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" There is the greatest difference between presuming an opinion to be true, because, with every opportunity for contesting it, it has not been refuted, and assuming its truth for the purpose of not permitting its refutation. Complete liberty of contradicting... "
liberty - Страница 38
по john stuart mill - 1859
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The graduated series of reading-lesson books

Graduated series - 1861
...Complete liberty of contradicting and disproving our opinion is the very condition which justifies in assuming its truth for purposes of action, and on no other terms can a creature with human faculties have any rational assurance of being right. ADVANTAGES OF DISCUSSION....

On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - 1863 - 223 страници
...permitting its refutation. Complete liberty of contradicting and disproving our opinion, is the very condition which justifies us in assuming its truth...faculties have any rational assurance of being right. 'X. When we consider either the history of opinion, or the ordinary conduct of human life, to what...

On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - 1863 - 223 страници
...permitting its I refutation. Complete liberty of contradicting and disproving our opinion, is the very condition which justifies us in assuming its truth for purposes of action ; and on no other terms I* -- can a being with human faculties have any \ rational assurance of being right. . * — - When...

Ecce Deus: Essays on the Life and Doctrine of Jesus Christ. With ...

Joseph Parker - 1867 - 363 страници
...difficulty ; he says, " Complete liberty of contradicting and disapproving our opinion is the very condition which justifies us in assuming its truth...faculties have any rational assurance of being right." This is somewhat firm for a man who has just laid down the doctrine that we " can never be sure that...

Ecce Deus: Essays on the Life and Doctrine of Jesus Christ. With ...

Joseph Parker - 1867 - 363 страници
...difficulty ; he says, " Complete liberty of contradicting and disapproving our opinion is the very condition which justifies us in assuming its truth...faculties have any rational assurance of being right." This is somewhat firm for a man who has just laid down the doctrine that we " can never be sure that...

liberty, equality, fraternity

james fitzjames stephen - 1873
...purpose of not permitting its refutation. Complete liberty of contradicting our opinion is the very condition which justifies us in assuming its truth...faculties have any rational assurance of being right.' This reply does not appear to be satisfactory. It is not very easy to disentangle the argument on which...

The Canadian Monthly and National Review, Том 10

Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart - 1876
...be unless he is infallible. "Complete liberty," he says, "of contradicting our opinion is the very condition which justifies us in assuming its truth...faculties have any rational assurance of being right." Mr. Mill's critic tries to parry this argument by saying that a law forbidding people to deny the existence...

The Popular Faith Unveiled

Herbert Junius Hardwicke - 1884 - 274 страници
...of progress cr improvement complete liberty of contradicting and disproving our opinion, is the very condition which justifies us in assuming its truth...faculties have any rational assurance of being right." In the following pages 1 have endeavoured to trace the history of religion from the earliest times...

Evolution and Creation

Herbert Junius Hardwicke - 1887 - 312 страници
...not suffer themselves to think comple liberty of contradicting and disproving our opinion is the very condition which justifies us in assuming its truth...faculties have any rational assurance of being right." \ We claim the right to think upon any and every subject, and also to express our thoughts before the...

The Greatest Works of the Greatest Authors, Ancient and Modern ...

1894 - 896 страници
...permitting its refutation. Complete liberty of contradicting and disproving our opinion, is the very ties, or the moral coercion of public opinion. That principle is, i <*ua being with human faculties have any rational assurance of being right. Wben we consider either...




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