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" Universe, and gauged everything there? Did the Maker take them into His counsel; that they read His groundplan of the incomprehensible All; and can say, This stands marked therein, and no more than this? Alas, not in anywise ! These scientific individuals... "
Sartor Resartus: The Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdröckh. In Three Books ... - Page 261
by Thomas Carlyle - 1840 - 305 pages
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Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, Volume 10

1834
...stands marked therein, and no more than this ? Alas, not in anywise ! These scientific individuals have been nowhere but where we also are ; have seen...without shore. " Laplace's Book on the Stars, wherein he exhihits that certain Planets, with their Satellites, gyrate round our worthy Sun, at a rate and in...
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Western Messenger, Volume 1

1836
...This stands marked therein, and no more than this. Alas, not in any wise! These scientific individuals have been nowhere but where we also are; have seen..."Laplace's book on the stars, wherein he exhibits that ccrplanets, with their satellites, gyrate round our worthy sun, at a rate and in a course, which, by...
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The Western Messenger, Volume 1

James Freeman Clarke, William Henry Channing, James Handasyd Perkins - Unitarianism - 1836
...This stands marked therein, and no more than this? Alas, not in any wise! These scientific individuals have been nowhere but where we also are; have seen...without bottom as without shore. "Laplace's book on the sta^s, wherein he exhibits that certain planets, with their satellites, gyrate round our worthy sun,...
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Sartor Resartus: In Three Books

Thomas Carlyle - 1837 - 300 pages
...stands marked therein, and no more than this ? Alas, not in any wise ! These scientific individuals have been nowhere but where we also are ; have seen...greatest good fortune, he and the like of him have succeeded in detecting, — is to me as precious as to another. But is this what thou namest ' Mechanism...
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Sartor Resartus: the Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdröckh: In Three Books

Thomas Carlyle - 1838 - 228 pages
...constant?" cries an illuminated class : " Is not the ' Machine of the Universe fixed to move by unalter' able rules ?" Probable enough, good friends : nay,...greatest good fortune, he and the like of him have sue' ceeded in detecting, — is to me as precious as to ' another. But is this what them namest "...
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On Heroes, Hero-worship, & the Heroic in History: Six Lectures ; Reported ...

Thomas Carlyle - English essays - 1846 - 218 pages
...stands marked therein, and no more than this ? Alas ! not in ' anywise ! These scientific individuals have been nowhere but ' where we also are ; have seen...greatest good fortune, he and ' the like of him have succeeded in detecting,^ — is to me as pre' cious as to another. But is this what thou namest " Mechanism...
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Past and Present: Chartism, and Sartor Resartus

Thomas Carlyle - Chartism - 1848 - 386 pages
...marked therein, and no more than this ? Alas ! not in ' anywise ! These scientific individuals-have been nowhere but ' where we also are ; have seen some...greatest good fortune, he and ' the like of him have succeeded in detecting,—is to me as pre' cious as to another. But is this what thou namest" Mechanism...
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Mesmerism and Its Opponents, Part 2

George Sandby - Mesmerism - 1848 - 370 pages
...every thing there ? These scientific individuals have been nowhere but where we also are; have only seen some hand-breadths deeper than we see into the...that is infinite, without bottom, as without shore. " System of nature! To the wisest man, all experience thereof limits itself to some few computed centuries,...
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Mesmerism and Its Opponents, Part 2

George Sandby - Mesmerism - 1848 - 370 pages
...scientific individuals have been nowhere but where we also are; have only seen some hand -breadths deeper than we see into the deep that is infinite, without bottom, as without shore. " System of nature ! To the wisest man, all experience thereof limits itself to some few computed centuries,...
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Past and Present: Chartism and Sartor Resartus

Thomas Carlyle - Great Britain - 1850 - 619 pages
...scientific individuals have been nowhere hot ' where we also are ; have seen some handbreadths deeper tban ' we see into the Deep that is infinite, without bottom...their Satellites, gyrate round our worthy Sun, at & ' rate and in a course, which, by greatest good fortune, he and ' the like of him have succeeded...
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