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" The field of science is unlimited; its material is endless, every group of natural phenomena, every phase of social life, every stage of past or present development is material of science. The unity of all science consists alone in its method, not in... "
Transactions of the American Society for Steel Treating - Page 387
by American Society for Steel Treating - 1923
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The American Journal of Sociology, Volumes 1-25

Albion W. Small, Ellsworth Faris, Ernest Watson Burgess, Herbert Blumer, Everett Cherrington Hughes - Electronic journals - 1920
...question might better be asked, Why should not sociology also become scientific ? Karl Pearson said, " Every group of natural phenomena, every phase of social...consists alone in its method, not in its material It is not the facts themselves which make science, but the method by which they are dealt with."1 August...
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The Inland Educator: A Journal for the Progressive Teacher, Volumes 1-2

Education - 1895
...Karl Pearson says: "The field of science is unlimited: its solid contents are endless, every groupe of natural phenomena, every phase of social life,...science. The unity of all science consists alone in Us method, not in its material. The man who classifies facts of any kind whatever, who sees their mutual...
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Progressive Revelation; Or, Through Nature to God

Emma Marie Caillard - Religion and science - 1895 - 267 pages
...one of the latest spokesmen on this subject. " The unity of all science" says Professor Karl Pearson, "consists alone in its method, not in its material. The man who classifies any facts whatever, who sees their mutual relation and describes their sequence, is applying the scientific...
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Journal of Psycho-asthenics, Volumes 7-8

Epilepsy - 1902
...that our own particular work comes quite within the range of scientific study? As has been well said, "the field of science is unlimited; its material is...material for science. The unity of all science consists in its method alone — not in its material." It is this method that is universal to science, which,...
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The Grammar of Science

Karl Pearson - Causation - 1900 - 548 pages
...that when once it has become a habit of mind, that mind converts all facts whatsoever into science. The field of science is unlimited ; its material is...past or present development is material for science. 716* unity of all uience consists alone in its method, not in its material. The man who classifies...
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The Inland Educator, Volumes 1-2

Education - 1895
...Karl Pearson says: "The field of science is unlimited; its solid contents are endless, every groupe of natural phenomena, every phase of social life,...of all science consists alone in its method, not in Us material. The man who classifies facts of any kind whatever, who sees their mutual relation and...
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Imitation in Education: Its Nature, Scope and Significance

Jasper Newton Deahl - Education - 1900 - 103 pages
...than upon the subject matter/ Karl Pearson * says, in speaking of the value of science in education, " The unity of all science consists alone in its method, not in its material. The true aim of the teacher must be to impart an appreciation of method and not of knowledge of parts....
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Present Philosophical Tendencies: A Critical Survey of Naturalism ..., Page 464

Ralph Barton Perry - Idéalisme - 1912 - 383 pages
...argued, not on ground of fact, but on ground of method. Thus, for example, Pearson himself asserts that "the unity of all science consists alone in its method, not in its material," and that if any fields lie beyond science, they "must lie outside any intelligible definition which...
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Problems of Religion: An Introductory Survey

Durant Drake - Christianity - 1916 - 425 pages
...Why be content in these most important of all matters with a looser and less trustworthy method? " The field of science is unlimited; its material is...present development is material for science. . . . The field of science is 1 The present writer has dwelt at length upon this matter in the dissertation referred...
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The American Journal of Sociology, Volume 26

Albion W. Small, Ellsworth Faris, Ernest Watson Burgess - Social sciences - 1921
...that when once it has become a habit of mind, that mind converts all facts whatsoever into science. The field of science is unlimited; its material is...every stage of past or present development is material of science. The unity of all science consists alone in its method, not in its material. The man who...
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