Ralph J. Cudworth quotes

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Now, we deny not, but that politicians may sometimes abuse religion, and make it serve for the promoting of their own private inte ...
If intellection and knowledge were mere passion from without, or the bare reception of extraneous and adventitious forms, then no ...
Knowledge is not a passion from without the mind, but an active exertion of the inward strength, vigour and power of the mind, dis ...
Now all the knowledge and wisdom that is in creatures, whether angels or men, is nothing else but a participation of that one eter ...
The true knowledge or science which exists nowhere but in the mind itself, has no other entity at all besides intelligibility; and ...
Truth is the most unbending and uncompliable, the most necessary, firm, immutable, and adamantine thing in the world.
Sense is a line, the mind is a circle. Sense is like a line which is the flux of a point running out from itself, but intellect li ...
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