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" Whatever definition we may give of liberty, we should be careful to observe two requisite circumstances; first, that it be consistent with plain matter of fact; secondly, that it be consistent with itself. If we observe these circumstances, and render... "
Essays and treatises on several subjects - Стр. 94
авторы: David Hume - 1817
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An inquiry concerning human understanding. A dissertation on the passions ...

David Hume - 1772
...with itfelf. If we obferve thefe circumftances, and render our definition intelligible, I am perfuaded that all mankind will be found of one opinion with regard to it. It is univerfally allowed, that nothing exifts without a caufe of its exiftence, and that chance, when ftrifily...
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An inquiry concerning human understanding. A dissertation on the passions ...

David Hume - 1788
...with itfelf. If we obferve thefe circumftances, and render our definition intelligible, I am perfuaded that all mankind will be found of one opinion with regard to itIt is univerfally allowed, that nothing exifts without a caufe of its exiftence; and that chance,...
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Essays and treatises on several subjects, Том 2

David Hume - 1804 - Страниц: 527
...definition we may give of liberty, we should be careful to observe two requisite circumstances ; firstt that it be consistent with plain matter of fact ;...is universally allowed, that nothing exists without 4 cause of its existence, and that chance, when strictly examined, is a mere negative word, and means...
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An inquiry concerning human understanding. A dissertation on the passions ...

David Hume - 1817
...definition we may give of liberty, we should - be careful to observe two requisite circumstances ;Jirst, that it be consistent with plain matter of fact ;...definition intelligible, I am persuaded that all mankind wiJl be found of one opinion with regard to it. It is universally allowed, that nothing exists without...
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A view of the principal deistical writers that have appeared in England in ...

John Leland, William Laurence Brown - 1837 - Страниц: 730
...be sure that there is any such thing as cause or causal connexion in the universe ; yet he says, " it is universally allowed that nothing exists without a cause of its existence ; and that chance is a negative word, and means not any real power which has any where a being in nature." ff Here he...
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A Theodicy: Or, Vindication of the Divine Glory

Albert Taylor Bledsoe - 1853 - Страниц: 414
...these two circumstances, says he, and thereby render our definition intelligible, Mr. Hume is perfectly persuaded " that all mankind will be found of one opinion with regard to it." If Mr. Hume had closely looked into the great productions of his own school, he would have seen the...
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Philosophical Works, Том 4

David Hume - 1854
...definition we may give of liberty, we should be careful to observe two requisite circumstances ; first, that it be consistent with plain matter of fact ;...negative word, and means not any real power which has anywhere a being in nature. But it is pretended that some causes are necessary, some not necessary....
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Handbook of Moral Philosophy

Henry Calderwood - 1872 - Страниц: 277
...Libert, and Necess., sec. 8, Essays, n. 96. And yet, so far is there common ground, that he says, ' It is universally allowed that nothing exists without...when strictly examined, is a mere negative word, and not any real power which hns anywhere a being in nature.' — Ib. np no. 7. Dealing with the relative...
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Handbook of Moral Philosophy

Henry Calderwood - 1874 - Страниц: 277
...Libert. and Necess., sec. 8, Essays, Ii. 96. And yet, so far is there common ground, that he says, ' It is universally allowed that nothing exists without...when strictly examined, is a mere negative word, and not any real power which has anywhere a being in nature.' — Ib. np no. 7. Dealing with the relative...
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History of Philosophy

Alfred Weber - 1896 - Страниц: 630
...only mean a power of acting or not acting, according to the determinations of the will (Locke). ... It is universally allowed that nothing exists without...chance, when strictly examined, is a mere negative word, but it is pretended that some causes are necessary, some not necessary. Here then is the advantage...
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