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" This power which the mind has thus to order the consideration of any idea, or the forbearing to consider it; or to prefer the motion of any part of the body to its rest, and vice versa, in any particular instance; is that which we call the will. The actual... "
An Abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding - Page 57
by John Wynne - 1752 - 270 pages
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Works, Volume 1

John Locke - Philosophy - 1722
...confideration of any Idea, or the forbearing to confider it j or to prefer the Motion of any part ot the Body to its Reft, and vice verfa in any particular Inftance, is that which we call the WiU. The actual Exercife of that Power, by directing any particular Action or its...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: In Four Books, Volume 1

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1768
...doing fuch or fuch a particular Action. This Power, which the Mind has thus to order the Confideration of any Idea, or the forbearing to confider it, or...the Motion of any Part of the Body to its Reft, and via •verfa, in any particular Inftance, is that which we call the Ifill. The actual Exercife of that...
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The Arminian Magazine: Consisting of Extracts and Original Treatises on ...

John Wesley - Methodism
...doing fuch or fuch a particular aftion. This fewer which the mind has, thus to order the confideration of any idea, or the forbearing to confider it; or to prefer th« motion of any part of the body to its reft, and vice v.'r/a in any particular in/lance, is that...
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Essays on the Active Powers of Man: By Thomas Reid, ...

Thomas Reid - 1788 - 493 pages
...has thus to order the confidera" tion of any idea, or the forbearing to confider it, or to pre" fer the motion of any part of the body to its reft, and vice ver" fa, in any particular inftance, is that which we call the will. " The actual exercife of that...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1796
...doing fuch or fuch a particular action. This power which the mind has thus to order the conlideration of any idea, or the forbearing to confider it ; or...motion of any part of the body to its reft, and vice vcrfa, in any particular inftancc: is that which we call the will. The actual exercifc of that power,...
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The Economy of Nature Explained and Illustrated on the Principles ..., Volume 3

George Gregory - Philosophy - 1796 - 46 pages
...doing fuch or Inch a particular adlion. This power which the mind has thus to order the confideration of any idea, or the forbearing to confider it, or...the motion of any part of the body to its reft, and vict •vtr/a, in any particular inilance, is what we call tha will."— Locke's Eflay, B. ii. c. 21....
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 1

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1796 - 459 pages
...power which the mind has thus to order the confideration of any idea, or the forbearing to conlider it; or to prefer the motion of any part of the body to its reft, and vice yerfa, in any particular inftance: is that which we call the will. The actual exercife of that power,...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 31

1797
...power which the mind ha» thus to order the confidcratjon of any Idea, or the fu: bearing to conn- i- r it, or to prefer the' motion of any part of the body to its reit, and n'ut verja, in.aoy particular inltance, il what we call the will." — Locke's EffSy, B....
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The Economy of Nature Explained and Illustrated: On the Principles of Modern ...

George Gregory - 1798
...power which the mind has thus to order the confi deration of any idea, or the forbearing to confiderit, or to prefer the motion of any part of the body to its reft, and "vice <vcrfa, in any particular inftance, is what we call the will." — Locke's Eflay, B. ii. c. zi. f If...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: With Thoughts on the Conduct of ...

John Locke - 1801 - 308 pages
...particular action. This power which the mind Chap. 2r. Of Pc-wei: 219 has thus to order the cohfiderition of any idea, or the forbearing to confider it, or to prefer the motion of any part of the boJy to its reft, and vice verfa in any particular inilance, is that which we call the will ; tta actual...
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