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" The classification of facts and the formation of absolute judgments upon the basis of this classification — judgments independent of the idiosyncrasies of the individual mind — essentially sum up the aim and method of modern science. "
Transactions of the American Society for Steel Treating - Page 386
by American Society for Steel Treating - 1923
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 41

Science - 1892
...difference between scientific and unscientific opinion. " The classification of facts," says Prof. Pearson, "and the formation of absolute judgments upon the...independent of the idiosyncrasies of the individual mind — is peculiarly the scope and method of modern science. The scientific man has above all things to...
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Gaillard's Medical Journal, Volume 56

Medicine - 1893
...Science, and quoted and commented upon in an editorial note in the October Popular Science Monthly : " ' The classification of facts and the formation of absolute...of this classification — judgments independent of idiosyncrasies of the individual mind — is peculiarly the scope and method of modern science. The...
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Documents of the Senate of the State of New York, Volume 10

New York (State). Legislature. Senate - Government publications - 1897
...methods of eliminating individual bias; it ought to be one ot the best training grounds for citizenship. The classification of facts and the formation of absolute...independent of the idiosyncrasies of the individual mind — is peculiarly the scope and Method of modern science. The scientific man has above all things to...
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The Grammar of Science

Karl Pearson - Causation - 1900 - 548 pages
...methods of eliminating individual bias ; it ought to be one of the best training grounds for citizenship. The classification of facts and the formation of absolute...The scientific man has above all things to strive at self -elimination in his judgments, to provide an argument which is as true for each individual mind...
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The Grammar of Science

Karl Pearson - Causation - 1900 - 548 pages
...methods of eliminating individual bias ; it ought to be one of the best training grounds for citizenship. The classification of facts and the formation of absolute...aim and method of modern science. The scientific man l1as above all things to strive at self-elimination in his judgments, to provide an argument which...
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The Nature-study Review: Devoted to All Phases of Nature-study in ..., Volume 1

Natural history - 1905
...science in the strict use of the word science. According to Karl Pearson, in his " Grammar of Science," " the classification of facts and the formation of absolute judgments upon the basis of this classification essentially sums up the aim and method of modern science. . . . The classification of facts, the recognition...
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Introduction to Political Science: A Treatise on the Origin, Nature ...

James Wilford Garner - Political science - 1910 - 616 pages
...de6nition of "Science " in the Century Dictionary ; see also Lieber, "Political Ethics," vol. I, p. 17. "The classification of facts and the formation of...judgments upon the basis of this classification," says Pearson, in his "Grammar of Science," p. 6, "essentially sum up the aim and method of modern science."...
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Science Series, Volume 1

University of Missouri - Science - 1912
...about plants and the formation of absolute judgments upon the basis of this classification—judgment independent of the idiosyncrasies of the individual...— essentially sum up the aim and method of modern botany. t In metaphysics and philosophy we have numerous systems, each frequently referred to by the...
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The Kindergarten: Reports of the Committee of Nineteen on the ..., Volume 1

International Kindergarten Union. Committee of Nineteen - Education, Preschool - 1913 - 301 pages
...SIXTH GEEAT EDUCATIONAL VALUE: SCIENCE In his Grammar of Science, Professor Karl Pearson asserts that "the classification of facts and the formation of...— essentially sum up the aim and method of modern science."2 On a later page this statement is amplified and illustrated as follows : "The unity of all...
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Earth-hunger and Other Essays

William Graham Sumner - Social sciences - 1913 - 377 pages
...Science,2 does not offer any definition of science, but he tells the aim of science and its function. "The classification of facts and the formation of...independent of the idiosyncrasies of the individual mind — is peculiarly the scope and method of modern science. The scientific man has above all things,...
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