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" Nothing seems of more importance towards erecting a firm system of sound and real knowledge, which may be proof against the assaults of scepticism, than to lay the beginning in a distinct explication of what is meant by thing, reality, existence; for... "
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The pamphleteer, Nide 5

Abraham John Valpy - 1815
...nothing else but the dogma need have forced its author to such conclusions. In Sect. 89 it is said, " Thing or being is the most general name of all ; it...and which have nothing common but the name, to wit, spirits and ideas. The former are active, indivisible substance* ; the latter are inert, Jieeting,...

The Pamphleteer, Nide 5

Abraham John Valpy - 1815
...nothing else but the dogma need have forced its author to such conclusions. In Sect. 89 i' i* said, " Thing or being is the most general name of all ; it...it two kinds entirely distinct and heterogeneous, ami which have nothing common but the name, to wit, spirits and ideas. The former are active, mdivisible...

The Works of George Berkeley, Nide 1

George Berkeley - 1820
...assaults of scepticism, than to lay the beginning in a distinct explication of what is meant by thing, reality, existence : for in vain shall we dispute...and which have nothing common but the name, to wit, spirits and ideas. The former are active indivisible, subtlances : the latter are inert, fleeting,...

The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne: Including His ..., Nide 1

George Berkeley - 1843
...assaults of scepticism, than to lay the beginning in a distinct explication of what is meant by thing, reality, existence: for in vain shall we dispute concerning...and which have nothing common but the name, to wit, spirits and ideas. The former are active, indivisible (incorruptible) substances: the latter are inert,...

The Works of George Berkeley: Including His Letters to Thomas Prior ..., Nide 1

George Berkeley - 1843
...assaults of scepticism, than to lay the beginning in a distinct explication 6f what is meant by thing, reality, existence : for in vain shall we dispute...and which have nothing common but the name, to wit, spirits and ideas. The former are active, indivisibk (incorruptible) substances: the latter are inert,...

The Necessary Existence of God

William Honyman Gillespie - 1843 - 391 sivua
...far, than he deserved ; we might have added, to the authors in the text, — Berkeley : who says — " Thing or being is the " most general name of all ;...heterogeneous, and which have nothing common but the " name, to-wit, spiriti and ideas. The former are * * substance! : " the latter are * * dependent beings, which...

Essays in Philosophy

Alexander Campbell Fraser - 1856 - 368 sivua
...assaults of scepticism, than to lay the beginning in a distinct explication of what is meant by THING, REALITY, EXISTENCE : for in vain shall we dispute...thereof, so long as we have not fixed the meaning of these words." — Principles of Human Knowledge. tions of the problem, Is AN UNKNOWN possible ? does...

Essays in Philosophy

Alexander Campbell Fraser - 1856 - 368 sivua
...scepticism, than to lay the beginning in a distinct explication of what is meant by THING, BEAUTY, EXISTENCE : for in vain shall we dispute concerning...thereof, so long as we have not fixed the meaning of these words."—Principles of Human Knowledge. tions of the problem, Is AN UNKNOWN possible ? does...

Rational Philosophy in History and in System: An Introduction to a Logical ...

Alexander Campbell Fraser - 1858 - 143 sivua
...assaults of scepticism, than to lay the beginning in a distinct explication of what is meant by Thing, Reality, Existence ; for in vain shall we dispute...thereof, so long as we have not fixed the meaning of these words."* A preliminary exercise, at this first stage in Metaphysics, is a reflective study of...

University essays in metaphysics, moral philosophy & English composition

1870
...Principles of Human Knowledge-''^ The term " Thing or Being is the most general name of all, it includes under it two kinds entirely distinct and heterogeneous,...and which have nothing common but the Name, to wit, Spirits and Ideas," or Phenomena. " The former are active, indivisible Substances ; the latter are...




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