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" Nothing can be plainer than that the motions, changes, decays, and dissolutions which we hourly see befall natural bodies (and which is what we mean by the course of nature) cannot possibly affect an active, simple, uncompounded substance; such a being... "
The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne - Стр. 239
авторы: George Berkeley - 1897
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The Works of George Berkeley, Том 1

George Berkeley - 1820
...can be plainer, than that the motions, changes, decays, and dissolutions which we hourly see befal natural bodies (and which is what we mean by the course...nature) cannot possibly affect an active, simple, uncqmpounded substance : such a being therefore is indissoluble by the force of nature, that is to...
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The Works of George Berkeley, Том 1

George Berkeley - 1820
...shewn that the soul is indivisible, incorporeal, unextended, and it is consequently incorruptible. Nothing can be plainer, than that the motions, changes, decays, and dissolutions which we hourly see befal natural bodies (and which is what we mean by the course of nature) cannot possibly affect an...
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The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne: Including His ..., Том 1

George Berkeley, Joseph Stock - 1843
...shown that the soul is indivisible, incorporeal, unextended, and it is consequently incorruptible. Nothing can be plainer, than that the motions, changes,...is to say, the soul of man is naturally immortal.~\ CXLII. After what hath been said, it is I suppose plain, that our souls are not to be known in the...
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The works of George Berkeley [ed.] by G.N. Wright, Том 1

George Berkeley (bp. of Cloyne.) - 1843
...shown that the soul is indivisible, incorporeal, unextended, and it is consequently incorruptible. Nothing can be plainer, than that the motions, changes,...nature, that is to say, the. soul of man is naturally immortdl.] CXLII. After what hath been said, it is I suppose plain, that our souls are not to be known...
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The Works of George Berkeley: Including His Letters to Thomas Prior ..., Том 1

George Berkeley - 1843
...shown that the soul is indivisible, incorporeal, unextended, and it is consequently incorruptible. Nothing can be plainer, than that the motions, changes,...indissoluble by the force of nature, that is to say, fJf soul of man is naturally immortal.~\ CXLII. After what hath been said, it is I suppose plain, that...
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Works, Including His Letters to Thomas Prior, Dean Gervais, Mr. Pope ..., Том 1

George Berkeley - 1843
...shown that the soul is indivisible, incorporeal, unextended, and it is consequently incorruptible. Nothing can be plainer, than that the motions, changes,...simple, uncompounded substance : such a being therefore i§ indissoluble by the force of nature, that is to say, the soul of man is naturally immortal.^ CXLII....
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The Bible and the people

1851
...author, " that the soul is indivisible, incorporeal, unextended, and is consequently incorruptible. Nothing can be plainer, than that the motions, changes,...of nature) cannot possibly affect an active simple, uncompounaed substance : such a being therefore, is indissoluble by the force of nature, that is to...
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Locke's writings and philosophy historically considered: and vindicated from ...

Edward Tagart - 1855 - Страниц: 504
...is indivisible, incorporeal, unextended, argued that "it is consequently incorruptible, — a being indissoluble by the force of nature, — that is to say, the soul of man is naturally immortal^-" contrary to Locke's opinion, who thought that it could not be made out demonstratively by natural reason...
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The pure philosophical works

George Berkeley - 1871
...shewn that the soul is indivisible, incorporeal, unextended, and it is consequently incorruptible. Nothing can be plainer than that the motions, changes, decays, and dissolutions which we hourly see befal natural bodies (and which is what we mean by the course of nature) cannot possibly affect an...
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The Works of George Berkeley: Philosophical works

George Berkeley - 1871
...shewn that the soul is indivisible, incorporeal, unextended, and it is consequently incorruptible. Nothing can be plainer than that the motions, changes, decays, and dissolutions which we hourly see befal natural bodies (and which is what we mean by the course of nature] cannot possibly afreet an...
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