Marin Mersenne Famous Quotes & Sayings

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4 Marin Mersenne Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Marin Mersenne Sayings By Marin Mersenne: [Animals] do not so much act as be put into action, and that objects make [Animals] do not so much act as be put into action, and that objects make an impression on their senses such that it is necessary for them to follow it just as it is necessary for the wheels of a clock to follow the weights and the spring that pulls them. — Marin Mersenne
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Marin Mersenne Sayings By Marin Mersenne: The sciences have sworn among themselves an inviolable partnership; it is almost impossible to separate The sciences have sworn among themselves an inviolable partnership; it is almost impossible to separate them, for they would rather suffer than be torn apart; and if anyone persists in doing so, he gets for his trouble only imperfect and confused fragments. Yet they do not arrive all together, but they hold each other by the hand so that they follow one another in a natural order which it is dangerous to change, because they refuse to enter in any other way where they are called ... — Marin Mersenne
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Marin Mersenne Sayings By Marin Mersenne: Philosophy would long ago have reached a high level if our predecessors and fathers had Philosophy would long ago have reached a high level if our predecessors and fathers had put this into practice; and we would not waste time on the primary difficulties, which appear now as severe as in the first centuries which noticed them. We would have the experience of assured phenomena, which would serve as principles for a solid reasoning; truth would not be so deeply sunken; nature would have taken off most of her envelopes; one would see the marvels she contains in all her individuals ... — Marin Mersenne
Marin Mersenne Sayings By Marin Mersenne: Music is made particularly and principally to charm the spirit and the ear, and to Music is made particularly and principally to charm the spirit and the ear, and to enable us to pass our lives with a little sweetness amidst all the bitterness that we encounter here. — Marin Mersenne