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John Ruskin (1819-1900) is better recognized for his paintings as an artwork critic and social critic, yet is remembered as an writer, poet and artist besides. Ruskin's essays on artwork and structure have been super influential within the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Ruskin's diversity was once large. He wrote over 250 works which begun from artwork historical past, yet accelerated to hide subject matters ranging over technological know-how, geology, ornithology, literary feedback, the environmental results of toxins, and mythology.
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Hence you have the scientific that which I hypothesis; and with which its value will be proportionate to the care and completeness basis has been tested and verified. It is in these matters as in its commonest affairs of practical life: the guess of the fool will be folly, while the guess of the wise man will contain wisdom. In all cases, you see that the value of the result depends on the patience and faithfulness with the which the investigator applies verification. . to his hypothesis every possible kind of .
Must depend if These men by training express themselves in factual, "extensional" terms, which don't make for good adventure stories. " And AND THE SCIENTIST then what they have seen and done lacks validity to them if it cannot be told in relation to the purpose and dominant emotion which sent them there. McGarnigle went among the independent Indians of Icaiche because he had heard of a skull kept in one of their temples which, from a crude description, seemed to have certain important characteristics.
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