| John Locke - Philosophy - 1722
...alterable, and every where ; and therefore concerning his Identity, there can be no doubt. Secondly, **Finite Spirits having had each its determinate time and place of beginning to** exift, the Relation to that time and place will always determine to each of them its Identity, as long... | |
| Knowledge, Theory of - 1752 - 270 pages
...no doubt. Secondly, Finite Spirits having had their determinate time and place of beginning toexift, **the Relation to that time and place will always determine to each** its Identity, as long as it exifts. Thirdly, The fame will hold of every particle of matter to which... | |
| John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1796 - 459 pages
...doubt. Secondly, finite fpirits having had each its determinate time and place of beginning to exift, **the relation to that time and place will always determine to each of them its identity, as long as it** exifts. Thirdly, the fame will hold of every particle of matter, to which no addition or fubtraction... | |
| John Locke - 1801
...unalterable, and everywhere ; and therefore concerning his identity, there can be no doubt. Secondly, **finite spirits having had each its determinate time...to each of them its identity, as long as it exists.** Thirdly, the same will hold of every particle of mat-- ter, to which no addition or subtraction of... | |
| John Locke - 1801 - 308 pages
...doubt. Secondly, Finite fpirits having had each its determinate time and place of beginning to exid, **the relation to that time and place will always determine to each of them its identity, as long as it** exifts. Thirdly, The fame will hold of every particle of matter, to which no addition or fubtradYion... | |
| John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1801
...doubt. Secondly, Finite fpirits having had each its determinate time and place of beginning to exift, **the relation to that time and place will always determine to each of them its identity, as long as** itexifts. Thirdly, The fame will hold of every particle of matter, to which no addition or fubtra&ion... | |
| John Locke - 1805
...unalterable, and everywhere; and therefore concerning his identity, there can be no doubt. Secondly, **finite spirits having had each its determinate time...to each of them its identity, as long as it exists.** Thirdly, the same will hold of every particle of matter, to which no addition or subtraction of matter... | |
| John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1805 - 510 pages
...unalterable, and everywhere; and therefore concerning his identity, there can be no doubt. Secondly, **finite spirits having had each its determinate time...to each of them its identity, as long as it exists.** Thirdly, the same will hold of every particle of matter, to which no addition or subtraction of matter... | |
| John Locke - 1808
...concerning his identity therefore there can be no doubt. 2dly, Finite spirits having bad each its 113 **determinate time and place of beginning to exist,...to each of them its identity, as long as it exists.** — 3dly, The same will hold of every particle of matter, • which suffering no addition or subtraction... | |
| John Locke - 1815
...unalterable, and every where ; and therefore concerning his identity, there can be no doubt. Secondly, **finite spirits having had each its determinate time...to each of them its identity, as long as it exists.** Thirdly, the same will hold of every particle of matter, to which no addition or subtraction of matter... | |
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