Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

in.] ORIGIN OF TASTE FOR SCIENCE. 213 
Out of the 91 cases, 18 speak gratefully of the 
influence and encouragement of friends. 
Physics and Mathematics.—(3) .... I 
was both his young friend and assistant for 3 
years. He imbued me with his respect for 
science, . . . . , earnestness, and accuracy. (6] 
Partly encouraged by an eminent friend. (13) 
Picked up an unsystematic education [in science] 
in the company of ... . (16) I was taken to 
see ... . [which was the origin of my experi¬ 
mentalising]. (17) I trace it to my acquaintance 
with .... and to going abroad with him. (19) 
The intimacy of his father with .... gave a 
bias towards magnetism. 
Chemistry.—(2) My taste for zoology arose 
through friendship with .... 
Geology.—(2) The surgeon to whom I was 
articled fostered my tastes. (4) To mining 
officers in Germany ; to conversations with .... 
and . . . . , and acquaintance of ... . (5) 
Through the acquaintance of. . . . , to the par¬ 
ticular branch [of geology, that I have pursued].
        

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