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...side, who have discountenanced all advances in science as dangerous innovations, have...
...right in believing me a sincere friend of science & of it’s propagation and advancement....
...had retired from commerce to devote himself to science, left the United States in late...
...of power & priestcraft. all advances in science were proscribed as innovations. they pretended...
...never be realized in the present state of science. if indeed they could have prevailed on...
...forwarded to the American Philosophical society. Accept assurances of my respect and high...
...gives a high idea of the progress of science there. it seems to keep pace with their...
...the mild and simple principles of the Christian philosophy, would produce too much calm, too...
The American Philosophical Society received Peter Legaux’s meteorological
Statesman of Science
...life than all the residue of that field of that science put together. Dr. ...science...philosophy
...distinguished citizens of the US. in point of science. he is a correspondent of mine in...
...are the only effective physicians, all philosophy on [these] sufferings of nature...
Statesman of Science
...to this that it is in a branch of science with which I have little acquaintance, have no...
...works as “the first germs of so many branches of science” or ..., d’Historie, et de Philosophie
...as a private one to myself, yet considering that science will wish to know that it is to mr...
...to set him a going in some branch of science, within the measure of that period, whether...
...They were both officers of the American Philosophical Society, they conferred about astronomy,...
...of domestic society, of tranquility & of science, & committed ourselves to the ocean of...
...I am. with such a mind, enamoured with science, and at leisure to pursue it, his situation...
...Company with Mr. Grainger solely—Very Philosophic conversation in which I took an active...
...me that the American Philosophical society had again elected me President of the society...
: the American Philosophical Society.
..., still wish Congress had power to favor science, and that an amendment should be...
...rare I can indulge myself in the luxury of philosophy. your letters give me a few of those...
...your favor of the 15th. sincerely a friend to science, and to the promotion of it as the...
Statesman of ScienceInstruments of Science: An Historical Encyclopedia
Le Philosophie d’Epicure par , a French astronomer and philosopher of science, devoted...
...owned a Latin edition of the works of the philosopher Seneca. A French translation by N. de La...
...the Genl. government: to be communicated to the American Philosophl. society.
...confined the catalogue to those branches of science which belong to the deliberations of...
...address against repeal, Bayard defended the philosophy and policies of the Federalists over...
...be exhibiting myself before the public in a science where I might be exposed to just criticism...
...“yet unshaken,” still spurned “the mazy paths of philosophers” (
...to Wm. & Mary college for mathematics, natural philosophy, & Rhetoric. I do not mention...
...to forbid myself to enter into philosophical speculations. should you propose to...
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a man of the first science in the US. without exception, an antient inhabitant there...
.... this lot falls often on my philosophical and literary correspondence. to this...
...subjected to the dominion of the visionary philosophists of bloated and besotted Virginia, and...
...the work; I considered him as a man of science fled from persecution, & assured my friend of...
The inclosed letter of thanks from the Philosophical society has been sent me to forward to you.
...certainly dictate it as a measure of pre[science?] & self preservation. I always...
...of looking into matters of literature & science, altho’ they would be much more...
Philosophie de KantSeneca Philosophers
...in use. Capt Groves is not a man of science, & does not perfectly know how to estimate...
...of Thomas Jefferson and the American Philosophical Society in the Geological Mentoring of...
...pleased to announce to me that the National institute of sciences and arts ...sciences: and...
, and to the diatribes of the Anti-philosophers, which from ...aux philosophes aux franc-maçons...