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Although it be a known thing subscribed by all, that the foetus assumes its origin and birth from the male and female, and consequently that the egge is produced by the cock and henne, and the chicken out of the egge, yet neither the schools of physicians nor Aristotles discerning brain have disclosed the manner how the cock and its seed doth mint and coin the chicken out of the egge.
Blessings on Science! When the earth seemd old, When Faith grew doting, and the Reason cold, Twas she discoverd that the world was young, And taught a language to its lisping tongue: Twas she disclosed a future to its view, And made old knowledge pale before the new.
EDUCATION, n. That which discloses to the wise and disguises from the foolish their lack of understanding.
Only for you, children of doctrine and learning, have we written this work. Examine this book, ponder the meaning we have dispersed in various places and gathered again; what we have concealed in one place we have disclosed in another, that it may be understood by your wisdom.
The object of geometry in all its measuring and computing, is to ascertain with exactness the plan of the great Geometer, to penetrate the veil of material forms, and disclose the thoughts which lie beneath them? When our researches are successful, and when a generous and heaven-eyed inspiration has elevated us above humanity, and raised us triumphantly into the very presence, as it were, of the divine intellect, how instantly and entirely are human pride and vanity repressed, and, by a single glance at the glories of the infinite mind, are we humbled to the dust.