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" The classification of facts, the recognition of their sequence and relative significance is the function of science, and the habit of forming a judgment upon these facts unbiassed by personal feeling is characteristic of what may be termed the scientific... "
Transactions of the American Society for Steel Treating - Page 387
by American Society for Steel Treating - 1923
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The Grammar of Science

Karl Pearson - Causation - 1900 - 548 pages
...individual mind — essentially sum up the aim and method of modern science. The scientific man l1as above all things to strive at self-elimination in...and the habit of forming a judgment upon these facts unbiassed by personal feeling is characteristic of what may be termed the scientific frame of mind....
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The Grammar of Science

Karl Pearson - Causation - 1900 - 548 pages
...and method of modern science. The scientific man has above all things to strive at self -elimination in his judgments, to provide an argument which is...recognition of their sequence and relative significance is tlie function of science, and the habit of forming a judgment upon these facts unbiassed by personal...
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Progress of Science in the Century

John Arthur Thomson - Science - 1903 - 536 pages
...preoccupies the energies and attention, scientific enquiry- has hardly begun. As Mr. Pearson says, " The classification of facts, the recognition of their...relative significance is the function of science." To put it more concretely, the student of biology, for instance, has hardly caught on at all unless...
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The Nature-study Review: Devoted to All Phases of Nature-study in ..., Volume 1

Natural history - 1905
...upon the basis of this classification essentially sums up the aim and method of modern science. . . . The classification of facts, the recognition of their...relative significance, is the function of science." Mivart, in his " Groundwork of Science," refers to science as " ordered and systematic knowledge."...
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Introduction to Political Science: A Treatise on the Origin, Nature ...

James Wilford Garner - Political science - 1910 - 616 pages
..."Grammar of Science," p. 6, "essentially sum up the aim and method of modern science." Again, he says, "the classification of facts, the recognition of their...relative significance, is the function of science." POL. SCI. — i or sequence which is the result of fixed laws, though less immutable, to be sure, than...
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Introduction to Science

John Arthur Thomson - Science - 1911 - 256 pages
...mere opinion, depends on the elimination of the subjective element. As Prof. Karl Pearson says : " The scientific man has above all things to strive...the habit of forming a judgment upon these facts, unbiassed by personal feeling, is characteristic of what may be termed the scientific frame of mind...
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Earth-hunger and Other Essays

William Graham Sumner - Social sciences - 1913 - 377 pages
...— judgments independent of the idiosyncrasies of the individual mind — is peculiarly the scope and method of modern science. The scientific man has...science, and the habit of forming a judgment upon those facts unbiased by personal feeling is characteristic of what we shall term the scientific frame...
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Essays, Volume 2

William Graham Sumner - 1913
...— is peculiarly the scope and method of modern science. The scientific man has above all tilings, to strive at self-elimination in his judgments, to...science, and the habit of forming a judgment upon those facts unbiased by personal feeling is characteristic of what we shall term the scientific frame...
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The Mid-west Quarterly

1916
...means of bringing the mind into contact with reality. "The classification of facts," says Karl Pearson, "the recognition of their sequence and relative significance, is the function of science, and the habi ; of forming a judgment upon the facts unbiassed by personal feeling is characteristic of what...
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Journal of the Western Society of Engineers

Western Society of Engineers (Chicago, Ill.) - Engineering - 1921
...to the degree to which there is discrimination between things which seem to be and things which are. "The classification of facts, the recognition of their...relative significance is the function of science." I have a thesis which I have developed in various places in what I have written, viz., "that the real...
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