John Herschel Quotes

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John Herschel Quotes By John Herschel: What God sends is welcome. What God sends is welcome. John Herschel
John Herschel Quotes By John Herschel: There is a pinciple in the heart of There is a pinciple in the heart of music which has yet to be discovered. John Herschel
John Herschel Quotes By John Herschel: Geology, in the magnitude and sublimity of the Geology, in the magnitude and sublimity of the objects of which it treats, undoubtedly ranks, in the scale of the sciences, next to astronomy. — John Herschel
John Herschel Quotes By Richard A. Proctor: As an astronomer in the true sense of As an astronomer in the true sense of the term, Sir John Herschel stood before all his contemporaries. Nay, he stood almost alone. — Richard A. Proctor
John Herschel Quotes By John Herschel: The besetting evil of our age is the The besetting evil of our age is the temptation to squander and dilute thought on a thousand different lines of inquiry. — John Herschel
John Herschel Quotes By John Herschel: The barrier has begun to yield. The barrier has begun to yield. — John Herschel
John Herschel Quotes By John Herschel: Self-respect is the cornerstone of all virtue. Self-respect is the cornerstone of all virtue. — John Herschel
John Herschel Quotes By John Herschel: To the natural philosopher, there is no natural To the natural philosopher, there is no natural object unimportant or trifling. From the least of Nature's works he may learn the greatest lessons. — John Herschel
John Herschel Quotes By John Herschel: Self-respect,the corner-stone of all virtue. Self-respect,
the corner-stone of all virtue. — John Herschel
John Herschel Quotes By John Herschel: The stars are the land-marks of the universe. The stars are the land-marks of the universe. — John Herschel
John Herschel Quotes By John Herschel: Occurrences which according to received theories ought not Occurrences which according to received theories ought not to happen, are the facts which serve as clues to new discoveries — John Herschel
John Herschel Quotes By John Herschel: Speculations apparently the most unprofitable have almost invariably Speculations apparently the most unprofitable have almost invariably been those from which the greatest practical applications have emanated. — John Herschel