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Knihy Knihy 14 z 4 na dotaz I only suggested that because you said one could not plausibly connect snuff with....
" I only suggested that because you said one could not plausibly connect snuff with clockwork or candles with bright stones. Ten false philosophies will fit the universe; ten false theories will fit Glengyle Castle. But we want the real explanation of the... "
The Innocence of Father Brown - Strana 156
autor/autoři: Gilbert Keith Chesterton - 1911 - 334 str.
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Critical Traditions in Contemporary Archaeology: Essays in the Philosophy ...

Valerie Pinsky, Alison Wylie - 1989 - 160 str.
...story Flambeau asks: 'Is that all? Have we got to the dull truth at last?' 'Oh, no' says Father Brown. 'I only suggested that because you said one could...the real explanation of the castle and the universe. ' In any science (or, for that matter, any intellectual endeavour), in so far as we are seeking explanations,...
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Reading Eco: An Anthology

ROCCO CAPOZZI - 1997 - 512 str.
...regime and in the Bourbons; or criminal activity may be involved; or perhaps a search for diamonds: 'Ten false philosophies will fit the universe; ten...real explanation of the castle and the universe'. While it is difficult to define what a legitimate interpretation is, it is easier to say what a misreading...
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The Annotated Innocence of Father Brown

G. K. Chesterton, Martin Gardner - 1998 - 306 str.
...Antoinette. He was guillotined in t793 for treason. Next to hunting, his principal pastime was making locks. or rude fellows on these hills. Snuff is the one great...we want the real explanation of the castle and the universe.5 But are there no other exhibits?' Craven laughed, and Flambeau rose smiling to his feet...
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The Collected Works of G.K. Chesterton, Svazek 12

Gilbert Keith Chesterton - 1986
...course, is something much more humdrum. Glengyle had found, or thought he had found, precious stones on his estate. Somebody had bamboozled him with those...smiling to his feet and strolled down the long table. rather splintered. It might be the instrument of the crime. Only, there isn't any crime. The only other...
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