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" ... of him in capacity, quickness, and penetration : for, since no one sees all, and we generally have, different prospects of the same thing, according to our different, as I may say, positions to it ; it is not incongruous to think, nor beneath any... "
Philosophical beauties selected from the works of John Locke - Page 5
by John Locke - 1802
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Posthumous Works

John Locke - 1706 - 352 pages
...thing, according to our .different, as I may fay, Pofitions to it, 'tis -not incon* gruous to think, nor beneath any Man to try, whether another may not have notions of things which have Tcaped him, and which his Reafon would make ufe of if they came into. his Mind. The Faculty of Reafoning...
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The conduct of the understanding

John Locke - 1801 - 168 pages
...thing, according to our different, as I may say, positions to it, it is not incongruous to think, nor beneath any man to try, whether another may not have...his reason would make use of, if they came into his niind. The faculty of reasoning seldom or never deceives those who trust to it; its consequences from...
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THE WORKS OF JOHN LOCKE

J. JOHNSON - 1801 - 376 pages
...another may not have notions of things, which-have escaped him, and which his reason would make use'of, "if they came into his mind. The faculty of reasoning...deceives those who trust to it; its .consequences, sequences, from what it buiMs on, are evident and certain ; but that, which it oftehest, if not only,...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: With Thoughts on the ..., Volumes 1-3

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1801 - 986 pages
...accordiiig to our diiferent, as I may fay, pofitions to it, it is not in-, eongruous to think, nor beneath any man to try, whether another may not have notions of things which have cfcaped him, and which hu> reafon would make uic of if they came into his miod. The faculty of reai\>:u.ig...
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An essay concerning human understanding; with Thoughts on the ..., Volume 3

John Locke - 1801 - 334 pages
...thing, according to our different, as I may fay, pofidons to it, it is not incongruous to think, nor beneath any man to try, whether another may not have notions of things \vhich have efcaped htm, and which his reafon would make ufe of if they came into las mind. The faculty...
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The Conduct of the Understanding

John Locke - Intellect - 1802 - 184 pages
...incongruous to think, nor heneath any man to try, whether another may not have notions of thingswhich have escaped him, and which his reason would make...trust to it ; its consequences from what it builds on sire evident and certain, but that which it of. tenest,ifnot only,misleads us in, is, that the principles....
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 2

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1805 - 508 pages
...incongruous to think, nor beneath any man to try, whe* ther another may not have notions of things, which h*W escaped him, and which his reason would make use of,...came into his mind. The faculty of reasoning seldom o* never deceives those who triist to it; its coa:. •; , sequences, seqiienees, from what it builds...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 2

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1805 - 520 pages
...thing, according to our different, as I may say, positions to it ; it is not incongruous to think, nor .beneath any man to try, whether another may not have notions of things, which havfe escaped him, and which his reason would make use of, if they came into his mind. The faculty...
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The conduct of the understanding. To which is prefixed, a sketch of the life ...

John Locke - 1812 - 178 pages
...thing, according to our different, as I may say, positions to it, it is not incongruous to think, nor beneath any man to try, whether another may not have...builds on are evident and certain, but that which iioftenest, if not only, misleads us in, is, that the priii ciples from which we conclude the grounds...
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An essay concerning human understanding. To which are now added, i. Analysis ...

John Locke - 1816 - 1048 pages
...thing, according to our different, as 1 may say, positions to it; it is not incongruous to think, nor beneath any man to try, whether another may not have...reasoning seldom or never deceives those who trust" tu it; its conę sequences, from what it builds on, are evident and certain ; but that which it oftenest,...
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