A Quote by Alfred North Whitehead on aim, laws, patience, progress, science, thought, and world
The progress of Science consists in observing interconnections and in showing with a patient ingenuity that the events of this ever-shifting world are but examples of a few general relations, called laws. To see what is general in what is particular, and what is permanent in what is transitory, is the aim of scientific thought.
Source: An Introduction to Mathematics.
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