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" The Science of Statistics differs from Political Economy, because, although it has the same end in view, it does not discuss causes, nor reason upon probable effects; it seeks only to collect, arrange, and compare, that class of facts which alone can... "
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art - Página 254
por Joseph Dyer - 1858
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Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Volumen1

1839
...to consider the results which they produce, with the view to determine those principles upon whicli the well-being of society depends. The Science of...conclusions with respect to social and political government. These are the objects to which, in prosecution of the ends of this Society, the Journal will be devoted;...
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The American Quarterly Register, Volumen12

1840
...principles on which the well being of society depends. It differs from political economy, because, though it has the same end in view, it does not discuss causes,...conclusions with respect to social and political government. CANALS IN ENGLAND. The navigable canals for the transport of goods and produce in England are estimated...
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Hazard's United States Commercial and Statistical Register, Volumen2

Samuel Hazard - 1840
...parliculnrs. Statistics group these particulars together, in accordance with some leading idca.f Again, the science of Statistics differs from political economy,...discuss causes, nor reason upon probable effects. Its object is the collection and comparison of facts which illustrate the condition of mankind, and...
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Collections of the American Statistical Association, Volumen1

American Statistical Association - 1847
...particulars together, in accordance with some leading idea.f Again, the science of Statistics difiere from Political Economy, because, although it has the...discuss causes, nor reason upon probable effects. Its object is the collection and comparison of facts which illustrate the condition of mankind, and...
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Collections of the American Statistical Association, Volumen1

American Statistical Association - 1847 - 596 páginas
...particulars. Statistics group these particulars together, in accordance with some leading idea.f Again, the science of Statistics differs from Political Economy, because, although it has the same end in view, * See the first number of the Journal of the Statistical Society of London, t German Conversations...
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London Exhibited in 1852, ...

John Weale - 1852 - 910 páginas
...produce, with the view to determine those principles upon which the well-being of society depends. Statistics differs from political economy, because,...probable effects; it seeks only to collect, arrange, anil compare that class of facts which alone can form the basis of correct conclusions with respect...
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A Treatise on the Methods of Observation and Reasoning in Politics, Volumen1

Sir George Cornewall Lewis - 1852
...of the London Statistical Society, vol. i. 1839. The science of statistics (it is there remarked) ' does not discuss causes, nor reason upon probable...arrange, and compare, that class of facts which alone [P] can form the basis of correct conclusions withrespect to social and political government. . . ....
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The Pictorial Handbook of London Comprising Its Antiquities, Architecture ...

John Weale - 1854 - 910 páginas
...produce, with the view to determine those principles upon which the well-being of society depends. Statistics differs from political economy, because,...with respect to social and political government." In 1832, Lord Auckland and Mr. Poulett Thomson, who then presided over the Board of Trade, established...
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The Vocabulary of Philosophy, Mental, Moral and Metaphysical: With ...

1860 - 662 páginas
...treatment of the subject -were due to Achenwall,1 who died in 1772.1 This science, it is there remarked, does not discuss causes, nor reason upon probable...conclusions with respect to social and political government. ... Its peculiarity is, that it proceeds wholly by the accumulation and comparison of facts, and does...
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Annual Report

Ohio. Secretary of State - 1873
...comprehensive system. "The science of statistics does not discuss causes, nor reason npoi probable cll'ects; it seeks only to collect, arrange, and compare that...which alone can form the basis of correct conclusions wilh respect to social and political government. Its peculiarity is, that it proceeds wholly by the...
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