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" ... deserves the name of knowledge. If we persuade ourselves that our faculties act and inform us right concerning the existence of those objects that affect them, it cannot pass for an ill-grounded confidence: for I think nobody can, in earnest, be so... "
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding - Страница 201
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Works, Том 1

John Locke - 1722
...fees and feels. At leaft, he that can doubt fo Chap. II. Knowledg of Exiftence of other thingL 297 far (whatever he may have with his own Thoughts) will never have any controverfy with me ; lince he can never be fiire I fay any thing contrary to his Opinion. As to my...

An essay concerning human understanding; with Thoughts on the conduct ..., Том 3

John Locke - 1801
...uncertain of the exiftence of thofe things which he fees and feels ; at leaft, he that can doubt fo far (whatever he may have with his own thoughts), will never have any controverfy with me , fince he can never be fure 1 fay any thing contrary to his opinion. As to myfelf,...

An analytical abridgment of Locke's Essay concerning human understanding

John Locke - 1808
...sceptical as to doubt of the existence of those things which he sees and feels : such an one at least will never have any controversy with me, since he can never be sure that I say any thing contrary to his opinion. I think that I have assurance enough of the existence...

An essay concerning human understanding. To which are now added, i. Analysis ...

John Locke - 1816
...those objects that affect them, it cannot pass tor an ill- grounded confidence : for I think nobody can, in earnest, be so sceptical, as to be uncertain of the existence of those things vviiich he sees and feel* At least, he that can doubt so far (whatever he may have with his own thoughts)...

A search of truth in the science of the human mind, Том 1

Frederick Beasley - 1822
...being in the fire, and being actually in it." Again in the same book, ch. 11. " For I think nobody can in earnest be so sceptical, as to be uncertain...can doubt so far, whatever he may have with his own ud thoughts, will never have any controversy with me, since he can never be sure that I say any thing...

The Quarterly Christian Spectator

1835
...things ; and makes us know, that something doth erisl, at that time, without us." " I think no body can, in earnest, be so sceptical, as to be uncertain of the things which he sees and feels." Then he adds : "But besides the assurance we have from our senses...

Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Arthur Collier ... with Some ...

Robert Benson - 1837 - 215 страници
...in earnest, be so sceptical, as * De la Recherche de la Ve'rite', 12mo, edit. 1749, tome iv. p. 80. to be uncertain of the existence of those things which...can never be sure I say any thing contrary to his opinion." * We must not omit to observe, that within a few miles only of Collier's home a neighbourclergyman...

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: With Notes and Illustrations of the ...

John Locke - 1849 - 564 страници
...those objects that affect them, it cannot pass for an ill-grounded confidence : (or, I think nobody can, in earnest, be so sceptical as to be uncertain...will never have any controversy with me : since he cat never be sure I say any thing contrary to his opinion. As_to myself, I think God has given me assurance...

On the Nature of Things

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1851
...ab sensibus esse creatam Notitiam veri. See i. 424. "I think nobody can in earnest," says Locke, " be so sceptical as to be uncertain of the existence of those things whch he sees and feels. At least, he that can doubt so far will never have any controversy with me,...

Lucretius On the Nature of Things: A Philosophical Poem, in Six Books

Titus Lucretius Carus - 1851 - 496 страници
...primis ab sensibus esse creatam Xotitiam veri. See i. 424. "I think nobody can in earnest," says Locke, "be so sceptical as to be uncertain of the existence of those things whch he sees and feels. At least, he that can doubt so far will never have any controversy with me,...




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