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" He maintained, that they do not always correspond to the real nature of things, and that there is no infallible method of determining when they are true or false, and consequently that they afford no certain criterion of truth. "
A Manual of Greek Literature: From the Earliest Authentic Periods to the ... - Sivu 312
tekijä(t) Charles Anthon - 1853 - 580 sivua
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The History of Philosophy, from the Earliest Times to the Beginning of the ...

William Enfield, Johann Jakob Brucker - 1791 - 628 sivua
...frequently deceive us, and therefore cannot be infallible judges of truth ; but that, from the impreffions which we perceive to be produced on the mind, by means of the fenfes, we infer appearances of truth, or probabilities. The'fe ' imprefiions Carneades called Phantafies,...

The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Nide 8

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...and the imagination, frequently deceive us, and therefore cannot be infallible judges of truth; but that, from the impressions which we perceive to be...senses, we infer appearances of truth, or probabilities. These impressions Carneades called phantasies, or images. He maintained, that they do not always correspond...

The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Nide 8

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...and the imagination, frequently deceive us, and therefore cannot he infallible judges of truth ; but that, from the impressions which we perceive to be...senses, we infer appearances of truth, or probabilities. These impressions Carneades called phantasies, or images. He maintained, that they do not always correspond...

The History of Philosophy: From the Earliest Times to the Beginning ..., Nide 1

William Enfield - 1819
...and the imagination, frequently deceive us, and therefore cannot be infallible judges of. truth ; but that, from the impressions which we perceive to be...senses, we infer appearances of truth, or probabilities. These impressions Carneades called Phantasies, or Images. He maintained, that they do not always correspond...

A Classical Dictionary: Containing a Copious Account of All the Proper Names ...

John Lemprière - 1827 - 890 sivua
...and the imagination, frequently deceive us, and therefore cannot be infallible judges of truth; but that, from the impressions which we perceive to be produced on the mind by means of the tenses, wi infer appearances of truth or probabilities. He maintained that they do Dot always oarrespond...

A Classical Dictionary: Containing ... Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient ...

Charles Anthon - 1841
...quently deceive us, and therefore cannot be infallible judges of truth ; but that, from the impression which we perceive to be produced on the mind by means...senses, we infer appearances of truth or probabilities. He maintained, that they do not always correspond to the real nature of things, and that there is no...

The history of literature; or, The rise and progress of language ..., Nide 2

1844
...frequently deceive us, consequently cannot be infallible judges of truth ; although from the impressions produced on the mind, by means of the senses, we infer appearances of truth, or probabilities. These impressions Carneades called phantasies, or images ; he maintained that they do not always correspond...

A Classical Dictionary: Containing an Account of the Principal Proper Names ...

Charles Anthon - 1848 - 1451 sivua
...infallible judges of truth ; but that, from the impression which we perceive to be produced on the mm I by means of the senses, we infer appearances of truth or probabilities. He maintained, that they do not always correspond to the real nature of things, and that there is no...

Elementary Sketches of Moral Philosophy: Delivered at the Royal Institution ...

Sydney Smith - 1849 - 424 sivua
...and the imagination, frequently deceive us, and therefore cannot be infallible judges of truth ; but that, from the impressions which we perceive to be...senses, we infer appearances of truth, or probabilities: these impressions Carneades called phantasies or images. He maintained that they do not always correspond...

Elementary Sketches of Moral Philosophy: Delivered at the Royal Institution ...

Sydney Smith - 1850 - 424 sivua
...and the imagination, frequently deceive us, and therefore cannot be infallible judges of truth; but that, from the impressions which we perceive to be...senses, we infer appearances of truth, or probabilities : these impressions Carneades called phantasies or images. He maintained that they do not always correspond...




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