On the Significance of Science and Art, Leo Tolstoy
Leo Tolstoy

On the Significance of Science and Art



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Jeni Mayorskaya
Jeni Mayorskayaje citiralaпре 5 година
The foundations of every doctrine are always stated in a theory, and the so-called learned men merely invent further deductions from the foundations once stated. Thus contemporary science is selecting its facts on the foundation of a very definite theory, which it sometimes knows, sometimes refuses to know, and sometimes really does not know; but the theory exists.
Queen Willow
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The justification of all persons who have freed themselves from toil is now founded on experimental, positive science.
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Comte,—a systematist, and a religious man to boot,—under the influence of the then novel physiological investigations of Biche, the old idea already set forth by Menenius Agrippa,—the idea that human society, all humanity even, might be regarded as one whole, as an organism

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