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  all things William
The history of science is not a mere record of isolated discoveries; it is a narrative of the conflict of two contending powers, the expansive force of the human intellect on one side, and the compression arising from traditionary faith and human interest on the other.
Science must constantly be reminded that her purposes are not the only purposes and that the order of uniform causation which she has use for may be enveloped in a wider order.
Science cannot be ignored or rejected, because it is bound up with modern technique; it is essential alike to prosperity in peace and to victory in war.
allthingswilliam.com /science.html   (4705 words)

  
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Of the achievements of the classical economists, recent and living, the science may justly be proud; but they fall short of the evolutionist's standard of adequacy, not in failing to offer a theory of a process or of a developmental relation, but through conceiving their theory in terms alien to the evolutionist's habits of thought.
In the science of plants, systematic botany has not ceased to be of service; but the stress of investigation and discussion among the botanists today falls on the biological value of any given feature of structure, function, or tissue rather than on its taxonomic bearing.
It is only when the methods of the science and the syntheses resulting from their use come to be out of line with habits of thought that prevail in other matters that the scientist grows restive under the guidance of the received methods and standpoints, and seeks a way out.
socserv2.socsci.mcmaster.ca /~econ/ugcm/3ll3/veblen/econevol.txt   (6077 words)

  
 University Archives: Minnie Howell Exhibit: 1898-1899
While the pure sciences, mathematics and other studies are rigorously taught, there is constantly present a practical atmosphere which incites the student to an application of the principles taught, and thus lends interest and value to the work.
The aim is to teach the students something of the relations of geology to other sciences and of its importance and scope, rather than to enter into its details and technicalities.
The science of citizenship; law and government, municipal, state, and national; their origin and development; what they are now and what they ought to be.
www.lib.ksu.edu /depts/spec/exhibits/howell/1898-1899.html   (1389 words)

  
 Xavier Zubiri: Science, Nature, Reality
That is all science is concerned with: the structure of the phenomenological relations in the broadest sense, including (and especially) their temporal succession.
Science, which to some degree had its origin in a 'desire to know about the world,' is not the logical development of episteme or the 'true' heir to it; rather, science is a different type of knowledge about the world, which does not supplant philosophy or render it useless and outmoded.
The development of experimental science in the late medieval and renaissance periods led to a different view of nature, identified now with phenomena, and understood by most as replacing the Aristotelian view, which was deemed inadequate for supplying knowledge of the world.
www.zubiri.org /works/englishworksabout/frsciencenature.htm   (5794 words)

  
 Agape - Christian Science Bible Lessons
The discovery of the Science of Christ healing came four years later in conjunction with a momentous healing of her own, that of a spinal injury incurred from a fall which had left her struggling for her life.
(Science and Health p.107) The science for dealing with that revelation of divine Principle represents not a finite religious dogma, but is a stepping stone for enabling humanity to uplift its perception of reality and its own nature to a higher level far above the level at which the human problems are defined.
This scientific development structure is extensively explored in the nine volume research series "Discovering Infinity." The formalized Bible lessons presented here are structured fundamentally in accord with her scientific development structure, so that the resulting platform for scientific and spiritual development plays a central role in the unfolding process of exploring the lessons' topics.
biblelessons.rolf-witzsche.com   (2058 words)

  
 January 2, 1998: Annual Bird Count / Science in 1898
On this segment of Science Friday, we'll talk to one of the organizers of this year's count, find out how it works, and find out what you can do to take part.
In 1898, science in America was looked down upon by its European counterparts.
However, science was being carried out by researchers doing development for industrial purposes, by inventors and tinkerers, and in agricultural field stations, by people like George Washington Carver, peanut researcher extraordinaire.
www.sciencefriday.com /pages/1998/Jan/hour2_010298.html   (453 words)

  
 Divine Science of St. Louis, MO - Brochure-98a
Divine Science is based on this one changeless Truth: that God constitutes the nature of All Being and that God and only God fills all realms and dimensions of existence.
Divine Science believes in the unity of all life, the transcendent and immanent nature of God, and the Truth wherever it is found: in art, science or religion.
In 1898 the Divine Science College in Denver was incorporated to educate teachers and practitioners, to organize churches and ordain ministers.
home.earthlink.net /~edmag/dsstlnet/DS-broch.html   (977 words)

  
 SCIENCE BRIEFS
Some astronomers argue it to be the "tenth planet." Because Ceres is located in the "asteroid belt" it was presumed to be homogeneous in structure and therefore not a planet.
The composition of meat and milk from beef and dairy cattle derived from cloning were compared to that of genetic- and breed-matched control animals from conventional reproduction.
The authors suggest that in tropical bees it is more important for large bees to retain heat for they spend more of their time in foraging while smaller bees spend more of their time on the nest where incubation of the brood requires them to lose heat.
www.smm.org /boghopper/sciencebriefs.html   (16657 words)

