There is no exact science—there is thorough investigation, judgment, and instinct.
Politics is not an exact science, any more I should think than theology.
I am well aware that this little communication is inadequate and unsatisfactory from the point of view of exact science.
It shall not be a book of ultimate definiteness or a book of exact science.
If there is anything which the Chinese have reduced to an exact science, it is the business of eating.
Meteorology begins to assume the palpable shape of an exact science.
Yet it needed no exact science of the subject to encourage the spirit of toleration.
When we get an exact science of man, we may expect an exact science of medicine.
It is a pleasant thing, this method of settling all problems by demonstration of exact science.
The theory of probabilities has become almost an exact science.