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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 Belief in God and Immortality: A Psychological, Anthropological and ...

James Henry Leuba - 1916 - Страниц: 340
...that the motions, changes, decays, and dissolutions, which we hourly see befall natural bodies (and is what we mean by the course of nature) cannot possibly affect an 4 Micro cosmus; Book III, chap. V, pages 389, 390. active, simple, uncompounded substance : such a...
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Body and Mind: A History and a Defense of Animism

William McDougall - 1920 - Страниц: 384
...Op. cil., § 86. * Op. cit., § 89. • Op. cit., § 98. • Op. cit., § 138. ' Op. cit., \ 145. " Nothing can be plainer than that the motions, changes,...to say — the soul of man is naturally immortal." 1 Locke, then, had shown clearly enough that our conceptions of matter and spirit, of body and soul,...
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The Belief in God and Immortality: A Psychological, Anthropological and ...

James Henry Leuba - 1921 - Страниц: 340
...claiming to have shown that the soul is indivisible, incorporeal, unextended, he adds: — " Nothing con be plainer than that the motions, changes, decays,...dissolutions which we hourly see befall natural bodies (and is what we mean by ' Microcosmus; Book III, chap. V, pages 389, 390. the course of nature) cannot possibly...
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A New Theory of Vision and Other Select Philosophical Writings

George Berkeley - 1922 - Страниц: 303
...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 Moral Philosophy of George Berkeley

Paul J. Olscamp - 1970 - Страниц: 241
...shewn 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 immortal.25 2. FREE WILL In the introduction, I mentioned that Berkeley had written in the Philosophical...
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Philosophy of Religion: An Introduction with Readings

Stuart Brown, Stuart C. Brown - 2001 - Страниц: 199
...shown that Ihe soul is indivisible, incorporeaL unextended, and that it is consequently incorruptible. Nothing can be plainer, than that the motions, changes,...dissolutions which we hourly, see befall natural bodies land which is what we mean by the course of Nature] cannot possibly affact an active, simple, uncompounded...
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Philosophy of Religion: An Introduction with Readings

Stuart Brown, Stuart C. Brown - 2001 - Страниц: 199
...indivisible, incorporeaI. unextended. and that it ls consequently mcorruptible. Nothmg can be plamer, than that the motions, changes, decays, and dissolutions...bodies (and which is what we mean by the course of Naturel cannot possibly affect an active, simple, uncompounded substance: such a bemg therefore is...
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