  
 American Atheists // Christian Science
Although only a few Christian Science children are known to have died in Ohio in recent years, by putting the present unconstitutional religious exemption into Ohio's laws in 1977, the Christian Science Church has made it possible for other cultists legally to kill their children by faith non-healing or prayer over-dose.
In Christian Science, absent treatment involves a "Practitioner" ("quactitioner" would be a more descriptive term) mentally (telepathically?) "taking up the case" of a patient who is not physically present beside the practitioner.
Although the Christian Science Church never reveals statistics of its membership or of its cure rates, it has bamboozled the public so well that "absent treatment" by these quacks is reimbursable by many major insurance companies.
www.atheists.org /church/xtianScience.html   (5103 words)

  
 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Campus Tour
The Halsey Science Center is named after Rufus Henry Halsey, President of the Oshkosh Normal School from 1898 - 1907.
Halsey is also home to the Office of Science Outreach and the UW System's Women in Science Program.
The majority of introductory science classes are held in these rooms.
www.mio.uwosh.edu /tour/academic/halsey.html   (152 words)

  
 The Medieval Miracles of Healing -- Medical Science.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
So it was that, throughout antiquity, during the early history of the Church, throughout the Middle Ages, and indeed down to a comparatively recent period, testimony to miraculous interpositions which would now be laughed at by a schoolboy was accepted by the leaders of thought.
The testimony of the great fathers of the Church to the continuance of miracles is overwhelming; but everything shows that they so fully expected miracles on the slightest occasion as to require nothing which in these days would be regarded as adequate evidence.
Medical science, trying to advance, was like a ship becalmed in the Sargasso Sea: both the atmosphere about it and the medium through which it must move resisted all progress.
www.byu.edu /ipt/projects/middleages/LifeTimes/Health.html   (798 words)

  
 Engineering the Future - The IEE
Science Abstracts: A - Physics Abstracts (1903 - 1968)
Science Abstracts: B - Electrical & Electronics Abstracts (1966 - 1968)
Science Abstracts: C - Control Abstracts (1966 - 1968)
www.iee.org /inspec/archive   (232 words)

  
 Strategian: Computer Science -- Indexes, Abstracts, and Other Databases
Instead, Strategian aims to list the core publications--those indexes and abstracts covering Computer Science that are the best places to start or continue on to in order to identify the articles, books, or other publications that contain the information that you need.
The Science Citation Index can be particularly useful when conventional searching methods in sources like those above fail to identify other publications related to one or two that you are already familiar with.
Covering the sciences broadly and in depth, this database indexes more than 6,000 journals published worldwide.
www.strategian.com /computersciencedatabase.html   (867 words)

  
 Longyear Museum | Exhibits & Programs | Portrait Gallery
Eddy established the Bible and Science and Health as the dual pastor for all Churches of Christ, Scientist, William and Daisette served together as First and Second Readers, respectively, of the church.
Daisette had further Christian Science class instruction in 1892, and a class with Mary Baker Eddy in 1898.
Although she had been authorized to teach Christian Science since 1898, she did not actually start teaching until 1932, when William was made a member of The Christian Science Board of Directors, and the multiple duties of this office led him to retire from teaching.
www.longyear.org /mckenzied.htm   (274 words)

  
 Women and Science at FSU   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
She taught science at Miss Butler’s Schools in Cincinnati, Ohio from 1898 to 1905.
According to the American Men of Science (1933) Dr. Gano was a Professor of Biology and Geography at Mississippi State College for Women from 1929 to 1930.
In 1930 she became Professor and Chair of the Department of Biology at the Junior College of Sarasota.
ocean.fsu.edu /~nancy/lawton/gano.htm   (342 words)

  
 1898 article - 1898 1895 1896 1897 1899 1900 1901 Decades 1860s 1870s 1880s 1890s - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
1898 article - 1898 1895 1896 1897 1899 1900 1901 Decades 1860s 1870s 1880s 1890s - What-Means.com
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1898 article - 1898 definition - what means 1898
www.what-means.com /encyclopedia/1898   (779 words)

  
 An open letter to followers of the Christian Science movement - ChristianAnswers.Net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The incorrect view that Christian Science is pantheistic was argued in Mary Baker Eddy's own day, and she answers it quite fully and clearly in her message to the Mother Church June 1898, "Christian Science versus Pantheism," still published today both in her Prose Works and as a separate pamphlet.
Eddy's well known book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, and her other writings can readily determine for themselves that Christian Science is not only not pantheistic, it refutes pantheism.
Eddy's views are all answered in her own statement in Science and Health, "...I have found nothing in ancient or in modern systems on which to found my own, except the teachings and demonstrations of our great Master and the lives of prophets and apostles.
www.christiananswers.net /q-aiia/letter-christianscience.html   (1674 words)

  
 Animal Science at Iowa State University-Centennial   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The seal adopted in 1898, "Science With Practice," succinctly states that science is first and its application is the logical result of acquiring the basics.
DNA is recognized as the core of all biological sciences.
The department became Animal Science in 1962 and is housed in Kildee Hall, dedicated in 1966 with Dean Kildee, retired, in attendance at the dedication.
www.public.iastate.edu /~ans/centen.html   (1008 words)

