He also wrote the introduction to the collected edition of Clifford's Mathematical.
Accounts of these manifestations will be found in Swettenham's Malay Sketches (London, 1895) and Clifford's Studies in Brown Humanity (London, 1897).
Of the fortress built by William the Conqueror in 1068 some portions were probably incorporated in Clifford's tower, the shell of which, showing an unusual ground plan of four intersecting circles, rises from an artificial mound.
Clifford's biquaternions are quantities Eq+nr, where q, r are quaternions, and E, n are symbols (commutative with quaternions) obeying the laws E 2 = E, n 2 =,g, = 1 j E=0 (cf.
In his Rede Lecture on Mind and Motion (1885), he said that Clifford's deduction, that the G..1.
Nor can we find any difference, except the minute shade that Pearson takes up a position of agnosticism between Clifford's assertion of " mind-stuff " and Mach's denial of things in themselves.
Clifford's biquaternions and G.
McAulay, Octonions, a development of Clifford's Bi-quaternions (Cambridge, 1898); G.
Owing to his early death, Professor Clifford's abilities and achievements cannot be fairly judged without reference to the opinion formed of him by his contemporaries.
As a philosopher Clifford's name is chiefly associated with two phrases of his coining, "mindstuff" and the "tribal self."
The other phrase, "tribal self," gives the key to Clifford's ethical view, which explains conscience and the moral law by the development in each individual of a "self," which prescribes the conduct conducive to the welfare of the "tribe."
Much of Clifford's contemporary prominence was due to his attitude towards religion.