• 111Wanderings Among South Sea Savages And In Borneo And The Philippines , H. Wilfrid Walker (1910)
    The ""Buli""was greeted with cries of""m-m-ka-a""in shrill voices by the women, for all the world like the caw of an old crow. I learned that the""Buli""had not been here for some time, but I seemed… 1315 руб

  • 112On the Study and Difficulties of Mathematics , Augustus De Morgan (1910)
    1910. Augustus De Morgan was an important innovator in the field of logic. In addition, he made many contributions to the field of mathematics and the chronicling of the history of mathematics. He… 1311 руб

  • 113Darwiniana , Thomas Henry Huxley (1894)
    But the impulse thus given to scientific thought rapidly spread beyond the ordinarily recognised limits of biology. Psychology, Ethics, Cosmology were stirred to their foundations, and the ""Origin… 1829 руб

  • 114Science And Education , Thomas Henry Huxley (1893)
    To this, his highest ideal of duty, Joseph Priestley sacrificed the vulgar prizes of life, which, assuredly, were within easy reach of a man of hissingular energy and varied abilities. For this… 1786 руб

  • 115The Prime Minister , Anthony Trollope (1895)
    For myself,'said Lopez,'I can conceive no vainer object of ambition than a seat in the British Parliament. What does any man gain by it? The few are successful work very hard for little pay and no… 1484 руб

  • 116The Philosophy of Eating , Albert J. Bellows (1868)
    1868. We have excellent practical treatises on agriculture and horticulture, and every intelligent farmer or gardener may learn what element is deficient, in order to successfully cultivate his… 1317 руб

  • 117The Senses and the Intellect , Alexander Bain (1868)
    1868. Alexander Bain, Scottish philosopher and educationalist, was an early proponent of scientific psychology. Along with his friend, John Stuart Mill, Bain was a major proponent of the British… 2008 руб

  • 118Record of the Buddhistic Kingdoms , Fa Hsien (1877)
    1877. The narrative of a most extraordinary journey by a Buddhist priest named Fa Hsien who travels from China through India to Ceylon, on to Sumatra and back to China by sea; his object being to… 687 руб

  • 119On The Indian Sect Of The Jainas , Johann George Buhler (1903)
    The characteristic feature of this religion is its claim to universality, which it holds in common with Buddhism, and in opposition to Brahmanism. It also declares its object to be to lead all men to… 686 руб

  • 120Nights at the Opera Wagner's Tristan Und Isolde , Wakeling Dry (1913)
    Wagner's Tristan has often--even by Lichtenberger--been described as a philosophic work; and as abstract thought or philosophy, it is said, is foreign to art, a work which admits it must be… 684 руб