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" The most gifted man can observe, still more can record, only the series of his own impressions : his observation, therefore, to say nothing of its other imperfections, must be successive, while the things done were often simultaneous ; the things done... "
Computers, Visualization, and History: How New Techonology Will Transform ... - Seite 13
von David J. Staley - 2002 - 174 Seiten
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Band 2

Thomas Carlyle - 1838 - 1275 Seiten
...is still a fatal discrepancy between our manner of observing these, and their manner of occurring. The most gifted man can observe, still more can record,...his own impressions : his observation, therefore, to say nothing of its other imperfections, must be successive, while the things done were often simultaneous...
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Critical and miscellaneous essays, collected and republ

Thomas Carlyle - 1840
...is still a fatal discrepancy between our manner of observing these, and their manner of occurring. The most gifted man can observe, still more can record,...his own impressions : his observation, therefore, to say nothing of its other imperfections, must he successive, while the things done were often simultaneous;...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays

Thomas Carlyle - 1845 - 568 Seiten
...is still a fatal discrepancy between our manner of observing these, and their manner of occurring. The most gifted man can observe, still more can record, only the «rt'ef of his own impressions : his observation, therefore, to say nothing of its other imperfections,...
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The Modern British Essayists: Carlyle, Thomas. Critical and miscellaneous essays

1852
...is still a fatal discrepancy between our manner of observing these, and their manner of occurring. The most gifted man can observe, still more can record, only the strict of his own impressions : his observation, therefore, to say nothing of its other imperfections,...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays: Complete in One Volume

Thomas Carlyle - 1857 - 568 Seiten
...is still a fatal discrepancy between our manner of observing these, and their manner of occurring. of to say nothing of its other imperfections, must be successive, while the things done were often siimtltancout...
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CRITICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS

THOMAS CARLYLE - 1858
...a fatal discrepancy between our manner of observing hese, and their manner of occurring. The roost gifted man. can observe, still more can record, only the series of his own impressions : lis observation, therefore, to say nothing of ts other imperfections, must be successive, while the...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Band 4

1859 - 568 Seiten
...rerics of his own impressions: his observation, therefore, to say nothing of its other imperfections, must be successive, while the things done were often simultaneous ; the things done were not a series, but a group. It is not in acted, as it is in written History : actual events are nowise so...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

1865
...there is still a fatal discrepancy between our manner of observing these and their manner of occurring. The most gifted man can observe, still more can record,...his own impressions ; his observation, therefore, to say nothing of its other imperfections, must be successive, while the things done were often simultancout,...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine, Band 2

1865
...there is still a fatal discrepancy between our manner of observing these and their manner of occurring. The most gifted man can observe, still more can record, only the series of his own impressions ; Ms observation, therefore, to say nothing of its other imperfections, must be successive, while the...
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Collected Works, Band 7

1869
...is still a fatal discrepancy between our manner of observing these, and their manner of occurring. The most gifted man can observe, still more can record,...his own impressions : his observation, therefore, to say nothing of its other imperfections, must be successive, while the things done were often simultaneous...
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