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" If any one pretends* to be so sceptical as to deny his own existence (for really to doubt of it is manifestly impossible), let him, for me, enjoy his beloved happiness of being nothing, until hunger or some other pain convince him of the contrary. "
A View of Nature: In Letters to a Traveller Among the Alps - Sivu 123
tekijä(t) Sir Richard Joseph Sulivan - 1794
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THE WORKS OF JOHN LOCKE

J. JOHNSON - 1801
...to, no more than I would argue Avith pure nothing, or endeavour to convince non-entity, that it were something. If any one pretends to be so sceptical,...doubt of it is manifestly impossible) let him for me enjoy his beloved happiness of being nothing, until hunger, or some other pain, convince him of the...

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Nide 2

John Locke - 1805 - 510 sivua
...to ; no more than I would argue with pure nothing, or endeavour to convince non-entity, that it were something. If any one pretends to be so sceptical,...doubt of it is manifestly impossible) let him for me enjoy his beloved happiness of being nothing, until hunger, or some other pain, convince him of the...

The Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine, Numerot 123–126

1808
...to ; no more limn I would argu« with pure nothing, or endeavour to convince non-entity that it were something. If any one pretends to be so sceptical as to deny his own existence, let him, tor me, enjoy his beloved happinpss of being nothing, nntil hunger, or some other pain, convince...

The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1816
...or endeavour to convince non-entity, that it were something. If any one pretends to be so sceptical^ to deny his own existence (for really to doubt of it, is manifestly impossible) let him for me enjoy his beloved happiness of being nothing, until hunger or some other pain convince him of the contrary....

An essay concerning human understanding. To which are now added, i. Analysis ...

John Locke - 1816
...to; no more than I would argue with pure nothing, or endeavour to convince non-entity, that it were something. If any one pretends to be so sceptical, as to deny his o*vn existence, (for really to doubt of it is manifestly impossible,) let him for me enjoy his beloved...

A Philosophical and Practical Grammar of the English Language

Noah Webster - 1822 - 223 sivua
...this truth (enough for man to know) Virtue alone is happiness below." Pope. "If any one pretends 1o.be so sceptical, as to deny his own existence (for really...to doubt of it, is manifestly impossible) let him enjoy his beloved happiness." Locke. 4. 10. 2. The included clause here is connected with the preceding...

The Works of John Locke, Nide 3

John Locke - 1823
...to, no more than I would argue with pure nothing, or endeavour to convince non-entity that it were something. If any one pretends to be so sceptical...doubt of it is manifestly impossible), let him for me enjoy his beloved happiness of being nothing, until hunger, or some other pain, convince him of the...

An essay concerning human understanding. To which are now added, i. analysis ...

John Locke - 1824
...to ; no more than I would argue with pure nothing, or endeavour to convince non-entity, that it were something. If any one pretends to be so sceptical,...doubt of it is manifestly impossible) let him for me enjoy his beloved happiness of being nothing, until hunger, or some other pain, convince him of the...

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: With the Author's Last Additions ...

John Locke - 1828 - 590 sivua
...to ; no more than I would argue with pure nothing, or endeavour to convince non-entity, that it were something. If any one pretends to be so sceptical,...doubt of it, is manifestly impossible), let him for me enjoy his beloved happiness of being nothing, until hunger, or some other pain convince hnn of the...

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: To which are Now First ..., Nide 3

John Locke - 1828
...to, no more than 1 would argue with pure nothing, or endeavour to convince non-entity that it were something. If any one pretends to be so sceptical...doubt of it is manifestly impossible), let him for me enjoy his beloved happiness of being nothing, until hunger, or some other pain, convince him of the...




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