| 1886
...questions and the illogical responding to our logic. [AUGUST, contradictory is "unthinkable." I know **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** and I cannot believe that its contradictory is possible anywhere, let me try never so hard. All the... | |
| Mark Hopkins - 1886 - 315 páginas
...he affirms it, it would land us in our not being sure that we know anything at all. Do I then know **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** or that a body must be in space, as something that is relative to my mode of apprehension ? or do I... | |
| 1904
...competition and that "other things are equal" (ie, unvaried) lend themselves to the physical conceptions **that "the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,"** and even in emergency, that a change in one side of an equation must be accompanied by a change in... | |
| Mark Hopkins (D.D.) - 1889 - 315 páginas
...be affirms it, it would land us in our not being cure that we know anything at all. Do I then know **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** or that a body must be in space, as something that is relative to my mode of apprehension ? or do I... | |
| 1889
...subject? MR. HODGMAN: The view the committee takes is this: That while it is true, as Mr. Todd says, **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** still in make it true the several parts must be all expressed in terms of the same kind of measure,... | |
| 1892
...in the modern doctrine of the "conservation of matter and energy," and this rests primarily on the **axiom that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** Since both matter and energy are quantities capable of being measured in definite units, the doctrine... | |
| 1891
...different generically from the ideas of gravity, affinity, centripetence, order, and the like. The truth **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts** is absolute, and must remain true whether the intelligence to know it exists or not. But the law that... | |
| United States. Supreme Court - 1894
...continuous and connected operation of the whole. This is no denial of the mathematical proposition **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** because there is a value created by and resulting from the combined operation of all its parts as one... | |
| United States. Supreme Court - 1894
...continuous and connected operation of the whole. This is no denial of the mathematical proposition **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** because there is a value created by and resulting from the combined operation of all its parts as one... | |
| Gottfried Wilhelm Freiherr von Leibniz - 1896 - 861 páginas
...that to say that one and two is equal to three, is to say that a thing is equal to itself. As for this **axiom, that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** Euclid makes no express use of it. This axiom also needs limitation, for it must be added that these... | |
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