(53) For an account of these fallacies, see: A.N. Whitehead
, Science and the Modern World, New York, The Free Press, 1967, pp.
once said "Seek simplicity and distrust it." Mr Tuli seems to have heeded only the second part of this apothegm.
Tucked in the lower left-hand corner of the back page, we find an A.N. Whitehead
quotation, "It is the business of the future to be dangerous" (153, 160).
said in 1938, "The distinction between man and animals is in one sense only a difference of degree.
shallow mudflats.) A.N. Whitehead
underlined Newtonian mechanistic determinacy when he said that "nature's laws never go on holiday".
(5.) A.N. Whitehead
, An Introduction to Mathematics (n.d.), 61.
As A.N. Whitehead
observed, "Civilization advances by extending the number of important operations which we can perform without thinking about them" (7).