will tell you at our next meeting what shall be done with...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 4

1831
...other things, I began in three or four days to have some use of my eyes again ; and, by forebearing to look upon bright objects, recovered them pretty...light, as often as bright objects are looked upon. ART. VIII. — On the Mean Temperature of different places in the State of Neiv York for 1829. IN No....
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The Life of Sir Isaac Newton

David Brewster - 1831 - 323 pagina’s
...which I must confess is too hard a knot for me to untie. To place this effect in a constant motion it hard, because the sun ought then to appear perpetually....from the retina of the one eye to that of the other is particularly important ; and it deserves to be remarked, as a singular coincidence, that I had occasion...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 45

1831
...another about the power of fancy, which, I must confess, is too hard a knot for me to untie. To place the effect in a constant motion is hard, because the sun...as often as bright objects are looked upon.' These statements are so important, and, at the same time, so strange, that they would doubtless have been...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1831
...another about the power of fancy, which, I must confess, is too hard a knot for me to untie. To place the effect in a constant motion is hard, because the sun...as often as bright objects are looked upon.' These statements are so important, and, at the same time, so strange, that they would doubtless have been...
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The Life of Sir Isaac Newton

Sir David Brewster - 1832 - 323 pagina’s
...that phantasm of the sun which he constantly saw in bright objects. And so your question about-the cause of this phantasm involves another about the...from the retina of the one eye to that of the other is particularly important ; and it deserves to be remarked, as a singular coincidence, that I had occasion...
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The Life of Sir Isaac Newton

David Brewster - 1833 - 323 pagina’s
...involves another about the power of fancy, which I must confess is too hard a knot for me to nntie. To place this effect in a constant motion is hard,...from the retina of the one eye to that of the other is particularly important; and it deserves to be remarked, as a singular coincidence, that I had occasion...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 45

1831
...eun ought then to appear perpetually. It seems rather to consist in a disposition of the eensorium to move the imagination strongly, and to be easily...as often as bright objects are looked upon.' These statements are so important, and, at the same time, so strange, that they would doubtless have been...
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Life of Sir Isaac Newton

David Brewster - 1838 - 323 pagina’s
...sun ought then to appear perpetually. It seems rather to consist in a disposition of the sensorinm to move the imagination strongly, and to be easily moved, both by the imagination and by the light,"as often as bright objects are looked upon." These observations possess in many respects a high...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 26

1845
...that phantasm of the sun which he constantly saw in bright objects. And so your question about'the cause of this phantasm involves another about the...from the retina of the one eye to that of the other is particularly important ; and it deserves to be remarked, as a singular coincidence, that I had occasion...
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