There cannot be a language more universal and more simple, more free from errors and obscurities...more worthy to express the invariable relations of all natural things than mathematics. It interprets all phenomena by the same language, as if to attest the unity and simplicity of the plan of the universe, and to make still more evident that unchangeable order which presides over all natural causes



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