  
 Bible Lessons in Divine Science from Fall 1898 Diesel eBooks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The biblical texts are interspersed throughout the lessons with corresponding brief elements from Mary Baker Eddy's book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
While Mary Baker Eddy's book is widely referred to as the textbook on Christian Science, it is also a part of a much larger pedagogical structure that Mary Baker Eddy hinted might be termed, Divine Science.
The purpose of this presentation is to take the historic lessons, which came from a rich period in time, and move them beyond their specific role as a Lesson-Sermon into the wider sphere of scientific exploration in universal Divine Science.
www.diesel-ebooks.com /cgi-bin/item/1897046537   (326 words)

  
 About Divine Science   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Divine Science is a New Thought religious movement.
To learn about the "original" Divine Science, read the 1898 Denver newspaper article by NONA BROOKS.
The official textbook of Divine Science is DIVINE SCIENCE - ITS PRINCIPLE AND PRACTICE.
home.earthlink.net /~nmstashu/id2.html   (117 words)

  
 The UCLA Science & Engineering Library Home Page
Science Abstracts: B - Electrical & Electronics Abstracts (IEE) 1966-1968
Science Abstracts: C - Control Abstracts (IEE) 1966-1968
The Science & Engineering Library, an individual library of the UCLA Library at the University of California, Los Angeles
www.library.ucla.edu /libraries/sel   (257 words)

  
 Important Indexes in Science
Life Sciences: over 1,180 journals; Physical Sciences: over 800 journals; Engineering: over 800 journals; Agriculture and Environment: over 1000 journals; there is overlap among the four editions.
Science Citation Index covers only the "most important" journals in each field of science and technology.
Web of Science can be cross-linked to other ISI products: ISI Chemistry (compounds and reactions), Derwent Innovations Index (patents) and Journal Citation Reports (journal evaluations by citation analysis.), all parts of the ISI Web of Knowledge.
www.library.ucsb.edu /classes/chem184/184index.html   (2488 words)

  
 Science & Technology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Science Citation Index Expanded™, coverage 1988 to present.
Dictionary of Units of Measurement, by Russ Rowlett, the Director of the Center for Mathematics and Science Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Science.Gov, gateway to authoritative selected science information provided by U.S. Government agencies, including research and development results.
library.afit.edu /oldsite/subj/scitech.htm   (210 words)

  
 Inspec Archive - Electronic Access to Science Abstracts Journals 1898 to 1968 - The IEE
To overcome this, Inspec digitised the entire collection of Science Abstracts Journals (back to volume one) dating from 1898 to 1968. The Science Abstracts Journals were the precursor to the Inspec database.   The subject coverage is:
The first issue of Science Abstracts in January 1898 covered 100 scientific and engineering periodicals, contained 110 abstracts divided into 10 sections, and thus provided a comprehensive record of the principle papers published in Europe and America.   For a history of Science Abstracts, published at its centenary in 1998, see the Inspec Centenary Website.
XML files of the digitised Inspec Archive are available for direct customers who load Inspec data with their own software.
www.iee.org /publish/inspec/ProdCat/InspecArchive.cfm   (591 words)

  
 Table of contents for Library of Congress control number 2004059654
Protestants, Education, and Modern Science to 1880 283 Protestant Missionaries in China 283 Protestants and Modern Science in Shanghai 296 Introduction of Modern Mathematics and the Calculus 303 The Shanghai Polytechnic and Reading Room 308 9.
Displacement of Traditional Chinese Science and Medicine in the Twentieth Century 396 Western Learning Mediated through Japan 396 Science and the 1898 Reformers 398 From Traditional to Modern Mathematics 403 Modern Medicine in China 405 Influence of Meiji Japan on Modern Science in China 408 Appendixes 1.
Twenty-three Fields of the Sciences in the 1886 Primersfor Science Studies 429 7.
www.loc.gov /catdir/toc/fy053/2004059654.html   (577 words)

  
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Bauer, APPLIED PHYSICS: Mesmerizing Semiconductors, Science 2004 306: 1898-1899
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www.sciencemag.org /cgi/content/summary/306/5703/1898   (104 words)

  
 Edward E. Barnard Bibliography
Barnard, Edward Emerson, “The Development of Photography in Astronomy,” Popular Astronomy 6, 425-55 (1898).
Also Science 8, 341-53 (1898) and 195, 386-95 (1898).
Dekker, Elly, “The light and the dark: a reassessment of the discovery of the Coalsack Nebula, the Magellanic Clouds and the Southern Cross, Annals of Science, 47, 529-560 (1990).
www.phys-astro.sonoma.edu /BruceMedalists/Barnard/BarnardRefs.html   (498 words)

  
 Prophecy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This section is provided in the interest of familiarizing our audience with the Scriptural basis and prophetic authority of Christian Science and its Discoverer and Founder, Mary Baker Eddy.
An insightful article from the from the July, 1898, Christian Science Journal.
(The Bible, and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by M. Eddy)
www.christianscience.org /Prophecy.htm   (93 words)

  
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