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  • [* Footnote: It must not be supposed that I mean by this appellation what is generally called physica general is, and which is rather mathematics than a philosophy of nature.

    The Critique of Pure Reason

  • The City approved a plan and funding to test the backlog of more than 7,000 sets of untested physica ...

    Sarah Tofte: City Breaks Its Promise to Victims of Rape

  • The film questions the costs -- spiritual, cultural, physica -- of reality TV as entertainment.

    Tobi Elkin: Porn, Press and Premieres: "American Cannibal's" Own Reality Drama

  • Epitome logica and Epitome physica by Nikephoros Blemmydes, or the Logic and Quadrivium by the anonymous of

    Byzantine Philosophy

  • Leibniz also turned his mind to natural philosophy, having finally been able to study some of the works of the moderns; the result was a two-part treatise in 1671, the New Physical Hypothesis (Hypothesis physica nova).

    Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

  • I hate to tell everybody this, in a day and age when the principles of chemistry, biology, and physica are so well known – many people can come up with deadly gases, bacteria, viruses, explosives.

    Think Progress » A “failure of imagination” at Homeland Security

  • De apparente magnitvdine solis hvmilis et svblimis epistolae qvatvor: in qvibvs complvra physica, opticaque problemata proponuntur,

    Pierre Gassendi

  • By showing me that forgiveness is the key to everything, including physica health and healing, he gave me an example of Christ-like thinking.

    The Courage To Be Christian

  • She didn't understand the magic that had worked the physica transportation of her corporeal body-or at least some of it-and then o the parchment.


  •  A physica~ attraction had no depth or lasting power; it wasn't love.

    Sleeping Partners


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