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Top 32 Quotes About Robert Boyle

#1. God [is] the author of the universe, and the free establisher of the laws of motion. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#2. I'd work with Danny Boyle every day of the week. No matter what he was doing I would do that. - Author: Robert Carlyle
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#3. Even when we find not what we seek, we find something as well worth seeking as what we missed. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#4. He that said it was not good for man to be alone, placed the celibate amongst the inferior states of perfection. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#5. It is my intent to beget a good understanding between the chymists and the mechanical philosophers who have hitherto been too little acquainted with one another's learning. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#6. Nature always looks out for the preservation of the universe. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#7. Our Saviour would love at no less rate than death; and from the supereminent height of glory, stooped and debased Himself to the sufferance of the extremest of indignities, and sunk himself to the bottom of abjectness, to exalt our condition to the contrary extreme. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#8. Epicurus ... supposes not only all mixt bodies, but all others to be produced by the various and casual occursions of atoms, moving themselves to and fro by an internal principle in the immense or rather infinite vacuum. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#9. In a weak moment I promised to be strong - Author: Robert David Boyle
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#10. In an arch each single stone which, if severed from the rest, would be perhaps defenceless is sufficiently secured by the solidity and entireness of the whole fabric, of which it is a part. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#11. The gospel comprises indeed, and unfolds, the whole mystery of man's redemption, as far forth as it is necessary to be known for our salvation. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#12. Female beauties are as fickle in their faces as in their minds; though casualties should spare them, age brings in a necessity of decay. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#13. God would not have made the universe as it is unless He intended us to understand it. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#14. If the omniscient author of nature knew that the study of his works tends to make men disbelieve his Being or Attributes, he would not have given them so many invitations to study and contemplate Nature. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#15. As the moon, though darkened with spots, gives us a much greater light than the stars that sewn all-luminous, so do the Scriptures afford more light than the brightest human authors. In them the ignorant may learn all requisite knowledge, and the most knowing may learn to discern their ignorance. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#16. Those distinct substances, which concretes generally either afford, or are made up of, may, without very much inconvenience, be called the elements or principles of them. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#17. I am not ambitious to appear a man of letters: I could be content the world should think I had scarce looked upon any other book than that of nature. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#18. As the sun is best seen at his rising and setting, so men's native dispositions are clearest seen when they are children, and when they are dying. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#19. God may rationally be supposed to have framed so great and admirable an automaton as the world for special ends and purposes. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#20. Well, I see I am not designed to the finding out the Philosophers Stone, I have been so unlucky in my first attempts in chemistry. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#21. I think myself obliged, whatever my private apprehensions may be of the success, to do my duty, and leave events to their Disposer. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#22. Exalt your passion by directing and settling it upon an object the due con-templation of whose loveliness may cure perfectly all hurts received from mortal beauty. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#23. He that condescended so far, and stooped so low, to invite and bring us to heaven, will not refuse us a gracious reception there. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#24. It is not strange to me that persons of the fair sex should like, in all things about them, the handsomeness for which they find themselves most liked. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#25. Darkness, that here surrounds our purblind understanding, will vanish at the dawning of eternal day. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#26. He whose faith never doubted, may justly doubt of his faith. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#27. The book of nature is a fine and large piece of tapestry rolled up, which we are not able to see all at once, but must be content to wait for the discovery of its beauty, and symmetry, little by little, as it graduallly comes to be more and more unfolded, or displayed. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#28. From a knowledge of His work, we shall know Him. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#29. The inspired and expired air may be sometimes very useful, by condensing and cooling the blood that passeth through the lungs; I hold that the depuration of the blood in that passage, is not only one of the ordinary, but one of the principal uses of respiration. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#30. The generality of men are so accustomed to judge of things by their senses that, because the air is indivisible, they ascribe but little to it, and think it but one remove from nothing. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#31. Sound consists of an undulating motion of the air. - Author: Robert Boyle
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#32. And I might add the confidence with which distracted persons do oftentimes, when they are awake, think, they see black fiends in places, where there is no black object in sight without them. - Author: Robert Boyle
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