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Coleridge observes that all men are born Aristotelians or Platonists. The latter feel that classes, orders, and genres are realiti ...
We men know very little a priori, and have our senses to thank for nearly all our knowledge. Through experience we know only appea ...
A writer must always try to have a philosophy and he should also have a psychology and a philology and many other things. Without ...
The present contains nothing more than the past, and what is found in the effect was already in the cause.
Things could not have been brought into being by God in any manner or in any order different from that which has in fact obtained.
The order and connection of ideas is the same as the order and connection of things.
Nothing in the universe is contingent, but all things are conditioned to exist and operate in a particular manner by the necessity ...
How would it be possible if salvation were ready to our hand, and could without great labor be found, that it should be by almost ...
Whatsoever is, is in God, and without God nothing can be, or be conceived.
As for the terms good and bad, they indicate no positive quality in things regarded in themselves, but are merely modes of thinkin ...
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