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" ... unknowable. He learns at once the greatness and the littleness of human intellect — its power in dealing with all that comes within the range of experience ; its impotence in dealing with all that transcends experience. "
Psychology Applied to Medicine: Introductory Studies - Page 42
by David Washburn Wells - 1907 - 141 pages
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 41

1857
...more clearly perceives it to be the unknowable. He learns at once the greatness and the littleness of human intellect — its power in dealing with all that comes within the range of experience ; its importance in dealing with all that transcends experience. He feels, with a vividness which no others...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 41

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1857
...more clearly perceives it to be the unknowable. He learns at once the greatness and the littleness of human intellect — its power in dealing with all that comes within the range of experience ; its importance in dealing with all that transcends experience. He feels, with a vividness which no others...
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Essays--scientific, Political and Speculative

Herbert Spencer - 1858 - 435 pages
...more clearly perceives it to be the unknowable. He learns at once the greatness and the littleness of human intellect — its power in dealing with all...its impotence in dealing with all that transcends expedience. He feels, with a vividness which no others can, the utter incomprehensibleness of the simplest...
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Essays--scientific, Political and Speculative

Herbert Spencer - 1858 - 435 pages
...it to be the unknowable. He learns at once the greatness and the littleness of human intellect—its power in dealing with all that comes within the range...impotence in dealing with all that transcends experience. He feels, with a vividness which no others can, the utter incomprehensiblencss of the simplest fact,...
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First Principles

Herbert Spencer - 1862 - 503 pages
...insoluble enigma ; and he ever more clearly perceives it to be an insoluble enigma. He learns at once the greatness and the littleness of the human intellect...impotence in dealing with all that transcends experience. He realizes with a special vividness the utter incomprehensibleness of the simplest fact, considered...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 22

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1863
...insoluble enigma, and ho ever more clearly perceives it to be an insoluble enigma. lie learns at once the greatness and the littleness of the human intellect ; its power in dealing with all that comeg within the range of experience, its impotence in dealing with all that transcends experience....
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First Principles of a New System of Philosophy

Herbert Spencer - 1864 - 508 pages
...insoluble enigma ; and he ever more clearly perceives it to be an insoluble enigma. He learns at once the greatness and the littleness of the human intellect...impotence in dealing with all that transcends experience. He realizes with a special vividness the utter incomprehensibleness of the simplest fact, considered...
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Illustrations of Universal Progress: A Series of Discussions

Herbert Spencer - 1864 - 446 pages
...more clearly perceives it to be the unknowable. He learns at once the greatness and the littleness of human intellect — its power in dealing with all...the range of experience ; its impotence in dealing \v:th all that transcends experience. He feels, with a vrv iness which no others can, the utter incomprehensiblenetis...
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First Principles

Herbert Spencer - 1864 - 612 pages
...insoluble enigma ; and he ever more clearly perceives it to be an insoluble enigma. He learns at once the greatness and the littleness of the human intellect — its power in dealing with all that conies within the range of experience ; its impotence in dealing with all that transcends experience....
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First Principles of a New System of Philosophy

Herbert Spencer - 1865 - 508 pages
...insoluble enigma ; and he ever more cleaHy perceives it to be an insoluble enigma. He learns at once the greatness and the littleness of the human intellect — its power in dealing with all that coines irithin the range of experience ; its impotence in dealing with all that transcends experience....
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