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3.36 of 5 stars 3.36  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  1 review present you this new edition. I HAVE selected to-night the particular subject of Yeast for two reasons- or, rather, I should say for three. In the first place, because it is one of the simplest and the most familiar objects with which we are acquainted. In the second place, because the facts and phenomena which I have to describe are so simple that it is possib ...more
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Published December 3rd 2010 by Pubone.Info (first published 1874)
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In 1825, Thomas Henry Huxley was born in England. Huxley coined the term "agnostic" (although George Holyoake also claimed that honor). Huxley defined agnosticism as a method, "the essence of which lies in the rigorous application of a single principle . . . the axiom that every man should be able to give a reason for the faith that is in him." Huxley elaborated: "In matters of the intellect, foll ...more
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