Cosmos, Vol. 3 of 1: Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe (Classic Reprint)
In pursuance of the aim which I had proposed to myself, as attainable in a degree commensurate with my own powers and with the present state of knowledge, I have considered Nature, in the two volumes of the Cosmos which We already appeared, in a twofold point of view. I have sought to represent her, first, in the pure objectivity of external phæ:nomena, and, next, as the reflex of the image received through the senses on the mirror of man's inner being, his ideas and feelings.
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