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The wise in every age conclude,
What Pyrrho taught and Hume renewed,
That dogmatists are fools.
I had a strong curiosity to be satisfied if he persisted in disbelieving a future state even when he had death before his eyes.... ...
Coleridge observes that all men are born Aristotelians or Platonists. The latter feel that classes, orders, and genres are realiti ...
Hume, and other skeptical innovators, are vain men, and will gratify themselves at any expense. Truth will not afford sufficient f ...
Hume, and other sceptical innovators, are vain men, and will gratify themselves at any expense. Truth will not afford sufficient f ...
This, indeed, has always been the fate of the few that have professed scepticism, that, when they have done what they can to discr ...
Bishop Berkeley destroyed this world in one volume octavo; and nothing remained, after his time, but mind; which experienced a sim ...
Until about the age of thirty, a young lady can never go out without being accompanied.
... what is especially insufferable in a woman is a restless, bold, domineering manner, for this manner goes against nature.... [e ...
Hume's doctrine was that the circumstances vary, the amount of happiness does not; that the beggar cracking fleas in the sunshine ...
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