It was not entirely beyond the realm of possibility.
Natural science can lead in the knowledge only of the realm of the laws of things.
[From An Outline of the History of Christian Thought Since Kant by Moore, Edward Caldwell]
We are satisfied that there is nothing supernatural in all the realm of chemistry.
[From The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 04 (of 12) Dresden Edition—Lectures by Ingersoll, Robert Green]
He was a physician, and was a diligent explorer of the realm of science.
When it comes to the mental and psychical realm, cognition is direct and immediate.
Great writers, then, may be compared, in the realms of thought, to the capitals of kingdoms.
[From Bouvard and Pécuchet: A Tragi-comic Novel of Bourgeois Life, part 2 by Flaubert, Gustave]
In the realm of ideas all was imperishable.
[From Life Without and Life Within; or, Reviews, Narratives, Essays, and Poems. by Fuller, Margaret]
It called him out of the depths of eternal existence into the realm of conflict and reality.
[From The Alien by Jones, Raymond F.]
In addition I believe the relation of every study to the whole realm of knowledge should be carefully explained.
A single secret of science is a realm of wonders to the man of learning.
[From Seraphita by Wormeley, Katharine Prescott]
His deep, quiet voice took her into realms of fancy that her imagination had never even dreamed about.
[From The Point of View by Glyn, Elinor]
In the realm of character it is houses rather than architecture we need.
[From Levels of Living Essays on Everyday Ideals by Cope, Henry Frederick]
It is beyond the reach and realm of reason.
It is like a dream, like a glimpse into the realms of fantasy.
My next remark was in the realm of ethics.
Nina was queen of a wide realm.
No one knew his real name, and it is within the realm of probability that he had forgotten it himself.
[From The Hero of Ticonderoga; or, Ethan Allen and His Green Mountain Boys by De Morgan, John]
Nothing in the realm of nature is more wonderful than the manner in which some of the most minute animal forms resist cold.
[From The Butterfly Book A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Butterflies of North America by Holland, W. J. (William Jacob)]
One of the potentialities hidden in the realm of humanity was the capability or capacity of womanhood.
[From The Promulgation of Universal Peace by `Abdu'l-Bahá]
She had set him in a realm above herself.
The realm of physics was a madhouse—discreetly so, lest our enemies profit by our knowledge.
[From Fly By Night by Emshwiller, Ed]
The education of your observing faculty has been carried on during your introduction to new realms of knowledge.
The first candle is unity in the political realm, the early glimmerings of which can now be discerned.
[From Century of Light by Bahá'í International Community]
She is the realm of literature.
Tune and song occupy a distinct portion of the realm of music.
[From Early Letters of George Wm. Curtis to John S. Dwight; Brook Farm and Concord by Curtis, George William]
We had come into a new realm of happiness.
[From Making the House a Home by Guest, Edgar A. (Edgar Albert)]
Yet even he could not, in explaining the details of the philosophy of Epicurus, move always in the upper realms of poetry.
[From A History of Roman Literature by Fowler, Harold North]
"For science the transcendent does not enter into the perceptual realm external or internal."
[From International Congress of Arts and Science, Volume 1 Philosophy and Metaphysics by Rogers, Howard J. (Howard Jason)]
A purely subjective necessity of the reason is carried from within, and held conclusive in the realm of objective reality.
[From British Quarterly Review, American Edition, Vol. LIV July and October, 1871 by Various]
Contention over issues in the moral realm could never be harder pressed.
[From Abraham Lincoln's Cardinal Traits; A Study in Ethics, with an Epilogue Addressed to Theologians by Beardslee, Clark S. (Clark Smith)]
Here was placed within the reach of men whose ideas had been bounded by the Atlantic, new realms to be explored.
[From The Washington Historical Quarterly, Volume V, 1914 by Various]
I suppose, because they have lived in the physical realm for so long, they have forgotten about the higher life completely.
[From Dorothy's Mystical Adventures in Oz by Evans, Robert J.]
The latter belonged more to the realm of fiction than of fact.
[From James Fenimore Cooper American Men of Letters by Lounsbury, Thomas Raynesford]
The laws of the spiritual realm are called morality.
[From The Revolutions of Time by Dunn, Jonathan]
The past invites us still to look back for revelations in the realm of creative personality.
[From Christianity and Progress by Fosdick, Harry Emerson]
The solution of the problem here suggested belongs to the realm of occult science.
[From The Two Brothers by Wormeley, Katharine Prescott]
This is most strikingly exemplified in the realm of education.
[From The Trade Union Woman by Henry, Alice]
This is the theory of imagination, framed in the free and seductive realm of poetic thought.
[From The Destiny of the Soul: A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life by Alger, William Rounseville]
Turn to the realm of invention.
[From The Whole Armour of God by Jowett, John Henry]
We are enforced to farm our royal realm.
[From The Gutenberg Webster's Unabridged Dictionary Section F, G and H by Project Gutenberg]
When has man ever found solid knowledge in this most important realm of human possibilities, without faith as the pioneer?
[From The Meaning of Faith by Fosdick, Harry Emerson]
When the living individual dies, then is the realm of death established.
[From Fantasia of the Unconscious by Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert)]
Imagination is the realm of the soul.
[From Femina, A Work for Every Woman by Miller, John Alexander]
So he went back to his mountain tarn, and he resolved never to leave his little realm again.
[From Pilgrim Sorrow: A Cycle of Tales by Zimmern, Helen]
The American army slept as though its soul had withdrawn to another realm where repose is undisturbed.
[From The Conqueror: Being the True and Romantic Story of Alexander Hamilton by Atherton, Gertrude Franklin Horn]
There is no escape from this cosmic law; it applies to everything in the realm of time and space, the Christ ray included.
[From Gleaning of a Mystic A Series of Essays on Practical Mysticism by Heindel, Max]