And further, I continued to exercise myself in the method I had prescribed; for, besides taking care in general to conduct all my thoughts according to
its rules, I reserved some hours from time to time which I expressly devoted to the employment of the method in the solution of mathematical difficulties, or even in the solution likewise of some questions belonging to other sciences, but which, by my having detached them from such principles of these sciences as were of inadequate certainty, were rendered almost mathematical: the truth of this will be manifest from the numerous examples contained in this volume.
It is eternally developed upon the soil according to
the same law.
This Copernicus forms the most important of the radiating system, situated in the southern hemisphere, according to
Not only according to
their size," I answered, "but also according to
their shape, their water (that is, their colour), and their lustre: that is, that bright and diapered sparkle which makes them so charming to the eye.
Everywhere preparations were made not for ceremonious welcomes (which he knew Pierre would not like), but for just such gratefully religious ones, with offerings of icons and the bread and salt of hospitality, as, according to
his understanding of his master, would touch and delude him.
Crisparkle,' quoth the Dean, 'human justice may err, but it must act according to
He is arguing 'ad hominem' according to
the notions of mythology current in his age.
MENO: Because, according to
you, figure is that which always follows colour.
The red earth, like that of the Pampas, in which these remains were embedded, contains, according to
Professor Ehrenberg, eight fresh-water and one salt-water infusorial animalcule; therefore, probably, it was an estuary deposit.
In learning to draw, it is necessary to acquire the art of representing things according to
the sensation, not according to
I am about to leave you forever; give me, therefore, one last proof of your affection and fidelity, for, according to
our holy religion, a married man seeking admittance at the gate of Heaven is required to swear that he has never defiled himself with an unworthy woman.
Well, then, according to
the proverb, `Let brother help brother'-- if he fails in any part do you assist him; although I must confess that Glaucon has already said quite enough to lay me in the dust, and take from me the power of helping justice.