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" Is it annihilated? etc., etc. I have made the case even stronger than did the critic, to give the Substantial Philosophy a rare opportunity to show its powers of solution and explanation. And here its founder comes to the task, by the remark: ' How easy... "
A Text-book on Sound: The Substantial Theory of Acoustics Adapted to the Use ... - Página 164
por John I. Swander - 1887 - 236 páginas
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Wilford's Microcosm, Volumen3

1883
...when attempting to criticise something they do not understand or have not thoroughly investigated 1" a very sensible remark, by the way. He then proceeds...sound-producing instruments, exists in all matter and spave, not as audible sound, of course, but as its elemental basis, and which only requires the vibratory...
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The Microcosm: The Organ of Substantial Philosophy, Volumen5

1885
...of nothing, by scraping its legs across the nervurea of its wings! This is plain, he thinks, oecause no sound was there till the scraping began. Or, if...elemental basis, and which only requires the vibratory process ordained in the economy of nature for transforming the force-element and thus calling it forth...
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The Substantial Philosophy: Eight Hundred Answers to as Many Questions ...

John I. Swander - 1886 - 352 páginas
...comes to the task, by the remark: " How easy it is for even great men to be mistaken, especially whf n attempting to criticise something they do not understand...requires the vibratory and atomic process ordained in the ecouomy of Nature for transforming this force element and thus calling it forth in that definite form...
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