Ernst Mach Quotes

Top 19 wise famous quotes and sayings by Ernst Mach

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Ernst Mach quotes: Ordinarily pleasure and pain are regarded as different from sensations. Ordinarily pleasure and pain are regarded as different from sensations.
Ernst Mach quotes: Science is the most complete presentment of facts with the least expenditure of thought Science is the most complete presentment of facts with the least expenditure of thought
Ernst Mach quotes: Strange as it may sound, the power of mathematics rests on its evasion of all unnecessary thought and on its wonderful saving of mental operations. Strange as it may sound, the power of mathematics rests on its evasion of all unnecessary thought and on its wonderful saving of mental operations.
Ernst Mach quotes: The ego is as little absolutely permanent as are bodies. The ego is as little absolutely permanent as are bodies.
Ernst Mach quotes: Bodies do not produce sensations, but complexes of elements (complexes of sensations) make up bodies. Bodies do not produce sensations, but complexes of elements (complexes of sensations) make up bodies.
Ernst Mach quotes: Mathematics may be defined as the economy of counting. There is no problem in the whole of mathematics which cannot be solved by direct counting. Mathematics may be defined as the economy of counting. There is no problem in the whole of mathematics which cannot be solved by direct counting.
Ernst Mach quotes: Scientists must use the simplest means of arriving at their results and exclude everything not perceived by the senses. Scientists must use the simplest means of arriving at their results and exclude everything not perceived by the senses.
Ernst Mach quotes: Personally, people know themselves very poorly. Personally, people know themselves very poorly.
Ernst Mach quotes: The acquisition of the most elementary truth does not devolve upon the individual alone: it is pre-effected in the development of the race. The acquisition of the most elementary truth does not devolve upon the individual alone: it is pre-effected in the development of the race.
Ernst Mach quotes: I can accept the theory of relativity as little as I can accept the existence of atoms and other such dogmas. I can accept the theory of relativity as little as I can accept the existence of atoms and other such dogmas.
Ernst Mach quotes: Archimedes constructing his circle pays with his life for his defective biological adaptation to immediate circumstances. Archimedes constructing his circle pays with his life for his defective biological adaptation to immediate circumstances.