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The Works of Dugald Stewart: Dissertation exhibiting a general view of the ... - Страница 221
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An Investigation of Homoeopathy

William Sharp - 1856 - 347 страници
...ESSAY VII. THE PROVINGS OF HOMOEOPATHY. " But yet these truths being never so certain, never so clear, he may be ignorant of either, or all of them, who...faculties as he should, to inform himself about them." — LOCKE. IF drugs are remedies for disease, it is obvious that some means must be used to discover...

Painless dental surgery

Walter F. Brindley - 1859 - 76 страници
...able to form an opinion of its merits. " But yet these truths being never so certain, never so clear, he may be ignorant of either, or all of them, who...faculties as he should to inform himself about them."* One learned savant in Sheffield ventured to assert that congelation had a tendency to produce paralysis;...

Essays on Medicine: Being an Investigation of Homoeopathy and Other Medical ...

William Sharp - 1874 - 809 страници
...BEATTIE. ESSAY VII.1 PROVINGS IN HEALTH, "But yet these truths being never so certain, never so clear, he may be ignorant of either, or all of them, who...faculties as he should, to inform himself about them." JOHN LOCKE. IF drugs are remedies for disease, it is obvious that some means must be used to discover...

Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay: With Indexes...

Samuel Austin Allibone - 1876 - 764 страници
...the setting of the whole world in a flame than a quarrelsome plaintiff and defendant. L' ESTRANGE. There is a law of nature, as intelligible to a rational creature and studier of that law, as the positive laws of commonwealths. LOCKE. Civil law and history are studies which n gentleman...

Philosophical essays. 1855

Dugald Stewart - 1877
...open his eyes, and turn them that way. But yet these truths being never so certain, never so clear, he may be ignorant of either or all of them, who will...faculties as he should to inform himself about them." 2 It would not be easy to find a better illustration,than this of the truth of Locke's observation,...

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

John Locke - 1879 - 664 страници
...his eyes and turn them that way. But yet, these truths being never so certain, never so clear, lie may be ignorant of either or all of them, who will...faculties, as he should, to inform himself about them. CHAPTER XIV. OF JUDGMENT. 1. Our knowledge being short, we want somethlog ehe. — Thf understanding...

Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay: With Indexes. Authors, 544 ...

Samuel Austin Allibone - 1880 - 752 страници
...natural justice] is agreeable to the genius of the /<;;« of England. LORD CHIEF-JUSTICE LEE. 404 405 ut to impart : the grace of this rich jewel is lost in concealment. BISHOP J. HALL. law, as the positive laws of commonwealths. LOCKE. Civil law and history are studies which a gentleman...

India, Past and Present: With Minor Essays on Cognate Subjects

Shoshee Chunder Dutt - 1880 - 468 страници
...immediate, universal, invariable, evident, reasonable, just, and of itself sufficient.' Locke also says : ' There is a law of nature as intelligible to a rational creature as the positive law of commonwealths.' Why then should we need another ? The proof of revealed religions...

the boston medical and surgical journal

abner post - 1883
...truth being never so certain, never so clear, he may be ignorant of either, of all of them, to take pains to employ his faculties as he should to inform himself about them." Locke. I here publicly profess 1 will to the end of my days acknowledge as the greatest obligation...

Tracts on Homœopathy, Брой 1

William Sharp - 1885 - 20 страници
...BEAITIB. THE FIIOYINGS OF HOMEOPATHY. " But yet these truths being never so certain, never so clear, he may be ignorant of either, or all of them, who...faculties as he should, to inform himself about them." LOCKE. IF drugs are remedies for disease, it is obvious that some means must be used to discover their...




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