By G. D. Hishox
G. D. Hishox 1800 Mechaical events units and Appliances1800 механических подвижных элементов и приборов. 16-е издание. Издается с 1921 г.Схемы механических подвижных устройств и их описание.
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In order to understand the development of the plant in its growth dimensions, it is necessary to chart its history, and history means that transformations take place through time. "Things in process," or things changing and being transformed through time, is the way of all nature. There is another kind of reductionism which the pragmatic naturalists reject. One explanatory technique frequently adopted is that of analyzing complex forms and functions by reducing them to their historical origins.
At least from the time of Aristotle many people believed that "nature does nothing in vain" and that the species or forms of nature do not change. Although the development of modern science from the time of Galileo had changed much of the knowledge of nature on which these assumptions were based, the views of antiquity and of medieval times persisted. The assumption that natural species are changeless affects not only the general picture of nature but also the kind of knowledge which is possible of natural forms.
It snuffs out Saint Teresa as an hysteric, Saint Francis of Assisi as an hereditary degenerate. George Fox's discontent with the shams of his age, and his pining for spiritual veracity, it treats as a symp- PRAGMATIC NATURALISM 20 tom of a disordered colon. "lO James thinks that the complexities of religious experience cannot be explained by a method of reductionism. One of the most crucial points on which Dewey has been frequently misunderstood is his contention that logical functions of inquiry develop out of biological preconditions.